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Hardin Memorial Hospital’s problems with bad debt continue and could derail its budget by fiscal year’s end.
Officials revealed Tuesday the hospital is running a roughly $2.2 million budget deficit, which falls well below expectations and predictions it would be running a $713,000 surplus by the end of February. The hospital racked up around $162 million in costs during the first eight months of the fiscal year and less than $160 million in revenue.
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