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LCH FINANCES LOOKING GOOD

It was a good year financially for Lake Chelan Health. That's the word from CEO Aaron Edwards and Hospital Commission Chair Jordana LaPorte. LaPorte says what made it a good year was money that was essentially owed the hospital in past years finally being paid:



Edwards says that the hospital has brought in more money and reduced its debt:



LaPorte says a major part of the hospital's finances are levies that fill in the funding gaps:



Edwards says there are elements of the new hospital that are already pretty full, and they're making plans for a specialty care clinic across the street.

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