Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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September 17, 2012

Hospital officials answer questions

GLASGOW — A panel of T.J. Samson Community Hospital officers, board members and doctors had their turn of answering questions about the hospital by citizens of the community Monday night at a town hall meeting.

Dennis Chaney, the public health director for Barren River District Health Department, acted as moderator for the event conducted in the auditorium at Barren County High School. He asked questions written in advance by audience members about various aspects of the hospital.

The questions ranged from ones of general interest, such as who actually owns the hospital, to individual queries about why certain insurance plans aren’t accepted by T.J. Samson.

The panel consisted of Bill Kindred, TJSCH chief executive officer; Tony Sudduth, TJSCH chief operating officer and chief financial officer; Henry Royse, TJSCH chairman of the board; Laura Belcher, TJSCH chief of planning and business development; Dr. Brent Wright, residency director of University of Louisville/ Glasgow Family Medicine; and Brian Brezosky, senior vice president and general counsel for the Kentucky Hospital Association.

For the full story, read the Sept. 18 print or e-Edition of the Glasgow Daily Times.

 

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