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Thermopolis hospital approved for USDA loan


November 20, 2018

CASPER (WNE) — Two Wyoming hospitals will receive major renovations thanks to a combined $25.5 million loan paid by the United States Department of Agriculture as part the department’s current goal of improving rural health care. 

Hot Springs County Hospital District in Thermopolis and Westward Heights Care Center in Lander were both announced Thursday as recipients for loans paid by the USDA. 

Hot Springs Memorial Hospital will receive a loan totaling $21,346,000 from the department for major renovations, which are expected to cost an estimated $26.9 million. 

Westward Heights will...

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