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Analysis: Rural Texas hospitals still searching for a remedy

The good news is that no rural hospitals in Texas have closed in the last two years. The bad news? They’re still in crisis mode, and the state government is still struggling to find a remedy.

Dr. William Simpson, a surgeon with Eastland Memorial Hospital, visits with a patient pre-surgery on March 10, 2019.

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