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Commission receives update on hospital building

(KNZA)--The Horton City Commission received an update at a recent meeting on the status of the former hospital building.

Amberwell Health CEO Jerry Perry said they are offering options on three of the five properties that they own in Horton to be able to potentially donate it to any business that would provide to the community.

Perry said they have been seeking out some options, which have asked to remain confidential. However, as of the meeting none of them have panned out.

He said they are would consider donating the land or partnering with someone to help evolve a business.

Perry said there is likelihood that they will plan for demolition of the hospital in early 2023. He plans to come to the commission before the demo to see if they have any ideas with the building as far as “ in memory” proposals.

Perry also said that there would be an increase in physician hours at the Horton Clinic in 2023.

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