Tulare Regional Medical Center is suspending patient care amid a dispute with Healthcare Conglomerate Associates, but hopes to strike a deal with another company to operate the 112-bed hospital, clinics and other outpatient facilities.
Tulare Regional Medical Center is suspending patient care amid a dispute with Healthcare Conglomerate Associates, but hopes to strike a deal with another company to operate the 112-bed hospital, clinics and other outpatient facilities. FRESNO BEE FILE PHOTO
Tulare Regional Medical Center is suspending patient care amid a dispute with Healthcare Conglomerate Associates, but hopes to strike a deal with another company to operate the 112-bed hospital, clinics and other outpatient facilities. FRESNO BEE FILE PHOTO

Hospital will stop seeing patients amid dispute, forcing them to travel for care

October 26, 2017 07:18 PM

UPDATED October 28, 2017 11:01 AM

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