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Chiefland hospital plans fall through

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By Mark Scohier

The proposed Tri-County Hospital is dead in its tracks.

Plans to build the Chiefland hospital have been limping along for more than seven years, but all that stopped Tuesday when representatives from the company trying to build it, Ameris Health Systems, relinquished a state-issued Certificate of Need.

Frank Schupp, Ameris chief executive officer for the once-proposed Tri-County Hospital, said today that his company, based out of Nashville, just couldn’t attract enough investors to finance the projected $66 million hospital.


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