OCC passes hospital resolution

March 5, 2014

In the least, Oconee Medical Center has the moral support of county government as the hospital goes about a potential partnership with the Greenville Health Systems. Oconee County Council passed a resolution to support the OMC board, management and staff and the hospital’s “ongoing exploration of ways to ensure its future ability to fulfill its mission.” Announcing that the resolution came about at his request, Council Chairman Joel Thrift at last night’s meeting sought to dispel any lingering notion that a legal relationship between county government and the private not-for-profit health care facility continues to exist. That was dissolved in 2004, Thrift said.

 

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