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The trouble-plagued Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital will lose federal funds effective Nov. 6 if it fails another inspection by the U.S. Centers of Medicare and Medicaid.

Feds: Rawson-Neal will lose funding if it fails inspection

August 28th, 2013

The trouble-plagued Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital will lose federal funds effective Nov. 6 if it fails another inspection by the U.S. Centers of Medicare and Medicaid.

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