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Hospital awaiting $30 million emergency state loan

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Posted: Tuesday, February 21, 2006 10:00 pm

As the federal government prepares to reimburse 22 California public hospitals roughly $400 million it owes to treat the poor, San Joaquin County supervisors reiterated Tuesday that the county general hospital still needs a $30 million emergency loan from the state to keep the hospital's doors open.

"We want to keep the pressure on them until we have the check in our hands," Assistant Health Care Services Director Margaret Szczepaniak said.

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