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Jordan Hospital faces medical bills

$57.5m expansion followed by drop-off in admissions forces CEO to cut to bone

In 2006, Jordan Hospital held the opening of a $40 million pavilion, part of a $57.5 million building project. In 2006, Jordan Hospital held the opening of a $40 million pavilion, part of a $57.5 million building project. (Tom Herde/Globe Staff)
By Jeffrey Krasner
Globe Staff / September 23, 2008

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PLYMOUTH - Nov. 6, 2006 was a day of celebration at Jordan Hospital as executives, local officials, and politicians attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new $40 million pavilion, part of a $57.5 million renovation project. (Full article: 1176 words)

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