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Board receives information on transition

By Mark Dykes
Tuesday evening, the Hot
Springs County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees heard from
Board Attorney Ron Jurovich,
who presented on the potential
transition of governance.
Should the initiative to create
a hospital district pass in the upcoming election, Jurovich noted
there are still a number of proceedings that could happen namely
the dissolution and termination of
the County Memorial Hospital.
He stressed the hospital board
may or may not vote to dissolve
the hospital.
Should the vote be for dissolution, there must be a plan by the
board, which would include payment of all bonds and other indebtedness against the hospital, and
disposition of assets; this disposition can be done to a non-profit,
governmental hospital or heathcare facility that provides services to the residents of the county,
but must be done upon conditions
agreed to by the receiving entity.
Another option is for assets to
be retained by the county, to be
used solely for healthcare purposes by the county.
The plan itself must be approved by the County Commissioners, and if so approved the
board has authority to take all
action necessary to put the plan
into effect and dissolve and terminate the hospital.
With regard to the district,
which would take over governance, it is a body corporate
named by the County Commissioners. The district has power

photo by Mark Dykes

Pumped up pumpkin

Three-year-old Kathrine Waid stands next to a monster pumpkin at the Hot Springs
County Library. Patrons are invited to guess the weight of the pumpkin, grown by
the Red Dirt Master Gardeners. Prizes for boy, girl and adult divisions will be awarded later this month for closest guesses.

to hold property, be party to con- cal outcomes. The letter further


tracts, sue and be sued, acquire acknowledges the mass media
real and personal property for hos- coverage of the inability to treat
pital purchases and convey, lease what were once routine infections.
or otherwise dispose of property This crisis, the letter states, is an
outcome of the actions of healthof the hospital.
Trustees make the rules and care providers, and cites several
regulations necessary for the hos- mechanisms, including: sub-optipital and file them with the county mal or inappropriate use of indiclerk. The district also establishes vidual antibiotics, antibiotic use
sinking funds those set aside when none is actually indicated,
for future payments on long-term or continued when they are no
debt for hospital purposes, and longer necessary, antibiotics preissues bonds for the purchase scribed at the wrong dose and
of property an improvement of powerful broad-spectrum antibiotics (frequently very expensive)
equipment for hospital use.
Jurovich noted that the tran- used when a targeted narrowsition of governance does not ad- spectrum antibiotic would have
dress items such as Medicare been effective.
Improper use of antibiotics over
numbers of billing, which could
determine the length of time decades has led to many bacteria
such a transition takes. He said becoming resistant to some, if not
if the district initiative passes, all, antibiotics, and infections bethe transition process begins. A coming more and more difficult
result of this transition could be to treat.
Interim CEO Margie Molitor
two boards one for the hospital,
one for the district operating reported she recently visited with
simultaneously until the process Rocky Mountain Oncology, which
completes. Jurovich said it would has services in Lander, and they
be a time-consuming task, but not are interested in establishing an
outreach clinic here. She noted
a daunting one.
In board action, a letter of sup- this is a good thing, as the pracport was approved for the Antibi- tice is already seeing Thermopootic Stewardship Team. According lis patients that travel to Lander
to a letter to the board, the team or Casper, and a clinic could prowas commissioned as a subgroup vide for outpatient chemotheraof the Patient Care Services Com- py locally.
Also during the meeting, Board
mittee, and as an outcome of the
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NONPA
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HOT SPRINGS COUNTY
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their last. HOT
Williams
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STATE OF WYOMING

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HOT SPRINGS COUNTY CONSERVATION


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TWO YEAR
11 TERM
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LEE A. CAMPBELL

DEMOCRATIC

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NOVEMBER 8, 2016

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Hot Springs
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FOR A REGULAR
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November
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County
Hot Springs County Clerk
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