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Mecosta County Medical Center Receives County Approval for Spectrum Merger

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Mecosta County Medical Center in Big Rapids, Mich., has received approval from Mecosta County commissioners to merge with Spectrum Health System, based in Grand Rapids, Mich., according to a Big Rapids News report.

Under the agreement, Spectrum will pay the county $8.46 million to operate the facility, and the medical center will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Spectrum, according to the report.

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