Shuttered Missouri hospital to be replaced with $25M facility

Twin Rivers Regional Medical Center in Kennett, Mo., will be demolished and replaced with a new 49-bed hospital, according to Missourinet

Main Street HealthVentures, a Billionaires Funding Group affiliate, announced plans in May to renovate the shuttered facility. It has now decided to tear down the hospital and build a $25 million replacement, which will make it easier to meet safety code requirements, officials told Missourinet. 

Franklin, Tenn.-based Community Health System closed Twin Rivers Regional Medical Center, a 116-bed hospital, in June 2018. The hospital opened in 1951, according to KAIT

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