Hospital care in Washington County could be at risk again, but for a new reason this time.
Interim town manager Sam Styons told council Monday eve- ning, November 14, that Plymouth might have little choice other than to cut off water and sewer to the hospital.
Apparently, Washington Re- gional Medical Center is some $50,000 in arrears and Styons has not been successful in talking to corporate representatives about the situation.
Natalia Isenberg, the town’s attorney, said she was able to make contact with the Affinity Health Partners Chief Financial Officer (CFO), but they have yet to agree to a payment plan, much less sign a contract binding them to such an agreement.
“We would be within our rights” if we have to take the next step, Isenberg said...