Input sought on proposed $2 million equipment purchase for hospital

The Taylor County Commission will hold a public hearing next month to consider utilizing $2 million in excess sales tax revenue to purchase equipment for Doctors’ Memorial Hospital (DMH).

The commission agreed Tuesday to hold the hearing after discussing a pared down list of capital equipment needs at the hospital presented by DMH CEO Gerri Forbes.

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