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Salem Health seeks $20M

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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

 

Salem Health wants to borrow $20 million in tax-free bonds to finance capital projects.

 

Salem Health’s wish list includes $10 million to build an outpatient rehabilitation center and $2.8 million to build parking facilities on the 8-acre land south of Pringle Park, land the organization purchased in October 2010.

Others include $10.6 million to renovate nursing floors, $4 million to consolidate kitchen facilities and $2.6 million to upgrade the Salem Cancer Institute, all on the main hospital campus.

Read more at The Statesman Journal.

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