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A matter of if and when: Health officials continue to weigh what to do about Hospice House

If facility is to reopen, it’s likely to need a new business model and expect to still take a loss

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Close To Home

The future of Close to Home Hospice House is still not clear, as a task force examines business model options for the facility to reopen.

A timeline or plan for the potential reopening of in-patient service at Close to Home Hospitality House is slow to materialize about nine months after the facility was quietly shut down last year.

But the Close to Home Task Force — consisting of hospital board trustees, administrators and members of the Campbell County Healthcare Foundation — is collaborating to determine what the most sustainable plan for reinstating the services may be, as well as how much financial loss CCH and the Foundation can absorb.

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