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August 4, 2014 6:23 PM

Blue Springs and south KC eye hospital deal

Blue Springs Mayor Carson Ross said he hopes the sale of St. Mary’s Medical Center will bring stability to a hospital that has lost some doctor groups while an earlier deal was pending. Kansas City Councilman John Sharp hopes the transition to a for-profit hospital won’t compromise charitable care.

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