Thomasville Regional fighting for COVID-19 relief funds

In the meantime, new hospital is struggling to stay open

Mayor Sheldon Day at Thomasville Regional Medical Center on Monday, June 6, 2022, in Thomasville, Ala. (Mike Kittrell) There is consensus that Thomasville Regional Medical Center is as deserving of COVID-19 relief money from the federal government as any other hospital. But the 29-bed rural hospital in Alabama’s Black Belt has been fighting for more…

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