Patients From Cheboygan Memorial Hospital’s Long-Term Care Facility Prepare For Move
Around 40 people are looking for a new place to go after the recent announcement Cheboygan Memorial Hospital is closing their long-term care facility in Larson Hall.
This will also impact more than 50 employees.
The changes in care come after the hospital was unable to negotiate a solution for Medicare and Medicaid funding for the service.
The hospital filed for bankruptcy protection earlier this month.
After a court hearing today, a tentative agreement is in place to fund services during the next two weeks.
This is not a done deal, however, and the sale hearing is schedule to continue tomorrow afternoon.
The hospital wants the judge to approve a quick sale to McLaren Health Care System.
9&10's Christina Vecchioni and photojournalist Eric Davis have more as people deal with the upcoming closure of Larson Hall.