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Oregon’s Most Profitable Hospital Has No Charity Care, Favors Private Insurers

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McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center in Springfield is embroiled in a nurse staffing dispute, with critics claiming it makes profits through understaffing.

Oregon’s most profitable hospital, McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center, sits in an unlikely spot in the center of blue-collar Springfield, hemmed in by old strip malls and modest residential neighborhoods.

Potential Hospital Sale to For-Profit Company Sparks Worries

Residents fear the sale of a longtime community hospital, considered an "essential" resource, to a for-profit health care system could curtail the broad sweep of care.

Mission Health, the largest hospital system in western North Carolina, provided $100 million in free charity care last year. This year, it has partnered with 17 civic organizations to deliver substance abuse care to low-income people.

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