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Adventist Health buys three rural clinics from failing hospital
Sacramento Business Journal

Roseville-based Adventist Health has agreed to acquire three rural health clinics from Colusa Regional Medical Center as that hospital prepares to close.

The move preserves some health care options for Colusa-area residents, who are facing the demise of that city’s only hospital and emergency medical center. The rural health clinics provide non-emergency primary care in Arbuckle, Williams and Colusa, where the clinic is located at the 48-bed medical center.

Colusa Regional Medical Center is not financially sound and is poised to close on Friday. The hospital was struggling under $9 million of debt, according to the Marysville Appeal-Democrat. It could reopen in the future under a restructuring plan.