- Ada, Oklahoma

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November 19, 2012

Valley View to review partner proposals

Ada — Valley View Regional Hospital officials have heard formal proposals from three healthcare entities and now faces the tough decision on which one of them it will partner with in the future.

American health care is changing fast and the pace of change is going to accelerate.

That was the message delivered to physicians, managers and the board of directors at Valley View last week by the three largest non-profit health organizations in Oklahoma.

The Valley View groups listened to presentations from Mercy Health, SSM Health and Integris Health.

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