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Nathan Blad, interim administrator and CFO, left, and Sara Maher, director of the Renville County Hospital Foundation, stand in one of the Renville County Hospital hallways tha patients must navigate using blue lines and signs to make their way from the medical clinic to laboratory and other services. “I’d like to see our building go from a maze to amazing,’’ said Maher of the proposed building project. Tribune photo by Tom Cherveny

Renville County Hospital reaching out for support

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OLIVIA — Putting the brakes on plans to build a new Renville County Hospital and Clinic facility does not change the need to address the challenges posed by an aged and outdated complex.

If a new facility is not built, the hospital will be spending millions of dollars in upcoming years on essential upgrades to its infrastructure.

“Yes, without a doubt,’’ said Nathan Blad, interim administrator and chief financial officer for the Renville County Hospital and Clinics.

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Tom Cherveny
Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoor reporter with the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN.
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