Charles Hayes of Sulphur Springs, another long time player, was a first time winner in Week 7 of the News-Telegram’s Pigskin Pick ’Em contest.
Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Chief Executive Officer Michael McAndrew, members of the medical staff and hospital attorneys were scheduled to meet with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services [CMS] personnel in the Dallas Regional Office Tuesday afternoon in an attempt to resolve a number of identified deficiencies in hospital operations and to try to stop termination from Medicare/Medicaid programs on Nov. 6.
Explosive enthusiasm surged through the Hopkins County United Way meeting Tuesday morning as record setting numbers kept coming in from Hopkins County’s largest businesses. With the HCUW annual goal of $160,000 in sight, this meeting was a turning point for the campaign.
This past Friday, the Department of Health and Human Services, the federal agency that oversees the Medicare and Medicaid programs, published a public notice regarding its relationship with Hopkins County Memorial Hospital, a “Public Notice of Medicare/Medicaid Termination of Provider Agreement.”