Hospitals Face Financial Challenges Due to COVID-19 UR Medicine Thompson Health | Canandaigua, N.Y

Hospitals Face Financial Challenges Due to COVID-19 UR Medicine Thompson Health | Canandaigua, N.Y

UR Medicine Thompson Health, a nonprofit health care system which provides care for 165,000 residents of Upstate New York’s greater Finger Lakes area and is the largest employer in Ontario County, shared how the COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant financial challenges for the organization and why Congress needs to provide additional support to hospitals and health systems. “We are begging for more assistance and more help because we can’t keep moving forward,” says Michael Stapleton Jr., president and CEO of UR Medicine Thompson Health.

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