FORT OGLETHORPE, GA. — Hutcheson Medical Center is changing its name — slightly.
The new name will be Erlanger at Hutcheson, according to officials.
In April, Erlanger agreed to manage Hutcheson after the latter defaulted on a $35 million bond and reported several monthly operating losses of $1 million or more, a trend that continues today.
More changes at Hutcheson, including new services, are expected to be announced during a news conference today.
For complete details, see tomorrow’s Times Free Press.
Joan Garrett McClane has been a staff writer for the Times Free Press since August 2007. Before becoming a general assignment writer for the paper, she wrote about business, higher education and the court systems. She grew up the oldest of five sisters near Birmingham, Ala., and graduated with a master's and bachelor's degrees in journalism from the University of Alabama. Before landing her first full-time job as a reporter at the Times Free Press, ...