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Good Samaritan donating assisted living facility to hospital [UPDATED]

Published 9:43am Friday, December 21, 2012 Updated 11:45am Friday, December 21, 2012

Good Sam is offering to donate its 30-unit assisted living facility to the Pelican Valley Hospital District, according to The Press in Pelican Rapids.

The facility, valued at $2.32 million by the Otter Tail County Assessor’s office, was recently transitioned from a skilled care facility to assisted living over the past year.

Good Samaritan would also assume the existing debt.

A sub-committee of the Pelican Valley Hospital board has been formed to research the feasibility of the transfer and was to make a recommendation to the full hospital board Dec. 17.

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