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Staff Photo by Thomas J. TurneyChairman and CEO of Lifepoint Hospitals Bill Carpenter speaks at The Pines to Rotary members , Monday, April 29, 2013.
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Staff Photo by Thomas J. TurneyChairman and CEO of Lifepoint Hospitals Bill Carpenter speaks at The Pines to Rotary members , Monday, April 29, 2013.

EC Rotary hears hospital pitch

By JON HAWLEY

Staff Writer

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The Elizabeth City Rotary Club lobbed questions at Duke LifePoint officials Monday, seeking to determine why they should be entrusted with Albemarle Hospital.

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They didn't ask the hard question

They didn't ask him the hard question. Why does Lifepoint want the following - "Would agree to not sell the assets or operations of Albemarle Health for a period of at least 10 years"? You can read this on Page 2 of the summaries of the proposals found at ahfuture(dot)org. At least he was somewhat honest in admitting that it is for the most part Lifepoint using Duke’s “world-class” brand for recongition. It will not be Duke Health running the hospital.

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