Gibson General is among the Indiana hospitals preparing to make changes if it loses its critical access funding from the federal government.
"The hospital closure is a scary option for any community because it's one of the economic engines for a community to bring in new enterprises, to bring in new businesses, to bring in new schools, to bring in a whole lot of different things," Schuster said.
Right now, Gibson General employs about 350 people.
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