Cleburne hospital board increases time off for long-term employees
HEFLIN — The Cleburne County Hospital Board approved a number of allocations for Cleburne County Emergency Medical Service Tuesday, including an increase in time off for long-term employees.
The board’s auditor, Bart McCurley of Self, Maples and Copeland P.C., told the board that although EMS was in the red for about $124,000 last year, that loss was $95,000 less than the year before. The board, which oversees the Cleburne County Nursing Home and EMS, thanked Director Tracy Lambert for his efforts to cut costs; board members said they offered the increase in time off as a thank you to... read more
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