LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KATV) — If congress doesn’t agree upon a new federal budget, we could see 120 health care facilities in the natural state close their doors.
Executive Director of Mid Delta Health Systems Al Sliger, couldn’t imagine doing anything else for a living.
“When you get involved in it, and when you’re doing it, very few people leave,” Sliger said.
But he and his colleagues say nonprofit health care clinics like his in clarendon, Arkansas are in jeopardy, because right now, there’s no guarantee the thousands of facilities in the u-s, will get federal funding.