How slater hospitals helped save lives at Slaton Hospital
Slaton Medical Center is one of several hospitals across the country that received $3.3 million in federal grants to improve care at their hospitals.
But one of the hospitals, Slaton University Hospital, has had its share of problems in recent years.
Slaton has been accused of hiding serious medical issues from patients and nursing staff in order to protect the hospital’s reputation.
The hospital has received multiple citations and investigations since the beginning of 2017.
Now, Slato University Hospital has filed for bankruptcy.
Here are 10 facts about Slaton’s history: Slaton was established in 1859 in the town of Westmoreland.
It was later renamed the University of Georgia, after its founder, William E. Georgia.
Slato’s founding president, John A. Sullivan, also was a physician and the father of Slaton President, Edward Sullivan.
In 1873, Sullivan was appointed to the presidency of Georgia’s University of North Carolina.
Sullivan was a surgeon-general in Georgia.
In 1901, Sullivan became president of Georgia Southern University.
In the mid-1930s, Sullivan founded Slaton Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, a health-care center for people with mental illness and chronic illnesses, including alcoholism.
Sullivan’s wife, Alice Sullivan, was the first African-American woman to serve as president of the hospital.
Sullivan died in the fall of 1933.
In 1934, Slatons founding president died, leaving Sullivan as the sole surviving leader.
In 1952, the university transferred its hospital to Georgia Southern College, which closed in 1965.
In 1968, the state of Georgia declared Slaton a hospital and renamed the hospital Slatonia, after the Slaton community.
In 1971, Georgia Southern Medical Center merged with Slaton.
After the merger, Slattons hospital was renamed to Slaton Regional Medical Center.
In 1978, Slatin hospital received a $7.4 million federal grant to provide “a quality of life improvement program and an emergency medical service at Slaton Hospital.”
The hospital was closed for three years to fix equipment and replace staff.
In 1985, the federal government awarded Slaton hospital another $6 million for an emergency-room improvement program.
In 1987, the hospital received another $8.8 million for a new medical-surgical unit.
In 1994, Slatoon received another state $4.8-million grant to improve the emergency-transportation system.
In 1998, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services awarded $10 million in grants to Slatin.
The funds will help improve safety for patients, staff and visitors.
In 2003, Slater was named the nation’s top emergency-services hospital, in part because of its quality-of-life improvement programs.
A 2009 study by the American Hospital Association ranked Slaton No. 2 in the nation for health-transport efficiency.
In 2010, Slatalos health-system had $18.6 million in operating revenue, according to the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found that the state’s emergency-department system has a patient-to-patient ratio of 1.9 patients per 100,000 residents, which is less than the national average of 2.3.
Slatin’s hospital also had an average of 1,000 hospitalizations per day, according the CDC.
In 2014, the Department of Veterans Affairs awarded Slatonic a $3 million grant to upgrade its emergency-medical services.
The department said that $2.2 million would be used to upgrade equipment and hire staff to better coordinate emergency care and patient care.
Slatont was also the first state in the country to award its hospitals a $2 million incentive package for providing “improved emergency-emergency services and health services.”
The Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded Slatin a $1 million loan to help pay for the $3-million upgrade.
Slaten also received a second $1.5-million award in 2015 to improve its emergency department.
In 2017, the University Medical Center of Georgia was awarded a $6.6-million Federal Emergency Management Agency grant to help upgrade its services.
According to the department, the funds will go toward training and purchasing new equipment.
Slatoon has also received another federal award for improving its emergency rooms, which includes $3,000 for an electronic medical record system, and $2,500 to hire more nurses.
The grant will help expand emergency department staffing, according Slatonal.
The university also received $1,000 to help train more nurses and to improve staffing levels.
The U.T. will spend $2 billion over 10 years to upgrade emergency-health facilities, according U.B.A. President Mark Jones.
Jones said the university is working with a $300,000 grant to purchase new equipment and technology, and to build new training programs to better integrate medical-tech training.
Slater also received federal assistance for the construction