D.C. files tax lien against SW facility
D.C. officials have filed tax liens of more than $500,000 against Specialty Hospital of Washington-Hadley, a long-term care facility in Southwest Washington, The Washington Times reports.
The facility is operated by the same company that owns the troubled United Medical Center, the only hospital east of the Anacostia River. The city says that the hospital owes millions in unpaid electrical bills, taxes and payments to employee retirement plans and that it has been losing about $1 million a month.
Specialty Hospital's chairman says the liens are a "pattern of harassment" related to the city's dealings with United, the former Greater Southeast Community Hospital.
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| June 23, 2010; 9:29 AM ET
Categories: DC | Tags: greater southeast community hospital, united medical center
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