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Rural Georgia hospitals see few benefits, so far, from tax credits

The tax credits that the state gives out to businesses that donate to rural hospitals have been a big help to Evans Memorial Hospital in Claxton.

The money the hospital has received helped buy new equipment, which in turn has provided a new revenue stream for the nearly 50-year-old facility.

But Evans Memorial Hospital has been the exception to the rule for rural hospitals, many of which struggle daily to stay open.

To read more about the rural hospital tax credit program designed to pump $180 million into small-town facilities like Evans Memorial, check out our story at myajc.com.

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