HOEVEN ANNOUNCES MORE THAN $14.7 MILLION RURAL DEVELOPMENT LOAN FOR MEDICAL CENTER IN GRAFTON
WASHINGTON – Senator John Hoeven, a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development has approved a loan of more than $14.7 million to the Unity Medical Center in Grafton. Hoeven wrote a letter of support for Unity Medical Center’s loan application to Rural Development last year. The funds are in addition to $5 million from the Bank of North Dakota and will be used to renovate part of the current facility and assist with an almost 27,000 square foot addition.
“As a Critical Access Hospital, Unity Medical Center provides essential services for individuals in the Grafton area and throughout Walsh County,” said Hoeven. “Today’s investment will help fund a much-needed expansion of the facilities, enabling the Center to continue to meet individuals’ medical needs and provide enhanced services.”
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