Kansas: Hospital Lays Off Over a Dozen Employees Due to ObamaCare

'The cuts come from the negative financial impacts of the Affordable Care Act'

Kansas Hospital Lays Off Employees Due to Obamacare (Washington Free Beacon)

The sky-high costs of Obamacare have forced a Kansas hospital to lay off more than a dozen employees.

Newman Regional Health hospital in Emporia, KS, a limited in-patient and outpatient services facility, has laid off fifteen employees- ten full time workers and five part time workers.

In a statement issued by Newman Regional, the hospital blames the lay offs on the “negative financial impacts of the Affordable Care Act.”

The staff cut is expected to save the hospital $1 million every year.

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