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Section 339.10 | Authority for board to form or acquire corporation, LLC, or participate in nonprofit enterprise or venture.

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(A) The board of county hospital trustees of a county hospital may do either of the following:

(1) Form, or acquire control of, a domestic nonprofit corporation or a domestic nonprofit limited liability company;

(2) Be a partner, member, owner, associate, or participant in a nonprofit enterprise or nonprofit venture.

(B) A board of county hospital trustees of a county hospital forming, acquiring, or becoming involved with a nonprofit corporation, limited liability company, enterprise, or venture under division (A) of this section shall do so in furtherance of any of the following:

(1) To support the county hospital's mission;

(2) To provide for any or all health care or medical services, whether inpatient or outpatient services, diagnostic, treatment, care, or rehabilitation services, wellness services, services involving the prevention, detection, and control of disease, home health services or services provided at or through various facilities, education, training, and other necessary and related services for the health professions;

(3) The management or operation of any hospital facility as defined in division (E) of section 140.01 of the Revised Code;

(4) The management, operation, or participation in programs, projects, activities, and services useful to, connected with, supporting, or otherwise related to the health, wellness, and medical services and wellness programs provided in divisions (B)(2) and (3) of this section;

(5) Any other activities that are in furtherance of the county hospital or the persons served by the county hospital or are necessary to perform the county hospital's mission and functions and respond to change in the health care industry as determined by the board of trustees.

Last updated June 25, 2021 at 4:23 PM

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