JAMESTOWN, Tenn. (WVLT) — The Jamestown Regional Medical Center announced plans to cut about 20 jobs.

According to a release from Rennova Health, the hospital’s parent company, the hospital has always tried to have more staff on hand than was necessary, and the hospital “has sustained a significant decline in recipient of payments over recent months, caused in part by mistakes made at the facility during a transition to a new billing company in December 2018.”

The release said those mistakes have been corrected and the company expects to receive what it’s owed, there are other problems that the hospital is facing. Recently the Centers of Medicaid and Medicare Services announced that Jamestown Regional Medical would no longer receive Medicaid and Medicare reimbursements.

The hospital

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