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Topic - Envision Hospital Corp.
Creditors of Greater Southeast Community Hospital are accusing its owners of borrowing more money to pay off increasing losses and management expenses, just after D.C. officials praised signs of a turnaround for the primary hospital that serves many of the city's low-income residents.
Executives for the parent company of Greater Southeast Community Hospital yesterday disputed recent accusations that the company overcharged the government for lab services provided to another D.C. hospital.
D.C. Council member David A. Catania wants to subpoena Greater Southeast Community Hospital executives and has raised the possibility of having a court-appointed receiver monitor the facility.