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- Arcon presentation to Town Board impressive Contin ued from front page ultimate goal is to bring four major services to the Pahrump Center for Healthcare, aside from their immediate goal of providing 24 hour care by March I: 1 - Primary care clinics where family doctors practice. 2 - Emergency care centers 3 - Ancillary (supplemental) services including x-rays, laboratories, pharmacies, and others. 4 - Outpatient surgery centers. "In short, Arcon will provide affordable, accessible health care" to the people of Pahrump. Arcon has recruited "many of the nation's premier com- panies in healthcare, technology, and business to join Arcon in providing services" to rural America. Connery singled out several, including General Electric, Anderson Consulting, PeopleSoft, and Laboratory Corporation of America. Arcon could serve as a model for the Nye County Com- mission, when meeting as the Nye County Hospital Board of Trustees (NRMC), to discuss as an option. Commissioner Cameron McRae has publicly advocated the private sector take over the troubled Nye Regional Medical Center. Connery specifically founded his company to overcome "the barriers to furnishing more equitable care" in rural America at more affordable costs. Koford stated Arcon is "committed to providing 24 hour care by March." Koford also explained the need to recruit physicians, physicians assistants, and nurse practitioners in order to bring "as much quality care as possible," approxi- mately 85 to 90 percent of all care provided. Koford also said Arcon will develop relationships with Las Vegas area hospi- tals and will be "insurance fi'iendly." In addition to the same insurance St. Rose accepted, Arcon will attempt to establish relationships with more coverage providers. Both Connery and Koford singled out Carma Kreitler and the entire staff for their excellent effort during the St. Rose/ Arcon transition which occurred the weekend of January 20. St. Rose emptied out "everything," including half empty boxes of Kleenex, paper clips, pictures off walls, and drugs. Computers were also taken. Within 48 hours, Kreitler and staff "completely restocked" the facility and Arcon's new computers were on linej "we never missed a beat because of them," said Connery. Town Board Notes Building department discussed q by Doug McMurdo the area, as well as the close proximity to schools. Gazette staff The total cost for the building is approximately $934,000 PAHRUMP - The following discussions and actions with 10 percent for contingency. This sum translates to occurred at the Pahrump Town Board meeting held Tuesday approximately $75 per square foot. evening, February 11 at the Bob Ruud Community Center: Ironically, after an $8,000 study, a local HSA survey * Buildingdepent/inspectorwan-Theinevi- indicates Pahrumpians aren't the least bit interested in this has ampted to take conol of a function solely under the It should  noted town manager Scott Neilson's (rigi' fore the $8,000 feasibility study; was re' i e mark by am few thou- cording to I youth center to stay busy, thediscussion convention hall building. Local active senior citizen Bob Tomato has worked for *  for funding - According to Ben fifteen years for funding of a youth center. For fifteen years DePt , Chairman of the Pahrump Regional Harming his eflbrts have failed. It appeared Tomato would see his Commission, funding is desperately needed to implement dream realized last September when the town dedicated any planning processes. Town Board member Steve Rain- $75,000 and the county $100,000 to the project. However, bolt, who has often voiced his contention the PRPC is the what was intended to be a community project consisting of most important political body in Pahrump, is ready to assist a gym, a crafts room, a cheap snack bar, and possibly a teen with town money. Fellow member Bob Little objects to center, turned into an overly ambitious project similar to the Rainbolt's assertion the town needs to help with funding. Bill Beko Justice Facility in Tonopah "It's not our position to fund anything the county creates," According to HSA, if a youth center was the goal, the said Little. However, many ,atWnapififiilht,tte, Thursday, FebrOary.l,3,,1993 7 Whirlpool Affordable = Used Cars Why do we sell so many Autos Simple LOW 0! ,limklctro- 7g'l.'lAOg ,.oTomro- /1 IVAief . Founder - . Manager. Comer of Basin & I'l, 160 .. Pahrump Canteen Bakery & Party Shop 1061 E. 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