Integra Specialty Hospital in Muncie closing

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More than 70 workers will lose their jobs at Integra Specialty Hospital in Muncie when it closes in June.

Hospital officials notified the Indiana Department of Workforce Development on Thursday that the 32-bed long-term-care facility will shut down on June 17.

Renaissance Specialty Hospital of Central Indiana Operations Co. LLC, which operates Integra, did not provide a reason for the closing.

The company said it expects that some of the 72 employees will be offered the opportunity to transfer to other long-term-care facilities.

At least 25 of the employees are nurses.



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