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The hospital plans to open a job-training program at a new $12 million low- and moderate-income housing complex rising on the South Side less than a mile from the hospital. The 58-unit Residences at Career Gateway, at 755 E. Whittier St., west of Heyl Avenue, will provide workforce training and other services to help residents gain and keep jobs. It is being built on the site of the former Heyl Elementary School. Some of the programs will help to train future workers at the hospital, including those in environmental services and nutrition services, as well as patient-care assistance and information technology, said Elisabeth Baldock, the hospitals chief human-resources officer. Baldock was one of several city, neighborhood and business leaders on hand at the launch of the project Friday. Construction of the 14 town homes and 44 apartments started a couple of months ago and should be finished next summer. The NRP Group, a Cleveland for-profit developer, and Community Development for All People partnered on the project, which was primarily financed with $1 million in tax credits annually for 10 years, plus a $1.5 million loan from the Affordable Housing Trust for Columbus and Franklin County. The city invested $250,000 in the project, and JPMorgan Chase & Co. provided a $75,000 grant.
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William Anderson and his wife, Jessica Anderson, said they’re struggling with the medical costs, they said, should be paid by the city. “I just faxed 20 pages of medical bills to them yesterday because they hadn’t been paid, William Anderson told WESH 2 News. State law requires any employer who employs a full-time law enforcement officer, who is catastrophically injured, to pay the entire premium for the injured employee. The Andersons claim thousands of dollars in medical bills are now in collections agencies because the city hasn’t paid. “We have received no response from the city. We asked, I believe, several months ago, Jessica Anderson said. But the city of Orlando claims the Andersons’ lawyer didnt turn in the required documentation until last Thursday. http://medicalinterview.pvmarlin.com/2016/09/20/some-simple-tips-on-vital-elements-in-interview/The city went on to say that William Anderson is receiving all workers compensation benefits entitled by law, including payment of all medical bills. The Andersons denied those claims during an interview on Wednesday. “We want our insurance premiums paid, William Anderson insisted.
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