Although Paul Cardwell has agreed to pay $3.5 million to Powell Valley Healthcare’s management company for embezzling from the organization, company representatives doubt Cardwell will be able to make good on the agreement.
It’s not a good sign when an organization’s chief financial officer must preface her monthly financial report with statements such as, “There are many obvious problems with this report. ... Note that the balance sheet is out of balance.
The award of a state grant to help establish a community health center in Powell is good news, especially for people who have limited or no access to health care due to low incomes or lack of insurance.