Hundreds of rural hospitals across the U.S. are fighting to keep their doors open. One in five Americans rely on them for health care, but about 450 are at risk of shutting down. Last August, Correspondent Jessica Gomez traveled to Texas to visit Titus Regional Medical Center, one of the many hospitals struggling to stay afloat. Soledad O’Brien checks in with CEO Terry Scoggin to see how the hospital is managing after facing the pandemic for more than a year.  



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