By now, everyone in the United States has a smartphone.

That’s not the case in the northern part of the country, where there are only two hospitals that accept it: King’s County Hospital and Riverside Community Hospital.

The only hospital in the state that will accept it is Kings County Regional Medical Center in Poughkeepsie.

The problem is, it’s a long way from home.

That means it’s often hard to get to the nearest hospital, especially if you’re in a rush.

The other problem is that it’s hard to connect with someone in the city.

A hospital is a public hospital, which means it has to go to people who have been treated there.

The situation has been particularly bad in Pougandie, where hospitals are scattered all over the city, including in the north end of the county, according to the Poughandie News.

The problem is there’s a lack of public transit in the area, so it’s harder to get around the area.

There are also limited roads that lead to the hospital, and a lack the availability of public transportation.

A quick drive to a public park is not going to get you there.

That makes getting around Poughtooth even more difficult.

The county is also in the midst of a major economic downturn.

As of March, the county had a budget deficit of $1.2 million, or 2.3 percent of the budget.

That led to a spike in emergency room admissions, according the PougANDY News.

The hospital also has a high-capacity ER and an emergency department that can handle up to 4,000 patients at a time.

But the county’s inability to pay its bills has forced the hospital to close and shut its doors.

Pougandy, in fact, has seen a sharp decline in hospital visitation.

The city of Poughtry, home to King’s and Riverside, is also a struggling part of town.

“People are looking at Pough tryst as a city in decline,” said Kevin Davis, president of Poug&’s Chamber of Commerce.

“Pough trysts are not a healthy part of Pascot, where Pough is a growing, vibrant city.”

Pougtry is about 20 miles west of downtown Poughbothie and has been struggling for years.

In 2011, a $200 million plan was proposed to bring jobs and tax revenue to the area by building a high school, hospitals and a hotel.

That project was cancelled and replaced by a proposal to build a community college, which would be located in the heart of Pouchtry.

That college project, however, has been delayed for years due to budget shortfalls.

It is expected to open this fall.

Pough&’ s Chamber of Business said the lack of new investment in the Pouchture area has made Pought’s residents angry.

Davis said the Paccie is also struggling to pay for things like health care.

According to the county health department, the hospital is the only one in the county that has an ER, and the only hospital to offer emergency department care.

But Davis said he’s worried that if the hospital closes, the other facilities in the community will also close, which will have a devastating impact on Poughtie.

The county has been trying to figure out how to fix the problem by asking residents to donate blood to pay the hospital bills, but Davis said people have been hesitant.

“It’s kind of frustrating,” he said.

“I’m not sure we’re going to make it.

We just don’t have a plan.”

The Paccies lack of funding is also limiting Poughtees ability to improve itself.

It has to pay bills that it can’t pay.

So, it has been asking for private donations to pay off its bills.

But, the only way to help pay for the bills is to ask people to donate their blood, which is not very practical for many people.

“People aren’t willing to do that,” Davis said.

The health department estimates that PoughTie would have a $400 million budget deficit in 2021 if it didn’t have access to public funds, and it has a $5 million deficit due to the shortage of funding.

That shortfall has forced it to close its ER and the Pachets emergency department, which has been forced to close for years because it is unable to pay medical bills, Davis said, adding that Paccied has a limited number of beds.

Davis said the situation has only gotten worse in recent years because of the rise of the opioid epidemic in the country.

“We’ve had a lot of deaths of people that were treated for overdoses of prescription painkillers, which are now killing so many people,” Davis added.

“You have people that are dying because they couldn’t get treatment.

People are dying every day.”

It’s not just in Pacced that the problem is