The Lawrence Memorial hospital in Orlando, Florida, was once the state’s most expensive hospital, but its finances have since taken a hit, according to an Axios investigation.

The hospital has lost about $9 million since the end of the Great Recession, and has not been profitable since 2011.

The Lawrence Health Center is a hospital that was once one of the state, and once the only state, hospital in the country.

The cost of care has increased dramatically since then, and it now costs more to provide medical care than the state average.

The reason?

The hospital is now operating under a state-funded waiver to close a loophole that allows it to take advantage of a state contract to continue operating.

This has led to an increase in costs, as patients have been able to see their families more frequently, and a decline in their quality of care, according a report from Axios.

While it’s still not clear what caused the loss of money, Axios reports that the hospital’s current operating budget was $6.3 million in 2016, according the Florida Department of Health, down from $9.4 million the year before.

The report found that the increase in hospital costs is the result of a number of factors.

The most important factor is a state program that allows the hospital to stay open past the end, according Axios: “The state is also responsible for reimbursing hospitals for any new costs incurred in operating as the state is responsible for reimbursement of hospitals for those services that were provided as part of the program,” according to the report.

“But hospitals can also use this waiver to operate without state support.

According to Axios, the state also received a $1.9 million increase in federal funding in 2018, which is what the hospital needed to pay its bills. “

As a result of the decrease in use of state funds for hospital care, state and local governments have been forced to divert funds away from other needs, including for services like cancer care,” the report stated.

According to Axios, the state also received a $1.9 million increase in federal funding in 2018, which is what the hospital needed to pay its bills.

However, this money is not directly allocated to the hospital, so it’s unclear if the increase is tied to the waiver, or the overall health care system.

The state has also received $1 million from the Federal Government to cover its operating costs.

However that money is meant to cover the cost of operations, not to pay the hospital bills, according in the report: “A hospital that is a public entity and cannot operate on its own is ineligible for federal health care funding, meaning that states can’t fund hospital care as part in the federal Medicaid program.”

It is not clear if the state will be able to continue to operate, or if the waiver will be repealed.

The state has not released its financial position, and officials did not respond to a request for comment from Axs.