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September 14, 1989 | From Associated Press
Evangelist Oral Roberts announced Wednesday that he will close his City of Faith hospital and medical school and sell his home to help make up for a $25-million deficit caused by a drop in donations. Four other ministry-owned homes, including his evangelist son Richard's house, and an 830-unit housing complex for married students at Oral Roberts University here, also will be sold, Roberts said at a campus news conference. He said the 777-bed hospital would close by Jan.
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March 11, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
The Sultan of Brunei, one of the world's richest men, left Oklahoma City after a five-day hospital stay for undisclosed medical reasons, a spokeswoman at University Hospital said. Local media reports had said that Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, who arrived Monday, was there for heart treatment for himself or for his son. Hospital officials declined to comment on the reason for the sultan's visit but said they may hold a news conference.
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March 11, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
The Sultan of Brunei, one of the world's richest men, left Oklahoma City after a five-day hospital stay for undisclosed medical reasons, a spokeswoman at University Hospital said. Local media reports had said that Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, who arrived Monday, was there for heart treatment for himself or for his son. Hospital officials declined to comment on the reason for the sultan's visit but said they may hold a news conference.
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September 16, 1989 | From Associated Press
Evangelist Oral Roberts, the faith healer who built a religious empire on the credo "Expect a miracle," says he can't wait for divine intervention to save his ministry's hospital and medical school. Faced with $25 million in debts, mainly because of a decline in donations, Roberts said this week that he will close the hospital by the end of the year and the medical school next year.
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September 16, 1989 | From Associated Press
Evangelist Oral Roberts, the faith healer who built a religious empire on the credo "Expect a miracle," says he can't wait for divine intervention to save his ministry's hospital and medical school. Faced with $25 million in debts, mainly because of a decline in donations, Roberts said this week that he will close the hospital by the end of the year and the medical school next year.
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April 28, 1994 | LESLIE HELM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dr. Jim Troxell unwinds the bandage from his patient's foot to reveal gangrene, which has eaten away much of the heel. A consulting orthopedist takes a close look, and after a few questions endorses Troxell's treatment. It's the kind of consultation that takes place in medicine all the time. But in this case, Troxell and his patient are in Kwajalein, an atoll in the South Pacific. The orthopedist is 2,200 miles away at Honolulu's Tripler Army Medical Center.
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September 14, 1989 | From Associated Press
Evangelist Oral Roberts announced Wednesday that he will close his City of Faith hospital and medical school and sell his home to help make up for a $25-million deficit caused by a drop in donations. Four other ministry-owned homes, including his evangelist son Richard's house, and an 830-unit housing complex for married students at Oral Roberts University here, also will be sold, Roberts said at a campus news conference. He said the 777-bed hospital would close by Jan.
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