President Donald Trump is expected to sign a bill on Thursday that will allow the Maranana Health Center to expand its network of emergency care services to include more than 10,000 people.

Trump has promised to expand access to health care in the U.S. He also has said that the expansion will help to reduce costs.

Here are some things we know: 1.

The Marana health center is going to get the federal help.

Marana has received federal financial aid to cover its costs for three years, according to a White House official.

That’s the same as a major hospital would receive.

Maranatha’s expansion will be part of the Trump administration’s efforts to provide additional health care options for Americans who live far away from a doctor.

The White House has said the expanded health care will help keep costs down and help to attract and retain doctors, dentists, nurses and other health care professionals.


The expansion will bring a big boost to the Maranas health care.

The health center already has 1,700 employees, including 500 nurses and an additional 500 medical staff.

The federal aid is the biggest boost to Marana’s total workforce in a decade, and that is expected in coming weeks.

Maranas staff members are expected to receive a total of $12 million in the next year, the official said.


The new Marana facility will have a capacity of 5,000 patients.

That means that it will be able to accommodate up to 10,900 patients in total.


The expanded services will help Marana to attract more doctors and dentists to the U, and to make it easier for people to get health insurance.


The expansions will also help the health center to provide more preventive care to the residents of the area.

This includes treating cancer, heart disease and diabetes, among other ailments.


The increased capacity at Maranas new facility will help the Marananas health center’s staff to improve its access to the rest of the country.

This will include expanding access to care for people with mental health conditions, substance abuse problems, and other issues.


The additional health coverage will help pay for a lot of other things as well.

The Trump administration has already committed $200 million to Maranas expansion, including $150 million to pay for its new outpatient clinic, which will be open by September, and another $40 million to provide free medication to those with chronic illnesses.

The $100 million in additional health funding will help make Marana the biggest provider of emergency services to the nation.


Maranos expansion will allow Marana employees to stay onsite and work on projects in Marana.

The president has said he wants to expand Maranas scope of care.

Maramana has also pledged to continue its work on expanding its mental health and substance abuse treatment programs.


The administration also has promised Marana more help with its emergency response and response capacity.

In the past, Marana staff members have been at risk due to staffing shortages, according the official.


Marania will also provide health care to Marananas residents at no cost to them.

The U. S. Health and Human Services (HHS) has said it is willing to work with Marana on the expansion of Maranas emergency care network to ensure that Maranas residents get access to essential care.