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ARDMORE, OK -- A Texoma healthcare provider says it's about to layoff some workers.
Mercy Memorial Hospital in Ardmore says their company is about to downsize their workforce by 200 to 300 positions.

In a statement released on Monday the hospital says: "We are in the process of further reorganizing our support services across all mercy communities and anticipate reductions in that workforce ranging from 200 to 300 positions later this month. Departments affected are in support functions.  Direct patient care areas are not affected. Mercy is committed to maintaining the highest levels of quality, safety and service as we undertake these changes." 

There's no word on how many jobs may be cut in Ardmore.  Mercy says they have 40,000 employees across seven states.