A safety-net hospital in financial crisis

The New York Times, January 11, 2008
Once admired for its skill in treating a population afflicted by both social and physical ills, Grady, a teaching hospital, now faces the prospect of losing its accreditation. Only short-term financial transfusions have kept it from closing its doors, as Martin Luther King Jr.-Harbor Hospital in Los Angeles County did last year. That scenario would flood the region's other hospitals with uninsured patients and eliminate the training ground for one of every four Georgia doctors.

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