Nashville General Hospital asks mayor to preserve services
The Tennessean, April 9, 2009
The management team at Nashville General Hospital made a budget presentation to Mayor Karl Dean, who has said the city has to get its spending at the facility under control. Dean is asking the Metro Hospital Authority and other city departments to plan for 10% budget cuts, But he suggested at the budget hearing that he might be willing to accept a smaller reduction at Nashville General for the sake of preserving direct services, such as oncology and cardiology clinics.
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