Ailing Southwest Atlanta Hospital reopens, but just barely
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, May 27, 2008
For the second time in three years, Soutwest Atlanta Hospital has opened with new owners. After two bankruptcies and several lawsuits, the hospital is again trying to win the faith of a community that has largely abandoned it. Many people in the community say the area needs a hospital, and they want to preserve the facilty's historic role. But years and competition and neglect drove people away from Southwest.
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