Florida hospital’s ER may be staying
St. Petersburg Times, January 7, 2008
Community Hospital in New Port Richey, FL, may decide to leave something behind when it leaves its current campus for a new one in Trinity: An emergency room. With the statewide moratorium on freestanding emergency rooms having ended, Community Hospital is trying to decide whether keeping an ER in the city would make financial sense.
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