Commission refuses Atlanta hospital millions in funding
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 10, 2008
The financially failing Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta has been dealt a body blow, as Fulton County has voted to cut $24 million from the medical center's 2007 funding level. Grady officials say the reduction could cut into patient services and staffing at a medical center already slashed to the bone and in danger of losing its accreditation.
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