Grady Memorial bills other counties for millions
Atlanta's Grady Memorial Hospital officials have sent bills totaling $75 million to Georgia counties for services that were provided to their residents but went unpaid. Some counties have taken the request seriously, but others suspect the move is a publicity stunt or part of a strategy to entice more dollars for Grady from the state government. The hospital sent the bills to about 100 counties. According to Grady, Cobb County owes $10 million, Gwinnett County owes $12.6 million, and Clayton County owes $13 million.
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