$17 million deficit for UConn Health Center this fiscal year
Despite being bailed out three times by the legislature since 2000, the University of Connecticut Health Center is now running a deficit of nearly $17 million for the current fiscal year. The Health Center is also forecasting deficits of $21 million in the fiscal year that starts July 1 and $30 million in 2010-11 if Gov. M. Jodi Rell's budget proposal is approved, according to UConn officials.
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