Grady Memorial Hospital still waiting for funds
Four months after the Fulton County (GA) Commission held back $26.5 million in funding for Grady Memorial Hospital, Grady officials are still trying to satisfy commissioners' demands for the money. Grady and Fulton officials have been in ongoing discussions regarding the county's demands for information on the care of its indigent poor, some officials said. Grady spokesman Matt Gove said that the hospital has consistently worked to provide the Fulton commissioners with the requested information.
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