U of MD moves ahead with county healthcare overhaul
University of Maryland officials soon will begin working to help Prince George's County overhaul its healthcare system. The university will conduct a survey of county residents in late January and will question residents on their state of health, access to primary care, and general attitude toward the quality of health care facilities in Prince George's County. Feedback will help the county and university officials as they make plans to build a new $600 million regional medical center in the county.
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