Maryland hospital won’t admit inmates
Baltimore Sun, January 4, 2008
After two violent escapes by prison inmates, a healthcare group that oversees Laurel (MD) Regional Hospital has told the state that it will no longer admit inmates as patients in non-emergency situations until new policies are put into place. The group called the escapes 'unacceptable.'
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