Atlanta hospital deal has another hurdle
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 29, 2008
The approval of an agreement to reinvent the management structure of Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta has been overshadowed by confirmation that county commissions could scuttle the deal. Fulton and DeKalb must approve the plan because the Georgia counties have bond agreements with Grady, said Lewis Horne, an attorney hired by Grady to help craft the lease.
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