Ohio hospital stands to lose $3 million in new Congressional budget
Dayton Business Journal, February 5, 2008
The Children's Medical Center of Dayton, OH, could lose $3 million in funding if Congress approves a new budget request that would eliminate $301 million of funding for a federal program that trains pediatricians and pediatric specialists at 60 independent children's teaching hospitals. Children's Medical Center representatives said the funding was critical to its ability to fund the training of future pediatricians and meet the healthcare needs in its region.
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