Senate opens Atlanta hospital to funds, new authority
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, February 22, 2008
The Georgia Senate has easily passed three pieces of legislation centerned on governance at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. Senators voted to create a legislative oversight committee that will periodically review operations at the hospital. They also voted to prohibit people with financial ties to Grady from serving in a governing capacity and to encourage Grady employees to seek medical treatment at the facility.
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