Hospital system deal reached in Maryland
Washington Post, March 6, 2008
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley and Prince George's County Executive Jack B. Johnson are expected to announce that they have reached a two-year deal to stabilize the county's hospital system. Under the arrangement, an independent authority would be created to conduct a public process to find an owner for Prince George's Hospital Center and four other county health facilities. The county and the state would provide funding to ensure the hospital system remains open while the process is underway.
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