Board will attempt to halt Georgia hospital system's financial slide
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, March 17, 2008
The board for Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta has announced the long-awaited appointment of a 17-member board charged with pulling the hospital out of a financial mire that threatened its existence. The heads of some of metro Atlanta's top businesses and institutions will serve on the board of the new private, nonprofit Grady Memorial Hospital Corporation, along with some members of the old Grady board.
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