Leader at Los Angeles medical center is out
Los Angeles Times, April 21, 2008
Antionette Smith Epps has left Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center, according to Los Angeles County Department of Health Services officials. Epps was brought in to help save the Los Angeles medical center, but wound up instead presiding over its closing. Her departure is the latest in a string of recent setbacks in the county's beleaguered public healthcare system.
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