Fight against New Orleans medical complex continues
New Orleans Times-Picayune, February 13, 2009
Despite insistence from Louisiana State University System officials that they have made a final decision to build a new academic medical complex New Orleans, opponents of the plan continue to lobby for an audience with Gov. Bobby Jindal and Department of Health and Hospitals Secretary Alan Levine. Their hope is to convince the governor and Levine that gutting and rebuilding Charity Hospital from within represents a better option for taxpayers, future medical students, and patients.
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