Discontent spurs ER physicians to consider leaving St. Louis hospital
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, January 31, 2008
The majority of emergency room physicians at St. Anthony's Medical Center in south St. Louis County have resigned and could leave the hospital by April 1, 2008. Several months ago, St. Anthony's began looking into changing how the hospital staffs its emergency room, but several doctors said inadequate nurse staffing and other concerns have also contributed to the discontent.
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