L.A. County allays USC’s fears about staffing new hospital
Officials at USC's Keck School of Medicine report that the new County-USC Medical Center that is slated to open next month will not be able to operate safely under the current staffing level, calling it an "impending patient safety crisis." However, Los Angeles County officials say the facility will have the necessary staffing by mid-October.
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