Anaheim (CA) General Hospital loses accreditation
Anaheim (CA) General Hospital, which cares for a large share of Orange County's poor, has lost its national quality accreditation in the wake of scores of safety citations by three sets of regulators. The 143-bed hospital has been struggling financially and the loss in standing could make matters worse by jeopardizing its ability to attract privately insured patients.
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