Las Vegas hospital agrees to pay big fine
AP/Las Vegas Sun, December 11, 2008
Desert Springs Hospital and Medical Center of Las Vegas has agreed to pay a $228,000 administrative fine to the Nevada Health Division for violations. The violations centered around patient care and the quality of mammogram images. Health officials said 92 patients who had undergone mammograms at the hospital were notified and have received additional screenings.
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