Budget in red, forecast cloudy
Grady Memorial Hospital is one of the few remaining public hospitals in the United States, providing medical care for the poor and uninsured. The largest hospital in Georgia, Grady boasts its trauma care, the best in the state. The hospital, however, is funded almost entirely Fulton and DeKalb county taxpayers and has been going broke. In 2008, in the history of the 116-year-old medical facility, a newly created nonprofit took control of the hospital and is expected to revitalize both the community's faith and financial support for Grady, including campaigns that have pledged some $300 million over five years.
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Marcus promises Grady $20 million
One of Atlanta's most powerful business leaders is turning his attention — and formidable resources — to cash-strapped Grady Memorial Hospital. Bernie Marcus, a co-founder of ...
Cut in trauma funding could put lives on the line
The state Legislature provided $23 million for Georgia's trauma care hospitals, less than half the money they received last year. That worries advocates who ...
Grady costs to rise for people outside of Fulton, DeKalb
The era of free or nearly free medical care at Grady Memorial Hospital is over for people who live outside Fulton and DeKalb counties, hospital ...
CEO tries to remake 'Grady culture'
When Grady Memorial Hospital announced earlier this month that it was laying off 140 employees, CEO Michael Young said the hospital needed to save money ...
Grady Hospital cuts 150 jobs
Grady Memorial Hospital on Wednesday announced 150 job cuts, in response to severe economic pressures and an increase in indigent patients, officials said. Among those ...
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