Carol Meyer

Chief Network Officer, LA County Department of Health Services

Guest

Chief Network Officer for the LA County Department of Health Services and former Director of its Emergency Medical Services Agency

Carol Meyer on KCRW

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If anyone doubts that the health system is broken in Southern California, consider  last week's spectacle  at the Inglewood Forum: thousands of people lining up to get  free medical…

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