Carol Meyer

Chief Network Officer, LA County Department of Health Services

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

Carol Meyer on KCRW

As a bush pilot in the Amazon Basin, Stan Brock first saw the suffering of people without access to medical services.

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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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Today’s  LA Times  reports that almost two dozen hospitals in Los Angeles and Orange Counties are in danger of bankruptcy or closure.

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Today’s LA Times reports that almost two dozen hospitals in Los Angeles and Orange Counties are in danger of bankruptcy or closure.

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