Kelly Kurcz

Nurse and director of emergency services at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center

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Nurse and director of emergency services at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center

Kelly Kurcz on KCRW

Hospitals closings have led to a shortage of medical services in Los
Angeles County. So why is there opposition to a hospital’s expansion
plans in the San Fernando Valley?

Amid Many Closures, One Hospital Tries to Expand its Emergency Services

Hospitals closings have led to a shortage of medical services in Los Angeles County. So why is there opposition to a hospital’s expansion plans in the San Fernando Valley?

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