Michael Rembis

President and CEO of the Centinela-Freeman Health System

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President and CEO of the Centinela-Freeman Health System

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LA Supervisors met behind closed doors today to draw up  requirements for a private operator  to take over the County's King-Harbor Hospital.

Fallout from the Impending Closure of King-Harbor

LA Supervisors met behind closed doors today to draw up requirements for a private operator to take over the County's King-Harbor Hospital.

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Closing down LA County’s  King/Harbor  hospital once seemed unthinkable.

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Closing down LA County’s King/Harbor hospital once seemed unthinkable.

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