California moves to revoke King-Harbor Hospital’s license

Federal government finds that patients at the public hospital are in immediate jeopardy of harm or death despite years of reform efforts.

By Charles Ornstein and Rich Connell
Los Angeles Times

June 22, 2007 – TheScroogeReport.com Post

California regulators moved Thursday to revoke the license of Martin Luther King Jr.-Harbor Hospital, an action that, if not reversed, would force its closure.

The move, the boldest thus far by the state, follows recent findings by the federal government that patients at the public hospital are in immediate jeopardy of harm or death despite years of reform efforts.

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Related Opinion:

Emergency at Martin Luther King Jr.-Harbor Hospital Takes a Back Seat 
–TheScroogeReport

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