Is Austin Unique in Having No Medical School?
A replacement for the 'ailing' Brackenridge hospital has been pitched as part of a medical school for Austin.
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Since: Aug 11
#1 Jul 6, 2012
The City of Austin should never have turned over the operation of Brackenridge Hospital to Seton! Hospital administration could have been reformed and kept 100% public!
When this happened in the early to mid 90s, employees weren't told they were fired - their equipment was turned off remotely.
#2 Jul 8, 2012
Is not unique and Austin taxpayers need not be further fleeced for another boondoggle.
#3 Jul 13, 2012
Not another drain on the taxpayers to be sure. Austin is not unique in alot of areas anymore and medical school aside.
The city has gone down the toilet when it became a Sanctuary City almost 20 years ago and the only thing that has gone up in the city is taxes and services down.
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