Atlanta providers reach deal on indigent dialysis

Full story: KOTA Television
Atlanta's safety net hospital on Wednesday reached an agreement with a private dialysis provider to continue treating a group of indigent patients, some of whom became critically ill after their life-sustaining treatment was cut off last week when a previous contract expired. Full Story
Unbelievable

Kansas City, MO

#1 Sep 8, 2011
It truly pays to be illegal in the U.S.A. How disgusting!
magadala

Seattle, WA

#2 Sep 8, 2011
We are bleeding our country dry. Illegal aliens seeking free services have closed emergency hospitals. Now, hospitals have to negotiate with other hospitals because of lack of $$$ in order to save them. I am not at all opposed to patching them up and sending the to their country of origin!

Remember the one a few years ago of where a patient used up millions of dollars in care, and was subsequently patched and sent back to his country by the hospital...and the relatives protesting this?

We will look back on these time in American history and think of this as the dark ages...

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