Regional News: SOUTH

July 2011
Modern Healthcare;7/4/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 27, p17
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This section offers news briefs about healthcare in Texas. In Victoria, an amicus brief was filed with a federal trial appeals court by the American Medical Association and two specialty physicians' organizations arguing that the civil and constitutional rights of three cardiologists were violated by a Texas hospital. As part of its partnership with Emerus, Baptist Health System plans to open four emergency hospitals in San Antonio.


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