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May 1998
H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;05/20/98, Vol. 72 Issue 10, p65
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Presents news briefs pertaining to developments in the health care sector, in the United States. Plans of Humana company to hand over control of 23 health centers to FPA Medical Management company of San Diego, California, and four Illinois-based centers to Northwestern Healthcare company; Closure of Friendly Hills Regional Medical Center in La Habra, California by MedPartners company; Plans of Mount Sinai Medical Center to acquire Western Queens Community Hospital, both of New York.


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