Coney Island Hospital

NPR's Joanne Silberner reports on how one local hospital in Brooklyn, New York, has adapted to the changing demographics of its community. Coney Island Hospital's patients were once ethnic whites, but a rise in the number of Asian immigrants, especially Pakistani Muslims, has created new challenges for the hospital staff. (8:23) Check out the Changing Face of America series.

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