Katrina & Beyond

A Checkup on Health Care in New Orleans

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Dr. Karen DeSalvo, chief of general internal medicine and geriatrics at Tulane University, talks about hospitals and the health care system in New Orleans. It has been two years since Katrina pounded the Gulf Coast and left New Orleans in ruins.

Dr. Karen DeSalvo, chief of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics, Tulane University; executive director of the Tulane University Community Health Center at Covenant House



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