Katrina & Beyond

Health Care, Music and Recovery in New Orleans

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Dr. Karen DeSalvo talks about the medical infrastructure and health care system in New Orleans. Plus, members of the Jordan family, who are also musicians, discuss rebuilding efforts for their family and for the city's music culture.


Dr. Karen Desalvo, chief of general internal medicine and geriatrics at Tulane University and special assistant to the preisdent for public medical services.

Rachel, Stephanie and Marlon Jordan, family of new Orleans musicians displaced following Hurricane Katrina



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