Money Problems Threaten D.C. Hospital Closure Financial troubles at Greater Southeast Community Hospital in Washington, D.C., threaten to disrupt treatment for many of the city's poorest residents. A possible shutdown leaves residents wondering where they'll go for emergency treatment. Lisa Nurnberger reports.
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Money Problems Threaten D.C. Hospital Closure

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Money Problems Threaten D.C. Hospital Closure

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Financial troubles at Greater Southeast Community Hospital in Washington, D.C., threaten to disrupt treatment for many of the city's poorest residents. A possible shutdown leaves residents wondering where they'll go for emergency treatment. Lisa Nurnberger reports.