Picketers for Singing River Health System retirees were at the County Complex in 2015 while the Board of Supervisors met in executive session with Billy Guice. Singing River Health System dropped from a Level 2 to a Level 3 trauma rating in part when it cut back on neurological services.
Picketers for Singing River Health System retirees were at the County Complex in 2015 while the Board of Supervisors met in executive session with Billy Guice. Singing River Health System dropped from a Level 2 to a Level 3 trauma rating in part when it cut back on neurological services. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com File
Picketers for Singing River Health System retirees were at the County Complex in 2015 while the Board of Supervisors met in executive session with Billy Guice. Singing River Health System dropped from a Level 2 to a Level 3 trauma rating in part when it cut back on neurological services. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com File

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