The End of Catholic Health Care?

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March 16 Podcast

Daniel Sulmasy, O.F.M., discusses the unraveling of Catholic health care in New York City, and the lessons it holds for the rest of the country.
Daniel P. Sulmasy, O.F.M., director of the ethics program at Saint Vincent Medical Center and New York Medical College, tells the story of the unraveling of health care in New York City, and makes the case for keeping Catholic hospitals open even in difficult times.
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