More than 400 people marched during a vigil Monday evening to support St. Francis Health hospital in Topeka. The owner of St. Francis, a nonprofit Catholic hospital, said Tuesday that it will stop operating the facility this summer and that Kansas’ refusal to accept Medicaid expansion contributed to the hospital’s financial troubles. (April 17, 2017)
More than 400 people marched during a vigil Monday evening to support St. Francis Health hospital in Topeka. The owner of St. Francis, a nonprofit Catholic hospital, said Tuesday that it will stop operating the facility this summer and that Kansas’ refusal to accept Medicaid expansion contributed to the hospital’s financial troubles. (April 17, 2017) Keith Horinek Topeka Capital-Journal
More than 400 people marched during a vigil Monday evening to support St. Francis Health hospital in Topeka. The owner of St. Francis, a nonprofit Catholic hospital, said Tuesday that it will stop operating the facility this summer and that Kansas’ refusal to accept Medicaid expansion contributed to the hospital’s financial troubles. (April 17, 2017) Keith Horinek Topeka Capital-Journal

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