Video Report By Mugo Odigwe for Cronkite News Service
Text by Eric Jay Toll for The Arizona Builder’s Exchange
Overcrowded conditions and a lack of privacy are just two of the reasons the Maricopa Integrated Health Services Board of Directors authorized a committee to find ways to raise $300M for renovation of the aging Phoenix public hospital. While not the oldest hospital in the state, it has not been renovated or maintained as technology has improved. The board rejected a $950M bond issue for the November ballot in July.
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