Health Rewind: Chicago Gang Members Fight to Keep Local Hospital Open

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Chicago Gang Members Fight to Keep Local Hospital Open

On the South Side of Chicago, gang members spoke out about Roseland Community Hospital, their local hospital, being closed this month. NBC News reported that members of the Black Disciples met with hospital employees to discuss the disastrous outcomes of not having a functioning hospital to treat gun shot victims from their community. 

 

(Photo: CBS Chicago)

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