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Signs bearing the Madera Community Hospital logo are covered up with tarps after the sudden closure of the facility (Esther Quintanilla/KVPR)

Two More Bidders Emerge For Shuttered Madera Hospital

There is still hope that Madera Community Hospital will reopen. It shut down and filed for bankruptcy a year ago, leaving patients with virtually no other options.  Earlier this month, a deal to save the facility fell through. But two more suitors are eyeing the hospital.
Reporter: Kerry Klein, KVPR

Childbirth Program Helps Improve Birth Outcomes For Black People 

In the Bay Area, a unique childbirth education program for and by Black people is improving birth outcomes and patient experiences. That’s why the agency that oversees Medi-Cal is looking into how it can bring this program to other public hospitals in California.
Reporter: Daisy Nguyen, KQED   

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