Web Search powered by Yahoo! SEARCH
I just returned from a visit to Ohio to be with my mother, who was having surgery in an inner city hospital. Years ago this particular hospital was "aging", and many wondered if there was still a reason to keep it open. Many other hospitals had moved into the suburbs. Luckily, the hospital stayed. A building that in parts was over 120 years old, in other parts 50 or 60 years old was renovated into a beautiful, state of the art facility that serves a diverse population. It can be done. If it can happen in struggling Ohio (I don't think I need to go into the economic situation in my hometown - Ohio is much like Michigan), it can be done in Knoxville.
Comments are the sole responsibility of the person posting them. You agree not to post comments that are off topic, defamatory, obscene, abusive, threatening or an invasion of privacy. Violators may be banned. Click here for our full user agreement.
Username * Don't have an account? Sign up for a new account
Password * Can't remember? Reset your password
Comments can be shared on
Add both options by connecting your profiles.