Truman Medical Center could get more than $26 million in the next year from the Kansas City health levy, but that’s far less than it once got when adjusted for inflation.
Truman Medical Center could get more than $26 million in the next year from the Kansas City health levy, but that’s far less than it once got when adjusted for inflation. Courtesy Truman Medical Center
Truman Medical Center could get more than $26 million in the next year from the Kansas City health levy, but that’s far less than it once got when adjusted for inflation. Courtesy Truman Medical Center

Indigent care still too low a priority in Kansas City

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