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CMA president issues statement in response to University of California and Dignity Health partnership

November 20, 2019
Area(s) of Interest: Advocacy 


California Medical Association (CMA) President Peter N. Bretan, M.D., issued the following statement in response to the partnership between the University of California system and Dignity Health:

“CMA has been outspoken and even joined in legal battles when Dignity has fought to restrict access to care for certain patients, but we also understand that they are an important part of our statewide health care system and the largest provider of care to Medi-Cal recipients in the state. The action requested by the ACLU would hurt the state’s most vulnerable patients, and further restrict access to health care for low-income Californians.”

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