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Florida / Hospital Deaths (Part II) #1084605

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 03, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN report on June 1 on the rate of baby deaths from heart surgeries at Florida's St. Mary's Medical Center hospital reviewed.

(Studio: Elizabeth Cohen) A look at the St. Mary's hospital pediatric surgery program presented; details given about the death of Daisy Brandau after surgeries for a heart defect & from a report led by Dr. Jeffrey Jacobs on what the hospital should do. [Victim's mother Nneka CAMPBELL@- criticizes the hospital.] Hospital pediatric surgery mortality rate statistics cited. [Johns Hopkins Dr. Peter PROVONOST@- says the volume of surgeries is low.] A statement from hospital CEO Davide Carbone@ critical of the CNN story quoted. The response from the state of Florida & from the hospital CEO discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Cohen, Elizabeth

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