Following up on Buzz’s earlier post, it sounds good . . .
The Grady hospital board voted unanimously Monday to hand over most of its authority to a new management board, conditioned on commitments for a half-billion dollars in financial support from the state, business community and others.
Vast hopes ride on the history-making vote, as supporters believe the leadership change will allow the 115-year-old hospital to chart a way through its financial crisis and remain open.
. . . until you get to the details
State Senate President Pro-Tem Eric Johnson (R-Savannah) took issue with the demands that state officials support $30 million more a year in funding to Grady and provide state funding for hospital trauma units around the state.