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Caritas has a plan, is open to talks

Longtime patient Francis Feeley, 77, talked with Helen Wilcox as he waited for a ride in the Caritas Carney Hospital lobby.
By Jeffrey Krasner
Globe Staff / November 2, 2007

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Boston officials led by City Council president Maureen Feeney are asking the Archdiocese of Boston to cut Caritas Carney Hospital loose from the Caritas Christi Health System so it can look for a buyer on its own. (Full article: 911 words)

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