Neighborhood Health Care blames other city health service providers for its closing

Agencies, city leaders blocked merger, NHC says

A Cincinnati health agency says it would not be cutting off services Monday if other city health providers and community leaders hadn’t opposed its plan to merge with a Northern Kentucky provider.


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