By: John Henry | May 28, 2019, 11:20 PM
Hospital staff and locals protested proposed cuts to the hospital before the DC Council’s budget vote Tuesday.
WASHINGTON – DC’s only city-owned hospital will get more funding than originally expected in 2020 thanks to an important vote at the Wilson Building.
The DC Council was expected to make heavy cuts to the budget of United Medical Center Tuesday afternoon as it prepared to vote on the city budget.
But, DC Councilmember Trayon White proposed an amendment to the budget to restore some of the funds of the proposed cuts.