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January 25, 2003: Little House in a Quandary; Clinic may close, displacing 3,400 poor children and mothers
Despite urgent requests from Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and other elected leaders, BIDMC CEO Paul Levy shutters a clinic for poor children.

January 26, 2003: A Little House Closing Leaves A Big Hole.

 January 14, 2003: Ills catch up to ailing clinic; BI Deaconess will close Little House Health Center.

 November 15, 2007: Downtown Hospital Chief Takes Cheap Shot at Carney
After BIDMC CEO Paul Levy uses Carney Hospital’s financial troubles as an excuse to attack the healthcare workers union, a local resident asks, “What does Paul Levy have against Dorchester?"

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    Response: assignment writer
    Dude you done that all in very well way. We should have to encourage the others with the participation of the poor selves in these kinds of the helping events. Those are especially organized for the poor mothers and their children’s help.

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