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New Hospital Names Take A While To Get Used To

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Corporations buying out formerly Catholic-owned hospitals have got me scratching my head. The former St. John's at I-44 and I-255 was bought out and is now Mercy Medical. The same company bought out St. Anthony's in South County and we are now supposed to remember to refer to it as Mercy South. And ol' St. …

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