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  • UNC Health Care joins with Charlotte’s Carolinas HealthCare

    UNC Health Care, the Triangle’s largest health care provider, is partnering with Charlotte-based Carolinas HealthCare to create one of the largest nonprofit healthcare networks in the nation, employing some 90,000 people and running more than 50 hospitals.

UNC Health Care joins with Charlotte’s Carolinas HealthCare

UNC Health Care, the Triangle’s largest health care provider, is partnering with Charlotte-based Carolinas HealthCare to create one of the largest nonprofit healthcare networks in the nation, employing some 90,000 people and running more than 50 hospitals.
Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com