Surviving in the Hospital Desert 

The impending closure of emergency services at Alta Bates in Berkeley has many worried about the consequences for communities in the East Bay — especially Richmond.

A few months ago, Kathleen Sullivan was at work when she got a phone call: Her husband had been shot in the shoulder outside of their Richmond home in a random drive-by. The ambulance had taken him to the emergency room…

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