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    UNC Health Care CEO Bill Roper and Carolinas HealthCare CEO Gene Woods call the new partnership between the two health care systems a "marriage" of health care in N.C..

UNC Health Care CEO Bill Roper and Carolinas HealthCare CEO Gene Woods call the new partnership between the two health care systems a "marriage" of health care in N.C.. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
UNC Health Care CEO Bill Roper and Carolinas HealthCare CEO Gene Woods call the new partnership between the two health care systems a "marriage" of health care in N.C.. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com

State’s two largest health care systems combine, raising questions about effect on patients

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