Clinic targeted at airline staff takes off

Grant, Ruth Ann
July 1996
AHA News;07/22/96, Vol. 32 Issue 29, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that the new health care center targeted specifically to aviation workers, Emory/CIGNA HealthCare Center opened in Hapeville, Georgia. Center as a joint effort by CIGNA HealthCare of Georgia, the Emory Clinic and Delta Air Lines; Center built by Delta to serve its employees and their families covered under CIGNA HealthCare.


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