Philip Graitcer

Independent radio reporter

Formerly  a medical epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control Adjunct professor of public health, Rollins Schoolof Public Health at Emory University. I have been an independent radio producer since 2006.

2011 National Health Journalism Fellow.


<p><span class="article-content"><span>As the area's health provider for the poor and uninsured, Grady Hospital gets most of its funds from federal, state and local governments. But that's not enough to cover costs.</span></span></p>

<p>For more than 100 years, Atlanta's Grady Hospital has been the health care provider for the region's poor and uninsured, but in 2007, it faced a crisis. Philip Graitcer investigates.</p>