Glendale Adventist Hospital reached an agreement on Wednesday to pay $700,000 to settle a city lawsuit accusing it of discharging patients from its emergency room to the streets of downtown Los Angeles, a practice known as patient dumping.

The faith-based non-profit hospital, owned by Adventist Health in Rosemead, also plans to change its policies to align with the Los Angeles' protocols for homeless patients...

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