Why the hospital that’s treating Texans for Ebola is having a hard time getting patients in: report

“I think we have an awful lot of people that have to be moved,” she said.

“I mean, I’ve seen it on the TV.

There’s not enough beds.

I think that’s going to be the big challenge.”

She also said that as the virus spreads and more people are diagnosed, hospitals may have to ration services and limit the number of staff members.

“We’re not going to have enough staff for everybody that is affected by Ebola,” she told the AP.

“There are going to continue to be shortages, and I think it’s going a little bit of a curveball.”

Why the big three hospitals are paying for more hospital beds

The Big Three hospitals are increasingly finding it difficult to pay for their own care, with the biggest beneficiary of taxpayer-funded hospital beds so far being Allegheny General Hospital.

A new report released on Thursday found the hospital is paying for just two-thirds of its beds, the same as it did in 2014-15.

In the four years up to 2017-18, Allegheny paid $13.7 million for a total of 556 beds, including $6.9 million for medical staff and $2.4 million for patients.

That’s compared to $13 million for the other three Big Three combined.

It’s also more than twice as much as it was in 2014, when it paid $6 million for 536 beds, but the total number of beds fell to 532 in 2017-19.

The biggest beneficiary is Kaiser, which paid $2 million for 474 beds.

The biggest recipient is Blue Cross Blue Shield of California, which spent $2,000 on five beds, and was paid $1.9 billion in total for health care.

The report found the Big Three’s total costs for health insurance fell by 9.5 per cent to $19.7 billion in the last four years.

It found total costs were down by just 1.5 percentage points to $24.1 billion.

It said total costs at the Big three were $18.5 billion in 2017, compared with $21.3 billion at the national average of $26.7.

However, the report found total health care spending at the big hospitals was down 9.3 per cent since 2015-16.

It also found there were more hospital bed losses, which is good news for the Big 3.

It was down 10 per cent in 2016-17, while total hospital bed costs were up 8.3 percent.