Not far from neighborhood streets lined with million-dollar homes here lies an open-air mall where people go to eat, shop and — when needed — get emergency medical treatment. People pull up to the front door, park next to a gleaming antique ambulance and enter a waiting room that feels more like a graceful hotel lobby than a holding area for sick people.
"Free-Standing ERs Offer Care Without the Wait. But Patients Can Still Pay $6,800 to Treat a Cut." is from the May 07, 2017 Business section of The Washington Post. It was written by Carolyn Y. Johnson and narrated by Sam Scholl.