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The focus of the article is a midsize community hospital in New York City, where the percentage of foreign-born workers, healthcare workers, doctors and nurses is higher than national levels. The hospital is located in the area containing more immigrants and higher concentrations of immigrant groups than any other part of the city. Dynamics related to the hospital's 90% non-white, mostly foreign-born, multilingual workforce appeared to influence hospital's capability to change and improvedoi:10.13165/spv-13-1-5-06 fatcat:myegsy3strad3dniqqzsoqcbcu