Saturday, May 1, 2010

Suite Mayor of Charity probably in Bermuda as St. Vincent's flatlines

The uncharitable closing of St. Vincent's Hospital

Civil rights attorney Yetta Kurland and others gathered last night in Chelsea to lead a town hall meeting to discuss the public health emergency caused by the closing of St. Vincent's Hospital.

As has been reported by NY1, at the time that the Board of Trustees voted to close the storied hospital, St. Vincent's Hospital, with 400 inpatient beds, had been employing 3,500 people and had been providing life-saving treatments in its emergency room to about 60,000 patients per year.

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