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Downstate Medical Center, but not Long Island College Hospital...Downstate President John Williams said a number of institutions are already interested in taking over the ailing hospital. However, Williams said that the so-called Public Benefit
Michael Nagle for The New York Times Park Slope Food Co-op The Park Slope Food Co-op, which fought a veritable civil war over whether to boycott Israeli products , has taken on a new cause celebre: the fight to save Long Island College Hospital . In
Downstate officials announced Friday they are withdrawing a plan to close Long Island College Hospital. Downstate develop a sustainability plan to continue medical services and education...Board cited financial losses when it voted to close the
Downstate Medical Center plans to close but access to financial records had nothing to do with it, North Shore-LIJ spokesman Terry Lynam told the Daily News...The conversations didn't get far enough that we asked for financial information, Lynam said.
Children who were born at Long Island College Hospital and their parents held a so-called stroller march in Cobble Hill on Saturday to appeal to Governor Andrew Cuomo to keep the Brooklyn hospital open for good. I have another daughter on the way and
Downstate officials say today they will continue to pursue closing the hospital in order to save a medical system they say is in "financial crisis." Cobble Hill is losing $1 million a week and its "continued operation threatens all of Downstate."
Updated: Friday, March 29, 2013, 4:16 AM Kevin Hagen for Daily News Police Commissioner Ray Kelly with City Council Speaker Christine Quinn. Rockaway Point: City Council Speaker Christine Quinn is trying to straddle the fence by supporting Police
The State University of New York's Board of Trustees met in Westchester County this afternoon to once again approve the closing of Brooklyn's Long Island College Hospital, which has been struggling financially...Downstate medical system, which
Downstate medical officials are preparing to take a second vote on Tuesday on closing Long Island College Hospital in the Cobble Hill section of Brooklyn, after a judge last week invalidated their previous plan to close.
Board of Trustees will vote next week on the Brooklyn hospital's fate. But it's not when the vote will happen that is causing some anger, but where...Squadron wrote in a statement. "To hold a hearing nearly 40 miles away, without a reasonable