NYC losing small hospitals as money woes mount

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

This article on the increasing closure of small, independent hospitals in New York quotes James Tallon, President of the United Hospital Fund.

There was a time when the neighborhood hospital was a cornerstone of New York City life. But for a growing number of city residents, the trip to have an appendix taken out or get treatment for a broken leg is increasingly being measured in miles rather than blocks.

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