Panel to find ways to keep San Francisco hospital open
San Francisco Chronicle, January 24, 2008
California Medical Center have backed off plans to reduce San Francisco's St. Luke's Hospital to an outpatient hub, and instead have formed a panel charged with investigating ways to retain the facility's health services. Cal Pacific has faced intense criticism since publicizing plans in October to downgrade St. Luke's to an ambulatory center with a free-standing emergency room.
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