Peninsula Hospital in danger of not making payroll
The federal judge overseeing the Peninsula Hospital bankruptcy case expressed her frustration Monday, urging the stakeholders to hammer out a deal before the financial axe drops on the hospital later this month. Without a much-needed cash infusion, the Far Rockaway facility will be unable to meet payroll after Dec. 26 — a fact that is causing "enormous anxiety" among employees, union officials said.
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