Medical staff criticize California hospital’s plan
San Francisco Chronicle, December 5, 2007
St. Luke's Hospital will not lose its newborn intensive care unit but rather will see a change in services under a compromise proposal announced by executives of California Pacific Medical Center. The plan to shift the neonatal intensive care unit into a special care nursery represents a significant reduction in medical care, said St. Luke's medical staff who spoke at hearing before the San Francisco Health Commission.
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