Dismay at plan to shut two New Jersey hospitals
New York Times, January 14, 2008
Two community hospitals in working class Newark, NJ, neighborhoods will be shuttered by a Pennsylvania-based healthcare company that is also absorbing the larger St. Michael's Medical Center in the city's downtown. The three hospitals have been losing $6 million a month, but city officials described the closings as a betrayal.
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