Hope for deficit-crippled Philadelphia hospital hangs on 30-day reprieve
Philadelphia Daily News, April 10, 2009
Officials from Temple University Health System, which operates Northeastern Hospital in Philadelphia, have agreed to delay for 30 days their plan to convert it into an outpatient-care facility by July 1, said state Rep. John Taylor. The agreement will give local elected leaders a chance to analyze Temple's decision to close Northeastern and to offer possible alternatives.
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