For neighbors, St. Vincent's Hospital Manhattan's demise leaves a hole
The bankruptcy of St. Vincent's Hospital Manhattan has not been a gaping wound for just its staff and patients. It has also injured the merchants along the avenues who relied on the hospital's work force and the residents who will miss the bustling atmosphere the hospital created, the New York Times reports.
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