New York Times, April 7, 2010

The board of St. Vincent Catholic Medical Centers voted to close its flagship hospital in Manhattan, ending its long struggle to stay afloat despite millions of dollars of debt. The exact timing for the closing of St. Vincent's Hospital Manhattan, which has about 400 inpatient beds, was not immediately clear, but the process of shutting down has already begun. Elective surgeries are to end by April 14, the New York Times reports.

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