Washington Post, May 27, 2010

The board of trustees of Washington, DC-based Sibley Memorial Hospital voted to enter negotiations with Johns Hopkins Medicine to integrate the two healthcare providers, a Sibley hospital spokeswoman said. Exactly how that integration will work will be negotiated over the next two to three months, Sibley spokeswoman Sheiliah Roy said. She said Sibley is not being sold, and that the non-profit 328-bed hospital will stay open. For patients, she said, that is likely to mean they will have easier access to Hopkins personnel.

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