Thursday, December 21, 2006

dobbs ferry hospital files lawsuit so they won't close down

The Community Hospital at Dobbs Ferry filed a lawsuit seeking to invalidate the closure recommendations of a state commission. There is an article in the Journal News today about the lawsuit (www.lohud.com).
The Greenburgh Town Board & river villages approved resolutions calling on the state to keep the hospital open. This hospital makes money. Why should the state close down a hospital that is successful?
I will be working very hard to do whatever we can to save this important hospital.
PAUL FEINER

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

This hospital is a lifesaver!

Anonymous said...

"This hospital is a lifesaver!"

Yea, so? That's what any hospital does.

I wish no harm upon Dobbs Ferry Hospital, but if I were in need of serious lifesaving, I'd head straight to St. John's (or request to be transferred there once stabilized).

For a broken finger or a sinus infection, though, Dobbs Ferry Hospital is fine.

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