NYC’s Dwindling Neighborhood Hospitals

asagerThe Nation
Alan Sager, School of Public Health

For many New Yorkers, the trip to treat a broken appendage or receive vaccination shots is growing longer…

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“We may look back in 10 years and say, ‘How could we not have seen this coming?’ Keeping open a hospital today is going to cost a lot less than rebuilding at $3 million a bed.”

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