A New Play
Straight (or Gaily forward) from the back pages of the "NY TIMES" (Sellout) and other "NY PAPERS" like "CRAIN'S" (THEY SUCK), "WSJ" (THEY SUCK), "THE VILLAGER" (THEY REALLY SUCK)
GREEDY SELLOUT'S LIAR'S AND THIEF'S
“The decision to close St. Vincent’s Hospital Manhattan inpatient services was made only after the board, management and our advisers exhausted every possible alternative,” The THIEF Alfred E. Smith IV, chairman of St. Vincent Catholic Medical Centers, said in a statement. They were unable to come up with a plan, he said, “to save the inpatient services at the hospital that has proudly served Manhattan’s West Side and downtown for 160 years.”
Gov. The LIAR David A. Paterson said Tuesday that he would work with the board and the Department of Health to preserve some of the hospital’s most important community functions, perhaps by scaling it down to an urgent care center that could take patients with conditions ranging from ankle sprains to (LIE) heart attacks. That plan would also try to maintain some outpatient services, like those that provide H.I.V. treatment and primary care, but it remains at a conceptual stage and would require finding a partner, people close to the process said.
In the meantime, outpatient services will continue without interruption, the board said.
The hospital and a task force convened by the governor (LIAR) had tried without success to find another hospital to absorb or unite with St. Vincent’s.
“While we are disappointed that we were unable to find a partner for the acute care inpatient services,” the governor said in a statement, “we should use this as an opportunity to ensure that the health care needs of this community are met by creating an urgent care center combined with other vital health care services the community needs. To that end, I have directed the Department of Health to solicit proposals for this new model of care.”
With its vote, the board effectively closed the last (Straight from the FIRES OF HELL) Roman Catholic general hospital in New York, a beacon in Greenwich Village that has treated victims of calamities from the sinking of the Titanic to Sept. 11. In recent years, its management troubles were worsened by the difficult economics of the health care industry, changes in the fabric of a historic neighborhood and the low profit in religious work.
The search for a partner hospital, which would be needed to maintain an urgent care center, is already under way. (COWARDS) Mount Sinai Medical Center, which recently withdrew a bid to partner with St. Vincent’s to keep its acute care hospital open, has indicated some interest, according to an official involved in the restructuring efforts who insisted on anonymity because he was not authorized to comment. Mount Sinai officials could not be reached for comment late Tuesday.
To satisfy its creditors, the hospital may sell or lease much of its valuable Greenwich Village real estate, as it drastically reduces its staff of doctors, nurses and others, to repay its estimated (GREEDY RUDIN'S paid $260 /) $700 million of debt, people involved in the hospital’s restructuring efforts said.
GUEST STARTING THAT LITTLE VULTURE EVERYONE LOVES TO HATE
Cecilia Morris reprising her role as the 140 year old Tara survivor Scarlett O'Hara
"Frankly My Dear I don't give a Damn about the Community"
'SEE THIS MASTERPIECE!' - (SELLOUT) Scott Stringer -
A LIVING PANORAMA OF DEATH (ACTUAL COMMUNITY MEMBERS) AND DESTRUCTION THE (Straight from FIRES OF HELL) RUDIN FAMILYTEARS DOWN HISTORIC BUILDINGS WITH THE SEASON'S GLEE.
"You'll have tears in your eyes" "Your ears will ring" "You will almost wet your pants" - Andrew Cuomo said leaving with his sidekick DOH Dr Shah. -
"The Tiny Tim tribute was breathtaking and makes this a season classic" - Tom Duane (LIAR)
Venue is not settled yet. Send your email requesting tickets to Bill.Rudinwantstofuckme.com (please only two tickets per family)
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