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Continuum Withdraws St. Vincent's Proposal

Published yesterday at the New York Times website:

Stan Brezenoff, president of Continuum Health Partners, a consortium of five hospitals in Manhattan and Brooklyn, said in a letter to Henry J. Amoroso, the president and chief executive of St. Vincent's, that he was withdrawing the offer because of what he said had been a negative reaction to it from both the State Health Department and St. Vincent's own board.

Read the rest of the article at the New York Times' website (enjoy it while you can, the Times will soon cease to offer free access to its online articles).

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