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Hospital Group Linked to Seminerio Scandal

Reported in the New York Post May 2:

A hospital group linked to an influence-peddling scandal in Albany put three members of a prominent family of Brooklyn politicians on its payroll, records and e-mails obtained by The Post show.

Prosecutors say MediSys Health Network, which runs Jamaica, Flushing and Brookdale hospitals and other ventures, gave $390,000 in "corrupt payments" to crooked ex-Assemblyman Anthony Seminerio's bogus consulting firm for help with government funding and acquisition of hospitals.

Read the rest of the article at the New York Post's website, or see The Medical News's May 18 treatment which includes some discussion of interaction between the executives and board.

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