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NYC's North General Hospital Closing Too

The New York Times reports June 28:

Barely two months after the closing of St. Vincent's Hospital in Greenwich Village, North General Hospital, a potent symbol of the city's political and philanthropic commitment to Harlem, announced Monday that it was declaring bankruptcy.

The 200-bed North General will close by next week, hospital officials said. But while St. Vincent's closed abruptly with only the distant promise of an urgent care clinic in its place, the North General building will immediately be occupied by a large government-subsidized walk-in clinic for Harlem residents, state and North General officials said.

Read the rest of the article on the New York Times website.

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