Many gather to discuss plans to save LICH

Many people gathered at SUNY Downstate in East Flatbush today to talk about plans to save the financially troubled Long Island College Hospital (LICH).

Many people gathered at SUNY Downstate in East Flatbush today to talk about plans to save the financially troubled Long Island College Hospital (LICH). (5/20/13)

EAST FLATBUSH - Many people gathered at SUNY Downstate in East Flatbush today to talk about plans to save the financially troubled Long Island College Hospital (LICH).

The cash-strapped hospital was on the chopping block, but was spared after the community rallied to save it.

Officials must now deliver a sustainability plan to the state Department of Health and the governor's office.

The plan must be submitted by June 1.
 

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