Rally to keep Interfaith Medical Center running as full-fledged hospital held

The struggling hospital's supporters called on the governor

The struggling hospital's supporters called on the governor to use part of an $8 billion Medicaid waiver from the U.S. Department of Health to keep Interfaith operating just the way it is. (February 24, 2014 4:57 PM)

A community rally was held outside Interfaith Medical Center Monday afternoon, as local leaders urged Gov. Andrew Cuomo to keep the cash-strapped institution as a full-fledged hospital.

The struggling hospital's supporters called on the governor to use part of an $8 billion Medicaid waiver from the U.S. Department of Health to keep Interfaith operating just the way it is. Gov. Cuomo has said...

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