SUNY approves Long Island College Hospital to Fortis Property Group

The SUNY Board of Trustees has unanimously approved a final agreement on the future of Long Island College Hospital. Fortis Property Group will purchase the

SUNY will continue to run the emergency department

SUNY will continue to run the emergency department until Sept. 1.

BROOKLYN - The SUNY Board of Trustees has unanimously approved a final agreement on the future of Long Island College Hospital. 

Fortis Property Group will purchase the struggling Cobble Hill medical center for $240 million, not including any transition costs. 

SUNY will continue to run the emergency department at LICH until NYU Langone Medical Center takes over on Sept. 1. 

Lutheran Family Health Center will provide additional medical services. 

 

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