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Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC) announced that an application has been filed with the state Department of Health and Human Services for a Certificate of Need allowing for the transfer of ownership of all of the former Pascack Valley Hospital licenses to a joint venture to be formed by HUMC and Legacy Hospital Partners, Inc.
By LINDY WASHBURN, STAFF WRITER The emergency room at the former Pascack Valley Hospital in Westwood will open on Oct. 1, its new owners said Monday.
By LINDY WASHBURN, STAFF WRITER Touro University College of Medicine will delay its opening at least a year to 2010 after failing to attain accreditation with the agency that approves medical schools.
By Lindy Washburn, The Record, Hackensack, N.J. Jun. 18--The governor restored $32 million to charity care funding for hospitals in Tuesday's budget compromise, but executives at some hospitals say they'll still be hurt by a budget that drastically reduces what they received last year.
By LINDY WASHBURN, STAFF WRITER The governor restored $32 million to charity care funding for hospitals in Tuesday's budget compromise, but executives at some hospitals say they'll still be hurt by a budget that drastically reduces what they received last year.
By MARY JO LAYTON and BOB GROVES, STAFF WRITERS Jessica Costeniuc, 14, sat stoically as six stitches were removed from her hand Wednesday. It was the nurses who cried. They wept and hugged over the closing of Pascack Valley Hospital.
By LINDY WASHBURN, STAFF WRITER Hackensack University Medical Center and Pascack Valley Hospital are negotiating a merger that will allow the financially ailing Westwood institution to stay open as a full-service hospital.
WESTWOOD, N.J., Nov. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with Pascack Valley Hospital (PVH) to acquire the hospital from Well Care Group, Inc. The acquisition is expected to be completed in early 2007.
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