St. Clare's Health seeks to close inpatient services unit

November 2011
Modern Healthcare;11/14/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 46, p4
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The article reveals the plan of St. Clare's Health System, a division of Catholic Health Initiatives, to close inpatient services at the Sussex, New Jersey campus of St. Clare's Hospital. According to St. Clare's President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Leslie Hirsch, a number of jobs will be cut or changed under the plan. He explains that the closure proposal was prompted by a decline in demand at the campus.


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