Deny NS-LIJ’s application for a Certificate of Need, Project # 111531
  • Petitioned Dr. Nirav R. Shah

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Commissioner, New York State Department of Health
Dr. Nirav R. Shah

Deny NS-LIJ’s application for a Certificate of Need, Project # 111531

    1. Paul Newell
    2. Petition by

      Paul Newell

      New York, NY

Please deny NS-LIJ’s application for a Certificate of Need at 36 7th Ave., NYC, Project # 111531.

This center is little more than a whitewash for the Rudin Condo plan. The planned North Shore-LIJ center is detrimental to the health of our neighborhood and our city. The existing Certificate of Need - for a full service hospital at the site - should be enforced.

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    • Barbara Ruether NEW YORK, NY
      • about 3 years ago

      This project is an experiment with our lives at risk. It would be the first stand alone emergency room sited in a crowded urban area with narrow congested streets risking lifes. putting lif

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    • Laura Taylor NEW YORK, NY
      • about 3 years ago

      We need a full-service hospital to better serve Manhattan's west side. What would we have done if Hurricane Irene had created a real disaster?!

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    • David Kenny EAST MEADOW, NY
      • about 3 years ago

      St. Vincent's saved my life in 1985.

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      • about 3 years ago

      We need a hospital..not Condos.

      Without St. Vincent's and with The Rudin/Condos, there is no hospital on the west side of Manhattan from Battery Park City to 59th Street.

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    • David Alex Andrejko NEW YORK CITY, NY
      • about 3 years ago

      I live on this street and I'm mortified at what the Rudin corp is almost getting away with. We need a full-service hospital. Not high-rent apartments that will drive me out of the neighborhood I love.

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