NY Presbyterian decides on union vote; Mount Sinai evacuated;

> In an effort to stabilize finances, the Landmark Medical Center in Rhode Island is laying off 20 nurses and closing an outpatient facility, reports the Providence Journal. The hospital is under sale to Massachusetts-based Steward Health Care System with approval from the state. Article

> The Federal Trade Commission approved a partnership between Piedmont Healthcare and Henry Medical Center, reports the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Article

> Workers at New York Presbyterian Hospital last week rallied to decide on whether to unionize, reports the Journal News. Article

> City sewers clogs were traced back to improper waste disposal from Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg, Va., reports The Free Lance-Star. Article

> After Mount Sinai Hospital in Chicago was evacuated on Friday due to a bomb threat, operations have since returned to normal, CBS reports. Article

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