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WNYC News

Long Island College Hospital ER and Clinic Deal Collapses

Friday, September 19, 2014

The withdrawal leaves the sale of the Cobble Hill property in limbo and reignites concerns over whether the site will continue to offer healthcare.

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WNYC News

New Plan to Buy LICH Preserves Some Health Services

Monday, January 13, 2014

The latest proposal would get rid of the hospital, but some medical services would still be available.

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WNYC News

NYU Hospital Throws Sandy Birthday Party, But Is It Just a PR Stunt?

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

On the anniversary of Sandy, the hospital marked the occasion in an unusual way: by holding a birthday party for the babies who had been evacuated after the storm hit back, and inviting the news media along. 

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WNYC News

NYU Langone, Now Reopened, Seeks to Regain Market Share

Friday, February 01, 2013

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Most of NYU Langone is now back up and running, including the popular labor and delivery unit.  But more than a dozen of the hospital's doctors have applied for permanent privileges at other hospitals.

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WNYC News

Shuttered After Sandy, NYU Langone Hospital Partly Reopens

Thursday, December 27, 2012

A New York City hospital that evacuated hundreds of patients after losing power during Sandy has partially reopened.

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The Takeaway

Medical Schools Experiment with Shorter Courses

Thursday, December 27, 2012

There are few professions, if any, that require as much as training as becoming a doctor, but now, that process could become one year shorter. Bioethicist Art Caplan discusses a new plan by NYU to allow some students to finish medical school in three years, instead of four.

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WNYC News

NIH Head to Tour NYU Langone

Thursday, November 29, 2012

The man in charge of federally funded medical research will be touring NYU Langone Medical Center Friday to look at damage caused by Sandy.

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WNYC News

Sandy Continues to Displace Patients, Presenting Both Challenges and Opportunities

Friday, November 16, 2012

With four local hospitals closed because of Sandy, thousands of patients are scrambling to find other medical centers to treat everything from broken bones to brain cancer. The changes are causing inconvenience to some, but could be a mixed blessing for the hospitals on the receiving end. 

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