What makes an N.J. hospital 'too old' to work? | Editorial

A recent letter writer raised an important issue in the midst of our ongoing national health care debate:

Reacting to the New Jersey Health Department’s approval of the plan to relocate Inspira Health Network’s Woodbury hospital to a new $326 million building in Harrison Township (the writer is not a fan of the decision), the letter stated, “In Newark, Camden and Philadelphia, there are plenty of landlocked, urban old buildings that are extremely effective as hospitals. In fact, some rank among the best in the nation.”

The writer’s comment was a response to state Health Commissioner Cathleen D. Bennett’s finding that the Woodbury …read more

Source: NJ.com Cumberland

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