SIMON, SQUADRON, STRINGER ANNOUNCE BILL FOR GREATER COMMUNITY VOICE AND THOROUGH HEALTH CARE ASSESSMENT IN PROPOSED HOSPITAL CLOSURES
Would Require Improved State Process in Wake of LICH Closure
Simon-Squadron Bill Based on Longstanding Stringer Proposal
BROOKLYN – , , at elected officials, patients, community members, and healthcare workers will announce the Local Input in Community Healthcare (LICH) Act.
WHO: Comptroller Scott Stringer; State Senator Daniel Squadron; Assemblymember-elect Jo Anne Simon; Public Advocate Letitia James; Borough President Eric Adams; representatives from SEIU 1199 and NYSNA; Jim Walden; community members.
WHAT: Announce the Local Input in Community Healthcare (LICH) Act
WHERE: LICH Playground (Henry Street between Amity & Pacific Streets)