Thursday, August 17, 2023 1:01 a.m.
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — San Francisco Mayor London Breed has just announced great news for Laguna Honda Hospital.
The public health facility will continue to serve patients for the foreseeable future. Breed acknowledged working with local, state and federal partners to work to preserve one of the city’s “most critical resources.”
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“We have been working to resolve issues at the hospital and improve resident care and safety,” Breed said on social media. “Laguna Honda Hospital is a life-saving public health facility and it will now continue to provide important services to some of our city’s most vulnerable residents for years to come.”
The San Francisco Chronicle reported that the San Francisco public retirement home applied for readmission to Medi-Cal’s medical program in California for low-income people.
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Patient transfers were suspended after several died shortly after being removed from hospital.
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