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Northeastern Hospital to Transition to Northeastern Ambulatory Care Center
Date:3/23/2009

tional outpatient programs and facility enhancements will be made to further support the healthcare needs of the community.

As part of the change to Northeastern Ambulatory Care Center, patients will be able to access all inpatient services (including Labor & Delivery and medical/surgical care) at Temple University Hospital. A $1.6 million expansion of Temple University Hospital's Labor & Delivery Department will further enhance maternity care.

"The creation of Northeastern Ambulatory Care Center permits us to continue to meet the current and future healthcare needs of the community with a financially sustainable model," said Edmond F. Notebaert, President and CEO of Temple University Health System and Senior Executive Vice President of Health Sciences for Temple University. "Moving forward, we will continue to explore and consider additional options that would further enhance our ability to deliver healthcare services and education to the communities served by the new Ambulatory Care Center."

Northeastern Hospital's School of Nursing will continue operations with a plan to strengthen its ties to Temple University's Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program.

The transition will result in the elimination of positions at Northeastern Hospital. Northeastern notification to all affected employees will begin today. Human Resources will provide counseling and assistance to all affected employees to help them optimize their search for alternative employment.

"Northeastern Hospital has served this community for generations, and it is our intention to continue to meet the needs of our patients for years to come," said Northeastern Hospital Chief Executive Officer John Buckley, who will guide the hospital through its transition. "Those of our patients who require more complex care will co
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