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Hospital board to discuss possible buyer

October 27, 2013

The board of directors for the Lake Erie Regional Health System of New York will be discussing a potential buyer for the Lake Shore Health Care Center in Irving this week....

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CathyKaicher

Oct-27-13 5:52 PM

If it was manipulation of the public to announce closing of the hospital, then that is even more depressing for the overall Chautauqua County citizen experience than if the hospital were to close for the reasons that were claimed by its owner. (Re: comment by Christopher)

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joew

Oct-27-13 5:41 PM

Paul you are getting warm,keep rolling!

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jo1952

Oct-27-13 4:30 PM

I too am concerned about the health care using Pennsylvania as the backup plan, when there are so many good choices in Buffalo. If someone is on Medicaid, would they be covered out of sate? And do most insurances cover Hamot and PA hospitals?

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Christopher

Oct-27-13 11:40 AM

By the way, I STRONGLY suggested that money was poured into Lakeshore to make it more attractive to a potential buyer. It was the game all along, in my opinion. So now, more of our New York State money for medical care can go to Pennsylvania! Eureka!

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Christopher

Oct-27-13 11:38 AM

How about this; why are renovations STILL going on at Lakeshore? Why didn't Lawrence get fired sooner? Why didn't Lawrence get fired until Lanski was out of town? Is the real reason Lakeshore was allowed to deteriorate due to the fact that most of it's patients were referred to Buffalo for specialists and not Hamot, but the Hamot group was stuck with it? LOTS of interesting questions and nobody in power seems to be asking any of them.

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commentor

Oct-27-13 8:54 AM

Another example of how mergers don't work!!! Not only did this not work but it brought down Brooks. When Ketchum left Brooks was in good shape. Lawrence,however,was a terrible manager. With all the stories about him I don't know why he isn't under investigation. But my point the merge didn't work.

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