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Health care changes with times

Competitors collaborate to meet demand

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After Long Beach Medical Center was destroyed in Hurricane Sandy and the community had to figure out a long-term plan to rebuild, the state urged them to look north to Clifton Park. Both Long Beach, on Long Island, and Clifton Park are growing bedroom communities with significant populations in need of significant health care. But in 2012, the prospect of building or even rebuilding a full-service hospital was an unlikely one in New York, where ...


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