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October 17,2010 The Hon. Andrew Cuomo c/o Andrew Cuomo 2010 Church Street Station P.O. Box 683 New York, NY 10008 In anticipation of your successful campaign for Governor of New York we, the undersigned, residents and visitors to the Lower West Side of Manhattan; call for your immediate attention to the closing of the District's medical center and trauma center, St. Vincent's Manhattan HospitaL Concern is increasing every day for the lives and safety of residents of Chelsea, Greenwich Village, SoHo and TriBeCa, as well as for the district's many "temporary residents"--notably tourists, workers in the Financial Center, and the populations of our several colleges and universities. There is no medical center of first resort for emergencies in the Holland and Lincoln Tunnels, Our elderly residents. have been profoundly impacted. Our children's lives are endangered by the absence of timely pediatric emergency services. Manhattan's remaining hospital emergency rooms and clinics are struggling to meet the increased patient load. We call your attention to recent articles in City Limits, the Daily News and others on the care crisis that has arisen since St. Vincent's Medical Center closed in ApriL We regard the existing hospital campus at 7th Avenue and West 12th Street as irreplaceable and the most expeditious and ideal location for the re-establishment of the facility. We expected leadership on the issue of our hospital by our elected officials and public health officials who are responsible for our safety. But to date, passivity and resignation continue where immediate action should have been taken to protect our lives and prevent needless suffering and deaths. We urge you to break your silence on this issue and to accomplish the replacement of our Lower West Side medical center and trauma center in the first phase of your new administration. ...

October 17, 2010 The Hon. Andrew Cuomo c/oAndrew Cuomo 2010 Church Street Station P.O. Box 683 New York, NY 10008 In anticipation of your successful campaign for Governor of New Yorkwe, the undersigned, residents and visitors to the Lower West Side of Manhattan, call for your immediate attention to the closing of the District's medical center and trauma center, St. Vincent's Manhattan Hospital. Concern is increasing every day for th e lives and safety of residents of Chelsea, Greenwich Village, SoHo and TriBeCa, as well as for the district's many "temporary residents's-notably tourists, workers in the Financial Center, and the populations of our several colleges and universities. There is no medical center of first resort for emergencies in the Holland and Lincoln Tunnels .. Our elderly residents have been profoundly impacted. Our children's lives are endangered by the absence oftimely pediatric emergency services. Manhattan's remaining hospital emergency rooms and clinics are struggling to meet the increased patient load. We call your attention to recent articles in City Limits, the Daily News and others on the care crisis that has arisen since 81. Vincent's Medical Center closed in April. We regard the existing hospital campus at 7th Avenue and West 12th Street as irreplaceable and the most expeditious and ideal location for-the re-establishmentof the facility. We expected leadership on the issue of our hospital by our elected officials and public health officials who are responsible for our safety. But to date, passivity and resignation continue where immediate action should have been taken to protect our lives and preventneedlesssuffering and deaths. We urge you to break your silence on this issue and to accomplish the replacement of our Lower West Side medical center and trauma center in the first phase of your new administration.

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October 17,2010 The Hon. Andrew Cuomo clo Andrew Cuomo 2010 Church Street Station P.O. Box 683 New York, NY 10008 In anticipation of your successful campaign for Governor of New York we, the undersigned, residents and visitors to the Lower West Side of Manhattan, callfor your immediate attention to the closing of the . District's medical center and trauma center, St. Vincent's Manhattan Hospital. Concern is increasing every day for the lives and safety of residents of Chelsea, Greenwich Village, SoHo and TriBeCa, as well as for the district's many "temporary residents's-notably tourists, workers in the Financial Center, and the populations of our several colleges and universities. There is no medical center of first resort for emergencies in the Holland and Lincoln Tunnels. Our elderly residents have been profoundly impacted, Our children's lives are endangered by the absence of timely pediatric emergency services, Manhattan's remaining hospital emergency rooms and clinics are struggling to meet the increased patient load. We call your attention to recent articles in City Limits, the Daily News and others on the care crisis that has arisen since St. Vincent's Medical Center closed in ApriL We regard the existing hospital campus at 7th Avenue and West 12th Street as irreplaceable and the most expeditious and ideal location for the re-establishment of the facility. We expected leadership on the issue of our hospital by our elected officials and public health officials who are responsible for our safety. But to date, passivity and resignation continue where immediate action should have been taken to protect our lives and prevent needless suffering and deaths. We urge you to break your silence on this issue and to accomplish the replacement of our Lower West Side medical center trauma center in the first phase of your new administration.

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October 17,21)10 The Hon. Andrew Cuomo clo Andrew Cuomo 2010 Church Street Station P.O. Box 683 New York, NY 10008 In anticipation of your successful campaign for Governor of New York we, the undersigned, residents and visitors to the Lower West Side of Manhattan, call for your. immediate attention to the closing of the District's medical center and trauma. center, St. Vincent's Manhattan Hospital. Concern is increasing every day for the lives and safety of residents of Chelsea, Greenwich Village, SoHo and TriBeCa, as well as for the district's many "temporary residents't-vnotably tourists, workers in the Financial Center, and the populations of our several colleges and universities. There is no medical center of first resort for emergencies in the Holland and Lincoln Tunnels .. Our elderly residents have been profoundly impacted. Our children's lives are endangered by the absence of timely pediatric emergency services. Manhattan's remaining hospital emergency rooms and clinics are struggling to meet the increased patient load. We call your attention to recent articles in City Limits, the Daily News and others on the care crisis that has arisen since St. Vincent's Medical Center closed in April. We regard the existing hospital campus at 7th Avenue and West 12th Street as irreplaceableand most-expeditious-and ideal location for the re-establishment of the facility. .... the

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