HAYWARD//ST. ROSE HOSPITALApril 23, 2012 | Despite the approval last week of a joint powers agreement by the Alameda County Board of Supervisors and nearby Washington Township Health Care Distict hoping to stave off bankruptcy at St. Rose Hospital in Hayward, the struggling facility is still flirting with another local health care district.During a meeting of … Continue reading Interim St. Rose CEO Says He Would Welcome Being Part Of Eden Township
ST. ROSEMar. 29, 2012 | The fundraising drive to save St. Rose Hospital from financial ruin has already brokered most of estimated $18 million the facility needs to stay in operation for the next six months, said the director of Alameda County Healthcare Services.Alex Briscoe, who heads the county's health care mechanism, said between $10-$14 million … Continue reading St. Rose Gaining Recapitalization Money
SAN LEANDRO HOSPITALMar. 27, 2012 | Just as arrangements are being made to prop the struggling St. Rose Hospital in Hayward, the director of county health care services says San Leandro Hospital can be rescued in some form regardless of the outcome of the Eden Township District’s lawsuit against Sutter Health. “We need to ensure … Continue reading County Official Says San Leandro Hospital Can Be Saved, But In What Form?
ASSEMBLY 20Mar. 22, 2012 | In an interview earlier ths month, Hayward Councilman Bill Quirk, a candidate for the 20th Assembly District, playfully questioned an article last year in The Citizen stating his brief foray into the waters of San Leandro Hospital and Sutter Health may have turned out to be a political waste of … Continue reading Quirk’s Good Fortune With County Healthcare’s Revolving Door Of Solutions
Mar. 19, 2012 | The fight to keep St. Rose Hospital afloat will go on without Michael Mahoney. The Hayward hospital's long-time chief executive offered his resignation last Friday, according to a hospital source.Despite repeated efforts over the past nine months by Mahoney and the hospital's board of directors to secure funding and support for keeping the struggling facility … Continue reading St. Rose CEO Resigns As Hospital Searches For A Medical Miracle
HEALTH CAREMar. 12, 2012 | Alameda County Supervisor Nadia Lockyer's recent bout with addiction has obvious personal ramifications after she reportedly entered rehabilitation for drug and alcohol dependency in February. While the shorthanded Board of Supervisors has done its best to move forward in her absence, some of the most vulnerable county residents may now face the consequences of … Continue reading Lockyer’s Absence From Board Of Supervisors May Affect The Fate Of Hospital
HEALTH CAREPrem Reddy, founder of PrimeMar. 9, 2012 | Several Alameda County and Hayward officials say Prime Healthcare, the controversial Southern California care provider under state investigation for its business practices, has shown interest in purchasing the struggling St. Rose Hospital. Nearby Washington Hospital agreed Feb. 22 to allocate St. Rose $2 million for short-term operations. The Washington … Continue reading Controversial Health Care Provider May Be An Option For St. Rose