Information Session To Be Held Tomorrow On Long Island College Hospital Proposals

February 6, 2014

New York City — As part of the open and transparent process to seek a new health care provider in the Long Island College Hospital (LICH) community, the State University of New York tomorrow will hold an Information Session during which bidders will publicly present the details of their submissions before members of the SUNY Board of Trustees.

The session is an opportunity for Trustees and the public to hear more about the plans. However, the Board will not be taking any official action at this time.

Date:              Friday, Feb. 7
Time:              10 a.m. - Noon
Location:        SUNY Global Center
                      116 East 55th Street
                      New York, NY

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