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Pa. revokes Hahnemann University Hospital’s state license

Pennsylvania Health Secretary Rachel Levine said, because the building doesn’t meet the definition of a hospital, her department has no choice but to revoke the license, rendering Hahnemann essentially unsupervised and unregulated while it still contains dangerous and confidential materials.

By Nina Feldman/WHYY

Judge puts freeze on sale of Hahnemann residency program — for now

The decision puts into limbo the hospital owners’ hopes for an infusion of funds to satisfy creditors and maintain minimal operations as the institution winds down.

By Nina Feldman/WHYY

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U.S. Justice Department will fight sale of Hahnemann residency program

DOJ lawyers argued the provider agreement cannot be transferred unless there is a change in ownership.
By Nina Feldman/WHYY

Residency sale stalemate hangs up ruling in Hahnemann bankruptcy

“We think this sets a dangerous precedent allowing hospitals to be sold for [their] parts."
By Nina Feldman/WHYY

Bankruptcy judge in Philadelphia to decide the future of Hahnemann Hospital’s residency slots

The federal government argues the sale of the residency programs is illegal.
By Nina Feldman/WHYY

Pa. Poor People’s Campaign to push poverty agenda at Philly hearing

The Pennsylvania Poor People’s Campaign launched in May to address what they call the “four evils”: systemic racism, poverty, the war economy and environmental degradation. It’s seen as an extension of the original campaign started by Martin Luther King in 1968 just days before he was assassinated.

By Aaron Moselle/WHYY

‘Particularly dark’ Labor Day for Philadelphia’s unemployed union workers

Final numbers are not out yet, but with Hahnemann University Hospital and the Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery closures, the city could be losing 2,500 union jobs.

By Catalina Jaramillo