St. Elizabeth Medical Center originally established in 1866, is planning to merge with the seaparate Faxton-St Luke's Healthcare, but this has not yet been accomplished. A separate C.O.N. process, beyond one for a new hospital was said to have begun.
The St. Elizabeth Medical Center campus has the College of Nursing, which oddly would not move downtown! This certainly further complicates any downtown "Eds & Meds" arguement. See the Utica Hospital Timeline.
Mr Paul Davidson, M.D.
St. Elizabeth Medical Center
2209 Genesee Street
Utica, NY 13501
SEMC will no longer be using this twitter handle - please follow our new system account at @mvhealthsystem for updates!— St. Elizabeth MC (@StElizabethMC) August 17, 2015
SEMC is a Catholic hospital and is affiliated with the Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities and the Syracuse Dioceses. In the raging new hospital debate, is there a Smoking Gun related to SEMC?
They tell us that a single board (MVHS) is running Utica's hospitals. That's not entirely true...
Yes, regarding reporters, ours of the "Investigative" kind- what of St Elizabeth's ownership, secrets of the past, transitions/transactions? pic.twitter.com/uwrAtygf6l— #NoHospitalDowntown (@NoHospitalDwtn) September 12, 2017
One "corporate" board, but what of the "Partners in Franciscan Ministries, Syracuse, NY"? Per ProPublica, EIN: 452279986?
Looking into FORM 990 PART VI, SECTION A, LINE 7A, "Answer "Yes" on line 7a if at any time during the organization's tax year there were one or more persons (other than the organization's governing body itself, acting in such capacity) that had the right to elect or appoint one or more members of the organization's governing body, whether periodically, or as vacancies arise, or otherwise. If "Yes," describe on Schedule O (Form 990 or 990-EZ) the class or classes of such persons and the nature of their rights."
Reading about Sole Member as we look into the various entities under MVHS. Also there are two different nursing unions, so is this the biggest reason they're seek a "new plot of land", and a new corporate name?
Furthermore, is this a Smoking Gun?
August 3, 2018 - This hospital cannot be fairly described as "100 years old"...
As we anticipate another #mvhshealthcast from @MVHealthSystem we wanted to point out $34.5M of investments made at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in @CityofUtica Much of this campus is not "100 years old".... R.I.P. #mvhsdowntown pic.twitter.com/vvIKH0YMt7— #NoHospitalDowntown (@NoHospitalDwtn) August 3, 2018
These renovations total $34.5M, plus there are many other additional new assets, which all make this a modern healthcare asset for both Oneida County and the City of Utica.
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