Doctors say Long Island College Hospital in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, is selling hospital property so that its parent company, Continuum Health Partners, can take advantage of high real estate prices and divert resources to Manhattan hospitals like Beth Israel Medical Center. The doctors estimated $50 million in property has already been sold, and filed complaints with the State Health Department and attorney general’s office to remove themselves from Continuum.
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