Seton Hospital Update by San Mateo County Supervisor David Canepa

South San Francisco, CA    September 12, 2018   Press Release

Canepa urges AG Becerra to uphold law related to Verity deal 

Seton’s patients and employees are relying on the laws that govern hospital sales in California to be honored

REDWOOD CITY – San Mateo County Supervisor David J. Canepa sent the following letter to California state Attorney General Xavier Becerra today to urge his office to uphold the conditions established when the Daughters of Charity sold six hospitals to Verity Health in 2015, including Seton Medical Center in Daly City. Verity filed for bankruptcy Aug. 31. The Attorney General’s conditions of approval included that Seton be maintained as a full-service acute care hospital with emergency services for 10 years from the point of sale.

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