UPDATE Nov 23 - LRH: Officials Write Baker / Emergency Bill to Stop Hospital Closure #UPDATE

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The following press release is attached for your convenience. Thank you.

New Public Service Announcements Urge Residents To Help Save Laurel Regional Hospital

Supporters of the effort to keep Laurel Regional Hospital a full-service, acute care facility
are rolling out some powerful new Public Service Announcements.

One of the ads focuses on Hospital President John Spearman who was quoted in the Baltimore Sun as saying he “ didn’t appreciate how deeply this community loves this hospital and how strongly it is willing to fight for its success.”

Hold Ctrl Key and click on the followong link to view the PSA.

The second PSA highlights local residents and hospital workers who are worried about the impact that losing the hospital will have on the community.

Hold Ctrl Key and click on the link to view the PSA.

The ads urge residents to “Call, write, or email Governor Larry Hogan and demand the premier healthcare you’ve been promised and that your tax dollars are paying for”.

If you would like to add your voice to the conversation, contact Governor Hogan at 410-974-3901, 100 State Circle, Annapolis, MD, 21401 or email him at Governor.mail@maryland.gov.

Here is the contact information for Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker III: 14741 Governor Oden Bowie Drive, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772  countyexecutive@co.pg.md.us

Audrey Barnes
Director of Communications
City of Laurel
301-456-6430 (cell)
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UPDATE 2015.10.15
Healthcare union files temporary restraining order against Dimensions

State officials Write Baker to Stop Laurel regional Hospital Closing

Emergency Legislation to stop hospital closure