Seneca Nation opposes closures at hospitals
The Seneca Nation of New York is considering legal action against the state over pending closures at two hospitals.

The tribe says it wasn't consulted about the closures of acute-care services at the Tri-County Memorial Hospital in Gowanda and at the Lake Shore Health Center in Irving. About 500 tribal members a year benefit from emergency services at the two hospitals.

The tribe and its members spend about $2 million for services at the two facilities.

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Hospital closings blasted by Senecas (The Buffalo News 3/14)

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