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January 03, 2005
San Jose Medical Center
The Save San Jose Medical Center Coalition needs the help of neighborhood organizations, SNI/NAC participants and other interested community groups. The future of the San Jose Hospital Site will be discussed at the January 11th City Council meeting and we would appreciate your help in the form of a letter to the Mayor and City Council supporting the following points:
Public officials should officially affirm the conclusions of the recently released Closure Impact Study. The study highlights the current and future demand for hospital facilities and provides evidence of the shortage of acute care medical facilities in San Jose.
Public officials should proactively asses the options for reestablishing an acute care hospital at the Santa Clara Street site. This should be a high priority issue and the City Council should take all necessary and appropriate actions for the greater good of the community.
Zoning for the former San Jose Medical Center property must remain public/hospital.
Letters should be mailed by January 6th, 2005 to the Mayor and City Council, 801 North First Street, San Jose, CA 95112. The topic is Item 4.3 at the 1:30 PM, January 11th City Council Meeting.