Judge approves sale of Long Beach Medical Center

A judge has approved the sale of the

A judge has approved the sale of the closed facility to South Nassau Communities Hospital.

LONG BEACH - Long Beach Medical Center could soon be seeing patients again.
 
A judge has approved the sale of the closed facility to South Nassau Communities Hospital.

Long Beach Medical Center has been closed since Superstorm Sandy.
 
A bankruptcy judge gave the go ahead for the sale of the hospital to Oceanside's South Nassau Community Hospital.

The hospital wants to turn the facility into a walk-in clinic and 24-hour emergency department.
 
The walk-in clinic could open as soon as this summer. 
     

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