|(May 14, 2021, 10:05 p.m.) -- The license for MWN Community Hospital, LLC, obtained by LBREPORT.com from the CA Dept. of Public Health, indicates that of 10 Coronary Care beds, 10 are "suspended" (aren't licensed). This appears to leave no licensed Coronary Care Beds.
The license indicates that of 20 Intensive Care beds, 9 are suspended (leaving 11) and of 100 unspecified General Acute Care beds, 60 are suspended (leaving 40.)
"Effective January 4, 2021 the following units are approved: 11 Intensive Care beds on 2 South, 40 Unspecified General Acute Care beds on 2 East," states the license (effective April 29, 2021, expiring April 28, 2022.)
Pacific 6 (firm distributes media releases for Community Hospital) chose not to provide LBREPORT.com with a release (distributed early for May 12 release) announcing the hospital's Emergency Dept's opening and an associated photo op event. Coverage of the event appeared in the Pacific6 subsidiary owned/operated LBPost.com and the So Cal News Group's Press Telegram and co-owned Gazettes. LBREPORT.com requested a copy of the release from Pacific 6 shortly after dawn May 14; we received a copy near the end of the May 14 business day. LBREPORT.com independently sought and obtained the license from the CA Dept. of Public Health (licensing agency.)
Prior to publishing this story, LBREPORT.com invited comment (May 14, 6 p.m.) from Community Hospital's Pacific6 media contact.
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