U.S. Representative Bobby L. Rush (D-IL.) applauded the news that MetroSouth Medical Center will reopen to serve quarantined coronavirus patients just days after the Congressman called on Governor Pritzker to use his executive authorities to reopen the facility amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“I am beyond delighted to see that the new owners of MetroSouth Medical Center, Lockwood Development Partners, will reopen the healthcare facility in order to serve coronavirus patients who are fighting for their lives against this dreaded disease,” said Rep. Rush. “As the number of coronavirus cases across my district and the entire state and nation continue to rise, it is imperative that our healthcare infrastructure is able to accommodate as many patients as possible, particularly low-income patients who may lack the necessary healthcare coverage. The reopening of MetroSouth will help to achieve that goal.
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