VIDEO. Without Seton Daly City and Coastside Seton, northern San Mateo County residents will have to go to San Francisco, or south. How will Attorney General Becerra weigh in on this crucial sale? Remote meeting date 7/6/2020.
Seton Daly City has 357 licensed beds.
Seton Coastside has:
- 116 skilled nursing beds
- 7 treatment bays
- 5 acute care beds
Serves 5,000 patients a year.
- Brief summary of meeting process @ 0.24 minutes
- Overview of sale history and transaction of seller Verity (former Daughters of Charity) and buyer AHMC @ 0.48 minutes minutes.
- Health impact report at 5:00 minutes
- Dr. Coleman Ryan (retired cardiologist, Seton, 23 years), ~ @ 29:15 “The Seton Cardio-Cath lab does more procedures than either than Stanford and UCSF.”
- Dr. Thomas Hazelhurst, Medical Director for Post-acute Care at Seton. They have 199 beds, 20% of all acute beds in San Mateo County @ 41:20 minutes. Of their 199 beds, due to strict Covid-19 protocols, the acute care has had ZERO Covid positive tests.
- Employees want AHMC to commit to the employees. Employees have agreed to:
- take deep cuts to their retirement and health insurance
- a wage freeze
- forfeit of their extended sick leave bank out upon retirement; not even enough time to recover from Covid.
Have a Comment for Public Record?
REMOTE: Attorney General Public Hearing on Proposed Sale of Seton Hospitals; Mon July 6 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
A public meeting will be held on July 6, 2020 at 10AM on the proposed sale of Seton and Seton Coastside, to AHMC by the current owner, Verity Health.
To attend the public meeting, use this Bluejeans meeting: https://primetime.bluejeans.com/a2m/live-event/uzddfwfa
The 97 page analysis of the proposed sale is available from the Office of the Attorney General at this link .
A purchase agreement was entered into on March 30, 2020, but will not be final until approved by the Attorney General.