New York City hospitals begin moving sick babies, diverting ambulances as nurses' strike looms

Time is running out, with just four days left until a potential strike by New York City nurses at more than one major local hospital

But in a possible glimmer of desire, two larger hospitals reached agreements with the union on Wednesday night

Until then, the Mount Sinai health system is beginning to divert "most" ambulances from four of its centers and is transferring babies

according to a management memo. from the sanatorium to the staff. a duplicate of which was received by information four.

The memo from the leaders of Mount Sinai Hospital, Mount Sinai Morningside and Mount Sinai West makes it clear that most of issue

A Mount Sinai source told News 4 that there were more than 50 babies in the NICU at the location

The source who works within the health center went on to mention that the parents of these babies did not appear

Also, according to several members of the health centers and union representatives, nurses at Mount Sinai's neonatal

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