By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Pennsylvania's plan to shut down Philadelphia State Hospital, also known as Byberry, has been postponed indefinitely. The plan to close the 629-bed facility was halted after three former patients, released because of the pending closure, were found drowned, according to an article by Douglas Kight that appeared in the November 6, 1989 issue of Health Week.
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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Pennsylvania's plan to shut down Philadelphia State Hospital, also known as Byberry, has been postponed indefinitely. The plan to close the 629-bed facility was halted after three former patients, released because of the pending closure, were found drowned, according to an article by Douglas Kight that appeared in the November 6, 1989 issue of Health Week.
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