Why Washington hospital has been struggling for months: Why now?

A week after Washingtons new hospital was shut down, officials are still trying to get to the bottom of why the hospital shut down.

The state Health Department says it has no plans to reopen the hospital.

But a spokesman for the governor says he will hold a press conference today at 1 p.m. to discuss the situation.

We have no plan to reopen this hospital.

I’m not going to tell you what I’m going to do to get it reopened.

We’ll wait for the state to do that.

It has been a slow recovery.

We’ve lost a lot of patients.

It’s been a huge disruption.

The hospital has reopened to the public.

But it’s still operating under the care of a nurse practitioner who was a volunteer at the hospital until her contract ended last week.

The nurse practitioner was supposed to help staff find and treat patients who had become sick.

When that nurse practitioner quit the hospital to go home to her family, the hospital announced that she was no longer a volunteer.

Now, she’s back, but she’s still not working.

The Washingons spokesperson says they will have no further comment about the nurse practitioner.

We’re not allowed to talk about her.

But Washingon Health and Hospitals said that it had no plans for the nurse-practitioner to return to the hospital at the end of March.

So, she was let go without a proper explanation.

That was very, very troubling, the spokesperson says.

The spokesperson said the hospital was not in a position to make a full assessment of the situation and that it would be irresponsible to speculate.

So we’re waiting to see what the state does.

So if you’ve been affected by the hospital closure, how have you been impacted?

The first thing is to get a sense of what’s going on with the patients that have been here for some time.

We haven’t had a lot on the medical side of things.

So for those patients that haven’t been seen by us, we’re going to get that information, which is what we did with the staff at the beginning of the week.

But then for the other patients that were seeing us in the last two weeks, the staff, I think they’re a little overwhelmed.

We had about 500 people, we had some very good quality of life patients, but that was just our initial impression.

But the more we have, we’ll be able to say, how long have you had this problem?

And then we’ll start talking about our plan for the future, and hopefully we can make it better.

Are you worried that some people might get infected with HIV?

Well, that’s a different question.

If we have more information, we can start looking at that.

But we have to get the people who were here when the closure happened, and the staff who were there, to see if we can figure out how to reopen their care.

What was your goal for the hospital when it was closed?

We had an emergency plan that we were developing to address the situation, and we were doing that, but we were also trying to figure out what the best way to address that is.

I think the key was to get as much information as we could about the situation before we closed it.

But at that point, we were really looking for people to get tested and to get their records checked out.

And we were hoping that they would come back to work and start working again.

When you were out there, what did you see?

We were all working in our different capacities, so there were a lot more people than we had initially thought.

And there were people who just really had no idea what was going on.

How have you seen patients in the hospital?

The staff had a pretty good idea what they were dealing with.

We knew what was happening, but the nurses had not.

They were all volunteers, and they were trying to do their job.

They’d be sitting in a room with a patient and the patient wouldn’t be here, so they’d be getting tests and they’d ask the nurse what was wrong, and she’d say, you know, she had this virus.

So they just went with it, and that’s how they did their jobs.

How long have they been gone?

It’s hard to say.

They had been gone for about six months.

It took us six months to figure this out, and when we finally got it figured out, we saw about 40 patients in one day, and about 20 in a day, a very rapid rate.

But I have no idea how many people have been gone.

We were able to identify about 60 people in one year, which we didn’t expect.

So that was really, really, very encouraging.

Are there any other hospitals that have closed because of the virus?

We have two hospitals that are closed.

The first one closed because the virus was detected.

We are still testing patients.

And they have had some negative tests.

We expect the next