Williams to Hold Virtual Meeting on Brandywine Hospital

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COATESVILLE, PA — State Rep. Dan Williams, D-Chester, will hold a virtual meeting on the closure of Brandywine Hospital and healthcare concerns in the community at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25, on Facebook.

“I’m holding this virtual meeting to offer concerned residents the opportunity to hear and ask the questions about Brandywine Hospital’s closure on January 31,” Williams said. “Although the hospital closing is biggest and most recent blow to a community suffering with poor healthcare services, I believe that residents will come away from the meeting hopeful after having heard the larger picture of the healthcare solutions being considered in the district.”

Williams will be joined by Vanessa Briggs, president & CEO, The Alliance for Health Equity.

“At The Alliance for Health Equity, ‘Community Voice’ is a major strategy that we uphold as we partner with others to be inclusive and listen to the community,” Briggs said. “Keeping the community informed regarding the Brandywine Hospital closure is critically important, and I applaud Rep. Dan Williams for hosting a virtual townhall to not only communicate the tireless efforts of local leaders and government officials to address the disruption of health services, but also creating space to hear the concerns from the community.”

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The virtual meeting will be streamed here: https://www.facebook.com/RepDanWilliams.

Residents will be able to pose questions in the chat section underneath the streamed video.

Any questions regarding the virtual meeting can be addressed to Williams’ office by calling (484) 200-8256.

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