In a sharp turnaround, California Pacific Medical Center will keep 28 patients currently at St. Luke’s Hospital who had been told earlier that they would have to leave the hospital by October 31. Now, the St. Luke’s facility will stay open until June 30, 2018, a memo from hospital staff to patients indicates. Moreover, once it closes, the 28 patients with needs like intravenous feeding and ventilator dependency will be able to remain in San Francisco at another California Pacific facility. It’s unclear if that will be the new facility next door or the center’s Davies campus in Duboce Triangle. Read Article Here.