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"Im not a Bush fan,D. would buy itThat was not a major concern for Altru he said but "it was out there" He said it was a relief to doctors and the community when Altru bought it "This way the community would be in control of it and not an outside interest"Selling propertyFor Altru the purchase was related to its recruitment of new doctors and lack of space at its main campusThere were expansion plans in the works before the purchase Altru administrators had earlier said it changed the sequence of how they would expand and caused them to freeze construction of a $15 million clinic across the street from Doctors HospitalAccording to Ryan on Wednesday the purchase has also forced a two-year delay in expansion of the main campus and made the clinic space superfluous The property on South Washington is now for saleAltru’s 12000-square-foot sports medicine center inside the Choice Health and Fitness Center not far from there will still openOccupying Doctors Hospital is also taking extra time Ryan said because of the need to meet safety codes and secure accreditation "It’s in so much flux" he said "We have a lot of hoops to go through and a lot of planning to do"Phased in serviceWhat’s known so far is the 94000-square-foot hospital building will be used for family medicine and procedures that require no more than a one- or two-day stay such as knee-replacement surgery "The hearts and pneumonias will all go to the main hospital" at the main campus Ryan saidThere will not be an emergency room which had been part of Doctors Hospital’s plan but a walk-in clinic will be availableThe 100000-square-foot clinic that’s also part of the purchase would be home to a six-bed sleep lab; a center for physical occupational and speech therapy; a renal dialysis unit; same-day surgery; and a laboratory according to Brad Wehe Altru’s chief operating officer A nearby 40000-square-foot strip mall will sell wheel chairs and other medical equipment and suppliesA separate imaging center will house ultrasound CT scan x-ray and mammography servicesThe clinic will be open mid-May and other services will be phased in through the end of the year said Ryan and WeheReach Knudson at (701) 780-1107; (800) 477-6572 ext 107; or send e-mail to [email protected] notice "thanked me for my past service and said that my appointment was terminated effective immediately" said Patrick Sullivan an epidemiologist at Emory University who works on HIV testing programs He was appointed to a four-year term in May 2016The council known by the acronym PACHA has advised the White House on HIV/AIDS policies since its founding in 1995 Members who are not paid offer recommendations on the National HIV/AIDS Strategy a five-year plan responding to the epidemicThe group is designed to include "doctors members of industry members of the community and very importantly people living with HIV" said Scott Schoettes an attorney with the LGBT rights organization Lambda Legal "Without it you lose the community voice in policymaking"Schoettes was among those who quit in June and he went out with a fiery commentary in Newsweek "The Trump Administration has no strategy to address the ongoing HIV/AIDS epidemic seeks zero input from experts to formulate HIV policy and – most concerning – pushes legislation that will harm people living with HIV and halt or reverse important gains made in the fight against this disease" he wrote in the column"We tried to stick it out" Schoettes told The Washington Post on Friday "The fact is you’re dealing with a public health issue It’s not partisan at all"But the "writing was on the wall" he continued The Office of National AIDS Policy established in 1993 during the Clinton administration has not had a director since President Donald Trump took office "The tipping point for me was the president’s approach to the Affordable Care Act" Schoettes said "It is of great importance for people living with HIV like myself"The council’s executive director Kaye Hayes confirmed in a statement that all remaining council members had received letters Wednesday "informing them that the administration was terminating their appointments"She did not address when the administration might begin to make new appointments to the council which can number up to 25 members Its most recent meeting took place in August Sullivan said and by November an archived version of PACHA’s website shows the group was down to 10 members and two staff The website which says it was updated Dec 28 now shows two staff and no council members"Changing the makeup of federal advisory committee members is a common occurrence during administration changes" Hayes said in the statement "The Obama administration dismissed the George W Bush administration appointees to PACHA in order to bring in new voices All PACHA members are eligible to apply to serve on the new council that will be convened in 2018"The Washington Blade reported that termination letters were delivered without warning by way of FedEx Gabriel Maldonado chief executive of the LGBT and HIV/AIDS group Truevolution and a council member until this week said he could only speculate why the final members were fired"Like any administration they want their own people there" Maldonado an Obama appointee told the BladeBut Sullivan and Schoettes said that previous administrations had allowed members to serve full terms before appointing replacements "It is important to have a rolling transitioning body that crosses administrations that really has a set of diverse outlooks on the epidemic" Sullivan saidIn September Trump issued an executive order that continued PACHA and 31 other advisory bodies through fall 2019 A call for new council member nominations went out via a Dec 1 notice posted on the federal register The nomination period closes on TuesdaySullivan said he hoped that new members will "continue to engage around the issues that the previous PACHA brought up" Schoettes is not optimistic that the notice will attract qualified people"The only criteria for serving this president is loyalty" he said "From the [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] to this body to the FBI there is a real problem this president has with dialogue or dissent"Author information:Ben Guarino is a reporter for Speaking of Science U. 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