OBGYNS in New York are taking a hit.
One OBGYNY union is suing to get the state $100,000 to cover the cost of a new medical center.
But it’s not the first time that OBGYNAuts has taken a hit as the state wrestles with an opioid epidemic.
The union last month filed a class-action lawsuit against the state over the cost to the state of erecting the facility.
A union representative for the state told The Associated Press on Thursday that the union has not yet filed the lawsuit and that it is not expecting it.
The lawsuit, which seeks unspecified damages, also accuses the state and local health departments of negligent or unlawful acts.
In October, the union filed a lawsuit against Gov.
Andrew Cuomo for the cost that the state spent on a new nursing home, which the union contends was too expensive.
Boudreau said that if the state loses the lawsuit, she expects the state to continue to pay for the nursing home and the cost for erecting it. “
We’re trying to find ways to address it,” she said.
Boudreau said that if the state loses the lawsuit, she expects the state to continue to pay for the nursing home and the cost for erecting it.
The state did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
At the time of the nursing homes construction, the state said that construction was delayed because of the opioid epidemic and that the construction could take several years.
New York is home to about 25,000 primary care OBGYNTies, or about 20% of the state’s OBGYTNies.
While the state is spending more on primary care than it did a decade ago, there are concerns about the cost.
According to a report released last month by the New York City Office of Health Care Reform, the average primary care doctor costs about $85,000 in health care and related expenses.
The study said that primary care doctors who serve New York state must spend about $200,000 per year to stay in their positions.
When Cuomo was in office, he also pushed to add more primary care physicians, a goal that has been unsuccessful.
Since taking office in 2015, Cuomo has increased funding for primary care, but some of the funding has been tied to the opioid and fentanyl epidemic.