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St. Luke's Hospital, in Pieta, Malta, was one of three state-run hospitals on the island nation that was being operated by Steward Health Care. In January 2023, it was reported to be in a state of neglect and abandonment. The other public hospitals run by Steward under contract with the Maltese government are Karin Grech Hospital in Msida and Gozo General Hospital in Victoria.
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The financially struggling health system, which owns eight hospitals in Florida, has been under contract with the Maltese government to run three public hospitals that have been under investigation by authorities on the island nation.
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