SADDLE BROOK, N.J. – State researchers have reported that the New Jersey surgery center has had more than 3,000 patients in the liver, B hepatitis and hepatitis C use a poor drug method, old-fashioned out-of-control control and acceptable sterilization practices.
The findings of the Saddle Brook HealthPlus Surgery Center were included in a report from the Health Department's Health Department on Friday.
The center closed in September for three weeks after the officials received a complaint. Two workers were shot after the revelations, with almost 3,800 patients suffering from the disease.
People have been tested, but authorities have not reported illness.
The Center Nursing Director resigned on the day before the installation closes. But the prosecutor of the center said that it was not related to complaint and closure.