The man who invaded Hillary Rodham Clintons New Hampshire campaign headquarterstaking several hostages before giving himself upwound up causing Frisbie Memorial Hospital in Rochester, N.H., to issue a cryptic statement from its chief executive.
Some news stories after the incident stated that Leeland Eisenberg, charged in the case, claimed he had sought treatment for his mental disorders at Frisbie but was turned away.
The statement from Frisbie President and CEO Al Felgar said that although the hospital could not release any information on whether or not Mr. Eisenberg ever received or sought treatment at Frisbie no one is ever denied treatment because they dont have health insurance or the ability to pay.
Joe Shield, vice president of planning for Frisbie, said several reports have implicated Frisbie. He clarified matterssort of, saying: All we wanted to do was clarify that when you come to our hospital you get care.