I agree with most of what you say, however, there is a license issue. Leaving Hutcheson open and going with the tabled plan would be less complicated than trying to re-open the hospital. Bankruptcy should be the last resort (Hutcheson is close to it anyway).
As for extreme personal liability, one need not look further than, of course, Charles Stewart. In all of this mess one thing that has not been mentioned by any of the media is the money that was spent out of the bond. The bond was designed for " Capital Projects". We know that the only portion of the bond that was released was spent on the main entrance renovation and updating some patient rooms. The interior designer for these projects...prepare to be shocked...was Charles Stewart's wife.
More than a bankruptcy trustee, I believe a criminal investigator is in order.