In what's beginning to look like life support, St. Vincent's Hospital is getting another $6 million bail out from the state and banks. This time GE Capital and TD Bank have offered $5 million with the State Assembly chipping in another $1 million, says Gov. Paterson's office. Once again the Greenwich Village medical facility has been given a month to restructure its $700 million debt and look for a solution, but since the last cash infusion it hasn't come up with much: "They're not exactly sure how that's going to happen at this point, but I think they are working very hard," Randi Hoffman, spokesperson for the New York State Nurses Association told WNYC. Already the hospital has laid off 300 employees and handed pay cuts to the rest.