Fairview job cuts are latest for Minneapolis-area healthcare
Fairview Health Services has announced it is laying off 150 to 200 employees. Fairview is the owner of the University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview Southdale Hospital, and other medical facilities in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, and representatives said the job cuts are across the board and will occur through October. The reductions represent less than 1% of the workforce, and Fairview is also cutting overtime and delaying some maintenance projects.
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