MDs at Beverly, MA, hospital vote to rebuff hospital’s executive
Boston Globe, May 15, 2008
Doctors at Beverly (MA) Hospital have taken a vote of no confidence in its chief executive, Stephen R. Laverty, citing frustration with his management. The move was prompted by Laverty's alleged lack of communication and support in recent years, said several doctors. The expression of dissatisfaction isn't binding and does not require a response, but puts pressure on Laverty and the board to make changes and improve relations with doctors.
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