Boston hospital cuts include managers, nurses
Boston Globe, March 31, 2008
Caritas Carney Hospital in Boston has cut 55 jobs, including managers, nurses, and secretaries. Despite the cuts, the hospital has seen increasing patient volumes that have put its performance ahead of its financial projections for the current fiscal year. The hospital now awaits a consultant's report that could lead to other major changes at the community teaching hospital.
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