University of Iowa Hospitals to cut staff with layoffs, attrition
Officials at the University of Iowa Hospitals announced it will cut its work force through layoffs, retirements, and attrition. The hospital, a 680-bed facility with an annual budget of about $860 million, has already trimmed its expenses by $23 million for the fiscal year ending June 30, officials said.
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