Connecticut hospital set to lay off nearly 80
AP/Hartford Courant, June 3, 2009
Officials from Connecticut-based Greenwich Hospital say they are planning to lay off close to 80 workers. Hospital president Frank Corvino says the layoffs are because of fewer patients and a decrease in funding. Officials say most of the hospital departments will be affected but patient care and safety will not.
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