New head of Morton Plant Mease Health Care must navigate tough times
Glenn D. Waters, the new president of Florida-based Morton Plant Mease Health Care is taking over in interesting times—just as the economy is teetering and the new powers-that-be in Washington, DC, are poised to tackle healthcare reform. Waters is now in charge of four hospitals: Morton Plant in Clearwater, Mease Dunedin Hospital in Dunedin, Mease Countryside in Safety Harbor, and Morton Plant North Bay in New Port Richey. In this Q and A with the St. Petersburg Times, Waters discusses the task ahead.
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