Grady Memorial Hospital cuts 150 jobs
Atlanta-based Grady Memorial Hospital has announced 150 job cuts, in response to severe economic pressures and an increase in indigent patients, officials said. Among those who left was the head of the hospital's cancer center. The job cuts included about 140 layoffs, and about 10 positions that were not filled. The laid off included staff in the departments that focus on purchasing, nurse scheduling, and legal services, and also include one ultrasound technician.
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