MADERA, CA: Children's Hospital, CEO agree to part ways
Dr. Gordon Alexander, chief executive officer at Children's Hospital Central California, is leaving the organization. The hospital, in a brief press release issued Monday, said Alexander and the board of trustees "mutually agreed to end their association effective November 15, 2011." Jeff Mayer, chairman of the board of trustees, said "We are very thankful for Dr. Alexander's contributions, dedication and loyalty to the hospital, and we wish him all the success in his future endeavors." Mayer would not elaborate on why Alexander is leaving.
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