Tennessee-based medical center to cut staff positions
The Tennessean, February 20, 2008
Middle Tennessee Medical Center in Murfreesboro has started notifying employees that less than 3 percent of its 1,200-member work force will face layoffs. Administrators are shrinking their work force to improve efficiency, but MTMC will adhere to national standards for operating a hospital efficiently, said a hospital spokesman.
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