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Female doctors sue CHS, say male physician paid 'substantially more' for same work

By The Charlotte Observer  
   September 12, 2017

Three female doctors allege they have been paid substantially less than their male counterpart in a federal lawsuit filed against Carolinas HealthCare System on Monday. The lawsuit says that a male coworker, who worked as a hospital pediatrician, was paid “substantially more” than the three female doctors for doing the same job. The doctors are suing their Concord employer, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority, which does business as NorthEast Physician Network, and is an affiliate of Carolinas HealthCare.

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