University of Miami Hospital began layoffs this month as part of a restructuring of the UHealth system of medical centers, community clinics and physicians, administrators said. UM declined to say how many employees would lose their jobs, but a spokeswoman said that there are no plans for across-the-board layoffs.
University of Miami Hospital began layoffs this month as part of a restructuring of the UHealth system of medical centers, community clinics and physicians, administrators said. UM declined to say how many employees would lose their jobs, but a spokeswoman said that there are no plans for across-the-board layoffs. TIM CHAPMAN Herald File
University of Miami Hospital began layoffs this month as part of a restructuring of the UHealth system of medical centers, community clinics and physicians, administrators said. UM declined to say how many employees would lose their jobs, but a spokeswoman said that there are no plans for across-the-board layoffs. TIM CHAPMAN Herald File

UM Hospital layoffs part of push for more outpatient care and higher revenues

May 24, 2017 02:22 PM

UPDATED May 24, 2017 05:03 PM

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