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Broward Health Boots CEO Amid Staff Warnings

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Broward Health’s new Interim CEO/President Pauline Grant is welcomed Wednesday by Commissioner Christopher T. Ure

Amid a sweeping new demand for records from the governor’s office, Broward Health governing board voted Wednesday to replace its chief executive and put its controversial general counsel on a 30-day review plan.

The votes followed unprecedented warnings from taxpayer-supported Broward Health’s top doctors and non-medical staff that its administration has become so dysfunctional that without help its flagship public hospital, the former Broward General Medical Center, is 30 days away from being forced to shut down.

“Patient care at Broward General is hanging by a thread,” said hospital chief of staff Dr. Louis Yogel.

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By Dan Christensen, FloridaBulldog.org, Special to SouthFloridaReporter.com, Mar. 17, 2016 

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