By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Four state-run, Columbia, South Carolina-based psychiatric hospitals will consolidate in the fall of 2001, with one chief executive officer to lead them, said George Gintoli, Director of the South Carolina Department of Mental Health. There are six candidates for the new chief executive job, said Mr. Gintoli. The consolidation is expected to save about $1 million in costs and increase efficiency, but it also means an undetermined number of employees will lose their jobs. Mr. Gintoli said . . .
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By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Four state-run, Columbia, South Carolina-based psychiatric hospitals will consolidate in the fall of 2001, with one chief executive officer to lead them, said George Gintoli, Director of the South Carolina Department of Mental Health. There are six candidates for the new chief executive job, said Mr. Gintoli. The consolidation is expected to save about $1 million in costs and increase efficiency, but it also means an undetermined number of employees will lose their jobs. Mr. Gintoli said . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Four state-run, Columbia, South Carolina-based psychiatric hospitals will consolidate in the fall of 2001, with one chief executive officer to lead them, said George Gintoli, Director of the South Carolina Department of Mental Health. There are six candidates for the new chief executive job, said Mr. Gintoli. The consolidation is expected to save about $1 million in costs and increase efficiency, but it also means an undetermined number of employees will lose their jobs. Mr. Gintoli said . . .
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