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Ministry announces cuts to workforce

Health care organization says it plans to eliminate 225 to 250 full-time equivalent positions

3:54 PM, May 22, 2013
A bus pulls into its stop at Ministry Saint Clare's Hospital in Weston in January. Ministry Health Care plans a reduction in workforce, the organization announced May 21.
A bus pulls into its stop at Ministry Saint Clare's Hospital in Weston in January. Ministry Health Care plans a reduction in workforce, the organization announced May 21.
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Ministry Health Care plans to lay off hundreds of employees as its patient load and insurance reimbursement rates have declined and the federal sequestration bill has taken effect.

Ministry operates Saint Clare's Hospital in Weston, Saint Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield, Saint Michael's Hospital in Stevens Point and Good Samaritan Health Center in Merrill, among other locations. It made the layoff announcement in a statement issued May 21.

"We don't have a final number of impacted employees, but we anticipate it will be approximately 225-250 FTEs, or full-time equivalents, across ...

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