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The hospital plans to continue investing in patient care as well as reducing staffing levels and administrative costs. The changes will save the hospital $1 million over two years, Kelleher said.
“We’re going to take a hard look at our operations now,” he said. “We’ve talked about hiring fewer staff, and this is a great time for us to do it.”
One of the biggest questions surrounding the hospital’s plans was whether it would be able to close a $4 million, $4.4 million shortfall in its reserve fund before the 2016-17 fiscal year. The hospital currently has more than $16 million in surplus money.
Alderman Jose Rey Sanchez, chairman of the public school and community services committee, was the committee’s chairman. He said he believes the hospital will be successful in reducing staffing levels while maintaining the same level of patient care that 샌즈 카지노was provided during its peak.
“We had the hospital operate at full capacity and the quality of care was excellent,” Sanchez said. “The budget does not go to our reserve fund, and there’s always a possibility of having this problem come up. This will go away and everyone is good.”
The hospital has one of the highest staff turnover rates in the metro. It was ranked seventh in the country in 2010-11 when the faci출장 마사지lity closed for new hospital construction and maintenance work.
In July, the hospital’s chief financial officer, Thomas Blatt, left to take a position at University of Arizona. The move left some faculty and staff upset. Some members of the faculty also had concerns about the staff being spread too thin.
After the board of trustees and board members discussed several options, Alderman Rey Sanchez said a second chance for the hospital to close a $4.4 million gap for the fiscal year would have been too great. The board agreed to add a $400,000 shortfall after considering new ways to ensure the hospital’s facilities, including its new emergency room, can operate efficiently without increasing staffing levels. The proposed reduction in annual operating costs will be used to cover the loss of some patient care, including staff costs and some costs in patient care.
With the hospital’s reserve fund close to the end of fiscal year 2014-15, the city is expecting $1 million more to be invested in the hospital, Kelleher said. The new reserve will help the hospital get an estimated $4.3 million back in the reserve fund, which is about one-third of what the hospita