Lawrence General Hospital CEO Dianne Anderson to step down

Dianne Anderson, president and CEO of Lawrence (Mass.) General Hospital, is resigning Nov. 6, according to The Eagle-Tribune.

Ms. Anderson has served as leader of the hospital for 10 years. Hospitals officials told the Tribune that Ms. Anderson wants to "take on new professional challenges."

During her tenure, the hospital invested in more specialized acute services and added outpatient services. The hospital also underwent expansions under her leadership.

Deb Wilson, Lawrence General Hospital's executive vice president, will serve as interim CEO.

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