MetroWest Medical Center CEO resigns 1 year into tenure: 4 things to know

Framingham, Mass.-based MetroWest Medical Center CEO Jeffrey Liebman resigned Aug. 10, according to The MetroWest Daily News.

Here are four things to know:

1. Mr. Liebman assumed the role one year ago, overseeing MetroWest's campuses in Framingham and Natick, Mass.

2. A spokesperson from Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare, MetroWest's parent, told the Daily News that he "left to pursue other opportunities." She also said that he had left the role "on his own."

3. During his tenure, the hospital announced plans to make $12 million in capital investments. Mr. Liebman had also said the organization plans on adding 11 physicians this year.

4. MetroWest Chief Nursing Officer Andrew D. Harding will take over as interim CEO.

Becker's Hospital Review has reached out to the organization for comment. The article will be updated as more information becomes available.

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