Florida hospital lays off employees

Venice (Fla.) Regional Bayfront Health has reduced its workforce, hospital officials confirmed to the Venice Gondolier Sun.

The officials did not disclose the number of layoffs.

"We recently identified new efficiencies and implemented staff changes across various departments. The changes affect less than 2 percent of our workforce," Julie Beatty, marketing manager with Venice Regional, told the newspaper.

"We value all of our staff members and regret the personal impact these changes will have," she added. "Individuals whose positions have been eliminated are being supported with severance and outplacement services."

Ms. Beatty said the hospital will "continue to evaluate and strengthen the services we offer to position the hospital for the future."

Venice Regional Bayfront Health is a 312-bed, acute care hospital. The hospital has reportedly halted plans for a new due to the repeal of Florida's certificate of need process.


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