St. Mary's Regional Medical Center in Maine to Cut 25 Jobs

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St. Mary's Regional Medical Center in Lewiston, Maine, is eliminating up to 25 positions, according to a Sun Journal report.

A spokesperson for the 233-bed hospital said the number of employees expected to be affected by the job cuts is subject to change, according to the report.

Hospital CEO Lee Myles released a statement on the restructuring yesterday, saying, "The cuts and changes have been thoughtful and targeted rather than a simple workforce reduction. We have not been filling open positions. Wherever possible, we are trying to fill positions with affected employees based on their skills. In the process, some positions are being eliminated entirely, and we are losing valued colleagues and friends as a result."

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