Texas medical center lays off 6 employees

Woodland Heights Medical Center in Lufkin, Texas, laid off six employees this month, according to a KTRE report.

Hospital CEO Kyle Swift attributed the layoffs to a staffing adjustment.

"The hospital made a small adjustment to our staffing to align with the number of patients who are seeking our services," he said in an email to KTRE. "As a result of that adjustment, six individuals are no longer employees at the hospital."

The report did not detail which positions were affected.

 

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