Virginia health system to cut 133 jobs as it consolidates services

Newport News, Va.-based Riverside Health System is closing two senior care centers in Virginia in February, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

The system will close its senior care centers in Manchester and Hampton, Va., which are part of the system's Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly.

The closure of the centers will affect 133 employees. Riverside Health System is helping those employees find other positions within the system, Peter Glagola, a system spokesman, told the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Riverside Health System is closing the PACE centers in an attempt to consolidate its senior care centers after recording losses on its PACE program in the Richmond, Va., area in recent years. 

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