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ripshin

Posted 9:49 am, 10/16/2019

She should have been fired like she has done to so many others, but at least there is a reason for her being fired unlike some of the others she fired, just because she didn't like them.

siIlentdogwood

Posted 9:22 am, 10/16/2019

I thought the board has to sign confidentiality agreements. Are they allowed to discuss what happens in the board meetings?

maingate

Posted 9:20 am, 10/16/2019

Finnie, just admit it, you really don't know what is going down.
Also you have no clue about what the board can do.Go ahead ask
one of the members .****, Novant was just as glad
to get rid of her.

aFicIoNadoS

Posted 9:09 am, 10/16/2019

In this one, there are several of you

coolshade

Posted 9:05 am, 10/16/2019

In almost any group discussion there is always a small minority who refuse to accept their irrelevance to the conversation at hand.

aFicIoNadoS

Posted 6:53 am, 10/16/2019

You're proving to be about as smart as most Carolina fans. The ceo doesn't work for the board. So the board can't fire the ceo or make the ceo do anything.

DeanSmith4Life

Posted 6:10 am, 10/16/2019

The board talked about firing her but there was a few who didn't want to be that confrontational. So they decided to give her the choice of how she was going to leave. This so-called retirement announcement is so she can get out without being publicly disgraced. But that ain't gonna happen. I'm gonna use Laura's favorite line - HERE'S THE DEAL. Everybody is gonna know she isn't leaving On her own. We will see to that. The board told the old fraud to pack up. Won't be long until the followers get the same treatment. Somebody wake the CNO up and tell her to make sure her resume is current.

maingate

Posted 5:34 am, 10/16/2019

This was not her choice. The board made this decision after months of investigations.Novant was informed of their decision that Her services were no longer needed. The board made 2 mistakes though, not doing it a long time ago and not outright firing her.

DeanSmith4Life

Posted 5:16 am, 10/16/2019

The old fraud is not leaving because she chose to. The board finally realized what was going on and told her she was out. She could resign, she could announce her retirement or she could get fired. To save face she chose retirement. Adios, Laura!! We won't miss you! Your little gang of followers will be next.

ashehikingmom

Posted 9:29 pm, 10/15/2019

I find it funny when someone that people have beef with announce their retirement it automatically means they are being ran off. It could mean that they have decided to retire and it is on their own accord. 👀🤷"♀️

Go home now

Posted 9:28 pm, 10/15/2019

The CFO should be fired. The CNO should be fired. Terrible boss and is not knowledable about anything healthcare related
The infectious control fat brown tooth woman should be fired.
Party time is now over!

coolshade

Posted 6:29 pm, 10/15/2019

Those who have the proper insight into the last seven years all wish that the problem had been addressed sooner. But it's being addressed now. The Trustees (most of them, anyway) as well as Novant are coming to terms with what has been occurring and I believe you'll see both parties more engaged at least in the short term. This should help some of the turnover. Most of the Trustees want to see the hospital be the best it can, although the obstacles mentioned previously are going to be quite difficult to overcome.

jack rip her

Posted 6:28 pm, 10/15/2019

The board is about as useless as tits on a boar hog. Does that help you people understand?

beenthereseenit

Posted 5:39 pm, 10/15/2019

There have been so many employees that was given the choice of 'be fired or resign'. Karma is a wonderful thing

aFicIoNadoS

Posted 5:39 pm, 10/15/2019

What do you not get about the fact that the board has no authority over a Novant employee? They couldn't call for anyone's resignation. They could only ask Novant to make a change. That's not what got this done.

jack rip her

Posted 5:30 pm, 10/15/2019

She can break the place and blow several more out the door between now and December 31. They didn't do what was expected of them to do. It may very well cost the hospital from several fronts unless she has no power. The favor was not fully Paid Fins.

coolshade

Posted 5:09 pm, 10/15/2019

I can assure everyone that this was a Board decision and subsequently a Board action. An overwhelming majority of Trustees elected to bring the CEO's tenure at Ashe Memorial to an end. She was given the choice of resigning, retiring or being fired. She chose retirement. The press releases will contain the expected gratuities thanking her for her service, but her departure is a direct result of her job performance.

maingate

Posted 5:03 pm, 10/15/2019

Retiring at the end of the year. The board did let her save face

Tabs

Posted 5:00 pm, 10/15/2019

Isn't she staying until the end of the year?

maingate

Posted 4:24 pm, 10/15/2019

Employees made their case with solid proof and presented to the board members of AMH. This was a slow meticulous process that took months to complete. With so much evidence the board did the right thing. Well almost.. they let her retire instead of out right firing her.

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