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SEARHC Recovering From $4 Million Loss Last Year

By | April 24, 2012

Big changes are in the works at Southeast Alaska’s largest private employer.

The Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium, or SEARHC, has a hospital in Sitka, doctors in Juneau, a variety of clinics, and roughly 1,000 employees. The organization is working to recover from a $4 million loss in the last year. That has meant changes to benefits, and a hiring slow-down, among other things.

New Chief Executive Charles Clement is behind a lot of those changes.

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