30 laid off as part of Crozer-Keystone’s cutbacks

    The layoffs at Crozer-Keystone Health System have begun.

    After announcing plans earlier this month to lay off 325 workers, the company has since let 30 employees go.
    According to the Inquirer, 22 managers and eight staff members have been let go and 216 people have taken buyouts.

    In an earlier interview with WHYY/NewsWorks’ Carolyn Beeler, Crozer-Keystone spokeswoman Kathy Scullin said the transition from inpatient to outpatient treatments was hurting the company’s bottom line.

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