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Landmark Medical Center planning 'small' staff cuts

August 12, 2011

WOONSOCKET – Financially struggling Landmark Medical Center announced Thursday that “small cuts” in personnel are coming to the city hospital and the affiliated Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island to bring manpower in line with patient volume.
The hospital said the cuts mean services at Atwood Therapy in Johnston would be discontinued entirely. Patients will be steered to other Landmark facilities for treatment.

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