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6 March 2013
at 6:52 a.m.
MetalDead - Check your own facts! I have played both the Tuba and the Flute and this lovely (who I do not know) little girls is correct! The flute is widely accepted as the instrument requiring the most air and woodwinds typically require greater air control. We can debate this if you want or you can google it - it is fact.
As far as you attitude about this artical - I am sorry for you to have nothing better in your life than jealousy of a middle school girl.
17 January 2013
at 10:35 a.m.
getagrip - Jennifer Riley is NOT the quality control officer at TMH - she is the Service Excellence Officer - the quality control officer is the only member of the administrative team that we have not heard from during all of this - Interesting since there have been several quality issues raised. This same person is responsible for all clinical oversite, quality and risk management - why is her integrity not a question - perhaps she is very good at managing her own risk hmmm……. -she is also behind many good people losing their jobs.
6 January 2013
at 2:53 p.m.
John Kincade's comment that 220 people feel like there is a death in the family illustrates just how out of touch the board is. To know how 220 people feel you have to leave the administrative hallway and ask people's opinion out of a public meeting. Employees are quiet because they are scared.
5 January 2013
at 8:57 a.m.
Abby - you got it. Where is the Chief Quality officer / Chief Nursing Officer / Chief Clinical Officer in all this? Yes- it is all the same person.
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