Randolph Hospital to cut 66 positions

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ASHEBORO, N.C. — Randolph Hospital is eliminating 66 positions due to state and federal budget cuts, according to the Asheboro Courier-Tribune.

The paper reports a letter from hospital president Steve Eblin was sent to employees on Thursday, announcing that the position will be eliminated by Oct. 1.

Sixteen of the positions being cut are currently vacant, the paper reports. In addition, the hospital will offer alternative positions to 15 of the people whose jobs are being eliminated.

The cuts are equivalent to $3 million in salaries, according to the paper.

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