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Cheryl Jolda, an intensive care unit nurse at Hubbard Regional Hospital, checked on her patients in the six-bed unit at the start of her shift last week.

Webster hospital struggles for its survival

Mismanagement seen hastening problems

By Christopher Rowland
Globe Staff / June 13, 2005

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WEBSTER -- Cheryl Jolda drew her first breath in Hubbard Regional Hospital's maternity ward in 1958. She worked in the cafeteria as a teenager. In 1980, she became a nurse and has cared for Hubbard patients ever since. (Full article: 2035 words)

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