2 top officials resign at NH Catholic hospital

May 20, 2010

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MANCHESTER, N.H.—Two top officials at a Catholic hospital in New Hampshire's largest city are no longer on the job.

Officials at Catholic Medical Center in Manchester won't comment on the reasons for the departures of Chief Financial Officer Kevin Kilday and Vice President for Corporate Communications Gail Winslow-Pine.

The New Hampshire Union Leader says their resignations were effective Tuesday.

CMC Vice President Raymond Bonito says he can't comment on the reasons for the departures beyond saying the two left to pursue other opportunities.

The hospital is considering an affiliation with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health.

Attorney General Michael Delaney is expected to announce later this week his review of the legality the proposed affiliation.


Information from: New Hampshire Union Leader,

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