“Generally, it’s not that much more new” in added cost to build rather than renovate, he said. Relevant experience Muller counts more than 40 years of experience working in health systems, including extensive work in partnering with other health care organizations. At age 67, Muller had retired and was focusing on hiking the Appalachian Trail for a few months, but his brother hurt his knee a few days into the trip and Muller said he decided to go for the interim job at Elliot Hospital. “I have done really what they need here, so it was just a perfect match,” Muller said. “My commitment is until we have a permanent partner and there’s a transition – whatever that is.” As CEO at the nonprofit Marquette General Hospital in Michigan, Muller led the process to sell the hospital to Duke LifePoint Inc., a publicly traded for-profit company. Elliot and Dartmouth-Hitchcock are nonprofit organizations. job negotiationThat deal with Duke LifePoint called for spending $300 million in capital improvements over a decade to renovate the Michigan hospital, which became for-profit. But Duke LifePoint decided to spend $330 million instead for a new hospital, Muller said. Marquette City Manager L.
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