November 9, 2018

Around the nation: Retired neurosurgeon and nurse donate $5M to hospital

Daily Briefing

    John Moseley, a retired neurosurgeon, and his wife Cheryl, a retired RN, donated a $5 million estate gift to St. Vincent Neuroscience Center at St. Vincent Healthcare, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Florida, Montana, and Oregon.

    • Florida: South Florida Behavioral Health Network has named John Newcomer as president and CEO. Newcomer previously worked as a professor of integrated medical science at the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University (Bandell, South Florida Business Journal, 11/7).

    • Montana: John Moseley, a retired neurosurgeon, and his wife Cheryl, a retired RN, donated a $5 million estate gift to St. Vincent Neuroscience Center at St. Vincent Healthcare. Moseley helped pioneer deep brain stimulation surgery in Montana while he was at St. Vincent (Rogers, Billings Gazette, 11/6).

    • Oregon: Conagra Brands on Monday recalled four varieties of its cake mix after health officials in Oregon found Salmonella agbeni in a box of Duncan Hines Classic White Cake Mix. Federal health regulators are investigating the Conagra facility that makes the cake mixes (Reuters, 11/7).

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