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Bartlett board sets timeline for new CEO hiring process

Bartlett board sets timeline for new CEO hiring processHospital Spokesman Jim Strader says the board hopes to hire an interim CEO by the end of October. He says the goal is to make a permanent hire by June 30, 2014, following a nationwide search.

Bartlett HR director steps down, city to take over

Bartlett HR director steps down, city to take overThe Bartlett Regional Hospital board of directors recently voted to fully integrate the hospital’s human resources functions with the city and borough of Juneau.

Harff stepping down as Bartlett Regional Hospital CEO

Harff stepping down as Bartlett Regional Hospital CEOBartlett Spokesman Jim Strader said in a statement that Harff announced her resignation in an extended executive session with the hospital’s board of directors Tuesday night.

Alleged heroin smuggler arrested by Juneau police

Alleged heroin smuggler arrested by Juneau policeJuneau Police say they seized more than $103,000 worth of heroin being smuggled into the community by a Massachusetts man.

Bartlett CEO directed to address management issues

Bartlett CEO directed to address management issuesThe city hired an investigator in early June to conduct an investigation into allegations of a hostile work environment.

Southeast divers must travel far for emergency care

Southeast divers must travel far for emergency careScubua diving emergencies can no longer be treated at Bartlett Regional Hospital in Juneau. After more than 30 years, the facility discontinued its hyperbaric chamber program and recently removed the 13-foot chamber.

Closed door meetings planned to hear report on personnel investigation

Closed door meetings planned to hear report on personnel investigationThe CBJ assembly and hospital board hold separate executive sessions today to discuss a confidential personnel investigation at Bartlett Regional Hospital regarding allegations of a hostile work environment.

AELP to test sirens

AELP to test sirensAlaska Electric Light and power will test the Salmon Creek emergency sirens Thursday morning at 9 o’clock.

Juneau woman arrested in alleged stabbing incident

Lorraine Paul, 38, was arrested after allegedly stabbing a 37-year-old man early Saturday morning.

Hospital can’t afford EMR contract, Assembly rejects funding request

Hospital can’t afford EMR contract, Assembly rejects funding requestBartlett officials say the contractor's annual maintenence fee would take a big chunk out of their already-thin profit margin