California hospital board settles misconduct allegations with member

Ms. Miller said she objects to the investigation and rejects the claims..

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The board of directors of El Camino Healthcare District in Mountain View, Calif., reached a settlement with one of its members who dealt with claims of misbehavior, according to the Mountain View Voice.

In July, the board opened an investigation into grievances against member Julia Miller. The problems accused Ms. Miller of acting unprofessionally and disrespectfully toward healthcare facility personnel during a June board conference. No information of the grievances, which health center officials said were made verbally, were made public.

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Friday, September 18th, 2020
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At a Sept. 10 board conference, Board Chair Gary Kalbach said the committee had actually reached an arrangement with Ms. Miller to fix the examination, according to the Mountain View Voice. Ms. Miller consented to drop an oversight role as the intermediary to the hospital districts community advantage advisory council as part of the resolution.

In July, the board opened an examination into grievances against member Julia Miller. The problems implicated Ms. Miller of acting unprofessionally and disrespectfully towards hospital personnel throughout a June board conference. No information of the complaints, which medical facility officials said were made verbally, were made public.

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