Washington state hospital CEO asks staff to refrain from political displays

Hank Hanigan, CEO of Whitman Hospital and Medical Clinics in Colfax, Wash., sent out an e-mail to employees Oct. 6 requesting that staff prevent putting flags or indications on cars, wearing clothes, or “showing personal items bearing a political or advocacy message,” according to the publication, which pointed out the e-mail.

She countered it with her own flag,” Mr. Hanigan stated, according to the Gazette. We need to get back to focusing on our patients.”.

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The CEO noted his request is not a policy change and was intended to get people to assess whats best for clients before acting or reacting.

She countered it with her own flag,” Mr. Hanigan said, according to the Gazette. “People are starting to take sides. We require to get back to focusing on our clients.”.

The CEO of a healthcare facility in Washington state is asking employees to refrain from political display screens after one staff member responded to the actions of another, the Whitman County Gazette reported.

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