As an introduction, I am a former hospital administrator and board member and a professor of graduate studies.
The sheriff’s office operates with little to no oversight when it comes to budget and financial matters.
Years ago, every front page of the Gazette had news about the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.
In 2009 I had a stroke and was brought to the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital.
Imagine my disappointment when I arrived at the West Tisbury Farmers’ Market on June 28.
For me, the Fourth celebration in Edgartown was a great day with a bad ending.
At the meeting held by the citizens’ group last week, specific issues were raised.
As I read newspapers and scathing letters from the public regarding the dismissal of hospital CEO Joe Woodin, I was dismayed at the tone.
Thank you Julia Wells and Mary Breslauer for a superbly professional work of journalism regarding the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital governance issue.