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Local, state, federal officials launch Singing River Hospital probe

PASCAGOULA — The Jackson County district attorney’s office, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the state auditor’s office are looking into allegations of misconduct by officials with Singing River Health System. Singing River has been under constant fire since it was made public that the health system stopped paying into its retirees’ pension fund in 2009. District Attorney Tony Lawrence ...

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Supervisors unclear on Singing River's financial, pension issues

PASCAGOULA — After meeting with officials with Singing River Health System yesterday, Jackson County supervisors are still unclear about financial and pension funding problems. “We are taking all the steps we need to do to gather all the information to find out what happened, why it happened and to make sure this type of problem doesn’t happen again. We really ...

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Singing River discontinuing defined-payment retirement plan

PASCAGOULA — Singing River Health System is dropping a defined-benefit retirement plan for employees. CEO Kevin Holland said the hospital can’t afford the $18 million to $20 million a year it takes to fund the current pension plan. What will replace it hasn’t been determined. Employees were notified Friday by email. Singing River Health System owns hospitals in Pascagoula and ...

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Singing River cuts ribbon on renovated Southeast Tower

PASCAGOULA — Singing River Health System (SRHS) has cut the ribbon on the newly renovated Southeast Tower at Singing River Hospital. The completely remodeled facility houses ortho/neuro, surgery, urology, OBGYN and pediatric patients at the hospital. The tower is three floors tall and features 15 rooms on the first floor and 16 rooms on both the second and third floors. ...

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Singing River officially opens new Northwest Tower

OCEAN SPRINGS — Singing River Health System (SRHS) recently celebrated the newest addition to its facilities with a building dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new Northwest Tower at Ocean Springs Hospital. The $16.5 million, 88,000-square-foot facility is home to the surgical pre-op and post-op care areas for same day surgery, the Congestive Heart Failure Clinic and a new patient ...

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Singing River shutting doors on two Coast clinics

PASCAGOULA — Singing River Health System says two primary care clinics in Gautier and D’Iberville will close Aug. 29. “Realigning the clinics is a tough decision that we feel will help make our organization stronger without compromising our quality of care,” Dr. Randy Roth, SRHS interim chief medical officer, said in a news release Monday. “The actions we are taking, ...

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Holland named CEO

Kevin Holland’s first job — a summer employment while in college — was in the Environmental Services Department at Singing River Hospital. Now Holland, a Pascagoula native who now resides in Ocean Springs, has been named as CEO of Singing River Health System in Jackson County. Holland grew up in Pascagoula, where he graduated from Pascagoula High School in 1989, ...

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Holland named CEO of Singing River Health System

PASCAGOULA — Kevin Holland’s first job — a summer employment while in college — was in the Environmental Services Department at Singing River Hospital. Now Holland, a Pascagoula native who now resides in Ocean Springs, has been named as CEO of Singing River Health System in Jackson County. “After going through a careful selection process, we as a board are ...

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Anderson leaving Singing River; going to Baptist

PASCAGOULA — Chris Anderson, CEO of Singing River Health System (SRHS) since 1998, is leaving to take a similar position at Baptist Health Systems in Jackson. His last day at SRHS will be March 1. Anderson originally came to SRHS in 1994 as controller. He steadily moved through the administrative ranks until being appointed CEO on June 1, 1998. “Chris ...

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Hospital lands grant to make tower hurricane resistant

PASCAGOULA — A $17 million grant will let Singing River Health System renovate the south tower of Singing River Hospital, fortifying it against hurricanes. Chief operating officer Kevin Holland tells The Mississippi Press that improvements paid for by the Federal Emergency Management Agency will include windows able to withstand 150-mph winds. He says existing windows are rated up to 90 ...

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