Money from Israel contingent on 350 more job cuts.
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Jerusalem — The Israeli government has agreed in principle to provide “significant” financial aid to cash-strapped Hadassah Medical Center provided the hospital cuts expenses and staff — another 350 jobs are slated to be cut by 2016 — and finds ways to increase income, according to the hospital’s director-general.
PricewaterhouseCoopers hired to consult on drastic cuts to Hadassah Medical Center as it faces $58 million in losses.
In a move to save the financially crippled world-renowned Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem, its parent organization secretly gave it a $10 million cash infusion last summer, The Jewish Week has learned.