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Richard Larison
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    Once great, no longer the case. Disgusted with the past 2 years.

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    Current Employee - Not Listed for Fear of Relatiation in Baltimore, MD
    Current Employee - Not Listed for Fear of Relatiation in Baltimore, MD

    I have been working at Chase Brexton Health Services full-time (more than 5 years)


    The staff is a very caring group of people who want to do a good job and improve the lives of their patients.


    Senior Leadership. CEO has to go. He puts blind faith in his leaders to 'make the right' decision, and there is no accountability when things go off the rails. Job security is non existent, multiple layoffs in the past 12 months have left staff living with continual fear of the next one. Staff morale, that's a joke. People will no longer speak up for fear fo getting a target tattooed on their back. I was once one of CBHC's strongest supporters, and am now almost embarrassed to say I ever worked there - thank's for stealing my pride Mr. CEO. Better financial decisions need to be made and cost saving can't come solely at the expense of cutting more jobs. The people that work in the trenches are the ones who care and the ones who made CBHC great - not the current CEO. The CEO runs a ruthless and morally dereft pure-business model but sadly lacks any compassion or commitment to the patients. Community health centers need compassion - without it you mission is meaningless. I've heard it said, "No margin - No Mision", and that's true, but "No Mission - No Business" is also true. Chase Brexton used to exist for its patients, now it exists as a failing operation hell bent on making money with sights on growth and making a bigger name for the CEO - not for the betterment of its patients. I feel bad for the former CEO of 20 yrs, that all his hard work and insightful leadership have lead to this. With the former CEO, you may not have always agreed with him, but you could always respect why he had to make the dedisions he made.

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    Trust is gone organization-wide and can not be rebuilt with this CEO. Take a climate survey to guage the confidence the organization has in its CEO. If it is in the double digits, I'd be suprised. If an organization doesn't trust it's top leader, it will stagnate at best. With all due respect, this CEO's time has come. This organization will never turn around with him at the wheel. Open your eyes Board of Directors. Climate of fear and intimidation. Anyone who speaks up is labeled as 'unwilling to accept change' (more like "unwilling to blindly bow to the CEO's whims").

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