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Leader builds a career in a small town

James Dooley moved to Geneva in 1978, expecting to stay a few years. He was 30 and had recently been hired as CEO of Geneva General Hospital. Landing a CEO job-his second as a hospital administrator-was a coup, Dooley thought. But he had bigger plans than running a 170-bed small-town hospital. It was not only that Dooley ...

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