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|Monday, May 24, 2010|
PeaceHealth, a non-profit Catholic health system that owns seven hospitals including its flagship in Springfield, Ore., is expected to set up a new office that may move jobs from Eugene to Vancouver.
The company, which employs 7,000 in Oregon, hopes to improve efficiency by setting up all its back-office employees and functions in one location.
Read more at the Register-Guard.
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