As he retires after 20 years as top executive at Hancock Regional Hospital, Bobby Keen worries about the survival of community hospitals that must compete with large hospital systems.
(Daily Reporter / Tom Russo)
GREENFIELD — It was a chance encounter in Kansas City between Bobby Keen, then a principal in an agri-business consulting firm, and Greenfield’s Roy Wilson, then chairman of the Hancock Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees, that led to a 20-year partnership that finally ends next week.
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