David Dill named president of LifePoint Hospitals; Hospital gets $5M donation to build new medical tower;

> Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk donated $5 million to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett in Washington state to build a new medical tower, the Seattle Times reports. Article

> Some experts demand regular cognitive and physical screening of doctors ages 65 and over, FiercePracticeManagement reports. FiercePracticeManagement

> As many as 40 percent of babies are born before 39 weeks through early elective deliveries for no medical reason, the Wall Street Journal reports. Article

> Landmark Medical Center in Woonsocket, R.I., set a deadline of March 25 to receive bids from prospective purchasers, the Providence Journal reports. It hopes to sign a sales agreement in 13 weeks. Article

> David Dill was named president of Brentwood, Tenn.-based LifePoint Hospitals, the Nashville Post reports. Article

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