Former custodian sentenced to jail for sexually assaulting a woman in hospital morgue; Policeman injured by hospital patient;

> A former custodian at Somerset Medical Center in Somerville, N.J., was sentenced to up to six years in jail for sexually assaulting a developmentally disabled woman in the hospital's morgue earlier this year, the Star-Ledger reports. Article

> A policeman suffered a head injury and blurry vision after being kicked and punched by a man whose restraints were removed for treatment at Nassau University Medical Center, East Meadow Patch reports. Article

> Phil A. Wright II has been named CEO of Southampton Memorial Hospital in Franklin, Va., effective Nov. 1, Tidewaternews.com reports. Article

> Essent Healthcare, Inc. named Bill Porter as CEO of ParisRegional Medical Center in Paris, Texas. Press release
 
> After a 41-year run at Waukesha Memorial Hospital and ProHealth Care, Ford Titus is stepping down as ProHealth CEO to retire, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports. Article

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