Kaiser Permanente worker arrested after cutting coworker's neck with a pocket knife; Vanderbilt to build $200 million campus;

> A Kaiser Permanente Medical Center worker in Harbor City, Calif. has been arrested for attempted murder after allegedly knifing a coworker in the neck , the Daily Breeze reports. Article

> Vanderbilt University Medical Center will build a $200 million campus in Franklin, Tenn., the Tennessean reports. Last week, the university bought 22 acres for the site. Article

> Albert Gutierrez is now CEO at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Mishawaka, Ind., the South Bend Tribune reports. Article

> A Texas couple is donating $18 million to help build the first heart hospital in East Texas, KSLA reports. Article

> A GAO report found that the Department of Defense's electronic health record system has been plagued by server outages and poor user experiences, FierceGovernmentIT reports. FierceGovernmentIT

And Finally... Anyone up for a lot of bacon or pork chops? Article

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