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  • Lancaster hospital chief with many 'roles' retiring after five decades

    Janice Dabney, chief executive officer at Springs Memorial Hospital in Lancaster, is retiring this summer after 51 years. Dabney started in an entry level job in 1966 as a medical assistant and worked her way through the ranks on the business side of the hospital.

Janice Dabney, chief executive officer at Springs Memorial Hospital in Lancaster, is retiring this summer after 51 years. Dabney started in an entry level job in 1966 as a medical assistant and worked her way through the ranks on the business side of the hospital. Tracy Kimball tkimball@heraldonline.com
Janice Dabney, chief executive officer at Springs Memorial Hospital in Lancaster, is retiring this summer after 51 years. Dabney started in an entry level job in 1966 as a medical assistant and worked her way through the ranks on the business side of the hospital. Tracy Kimball tkimball@heraldonline.com

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