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  • Mecklenburg County manager defends handling of health department problems

    County manager Dena Diorio defended her handling of the health department’s failure to notify 185 women of their test results for cervical cancer. She also announced additional staff and a three-pronged review of department practices.

County manager Dena Diorio defended her handling of the health department’s failure to notify 185 women of their test results for cervical cancer. She also announced additional staff and a three-pronged review of department practices. Mecklenburg County video
County manager Dena Diorio defended her handling of the health department’s failure to notify 185 women of their test results for cervical cancer. She also announced additional staff and a three-pronged review of department practices. Mecklenburg County video

County Health Department tolerates ‘bad behavior’ without consequences, report says

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