CEO of MedPartners Suffer Injuries in Plane Crash
|CEO of MedPartners Suffer Injuries in Plane Crash|
Marci Wilhelm, CEO and Chief Compliance Officer of MedPartners, a Tampa, FL based health information management company was in an airplane crash on September 27th at the Greenville Downtown Airport.
MedPartners was sold to AMN Healthcare Services Inc. for $195 million last April. It has not yet been reported who will take over Ms. Wilhelm's duties while she recovers from her injuries sustained during the crash.
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