Tim Hagan to Join Staff at Metro

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Former County Commissioner Tim Hagan has a new gig at Metro. At a time when hospital is cutting costs, they'll be taking on Hagan as a senior adviser.

According to the PD, which references Metro's press release:

Hagan will be working with Vice President of Government Relations and Community Affairs, John R. Corlett, according to a news release from Metro Health.

His duties will include expanding enrollment in the MetroHealth Select health plan; to work with regional leaders to expand access to MetroHealth's care; and to improve the community's economic well-being by working with community advocates and neighborhood development corporations near MetroHealth and the Senior Health & Wellness Center in Old Brooklyn, according to the news release.

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