Tenet Healthcare Corp., Santa Barbara, Calif., said it named Monica Lozano, a top executive from the largest Spanish-language daily newspaper in the U.S., to its board of directors. Tenet, which has been accused in a lawsuit of price gouging Latino patients at its Southern California hospitals, said Lozano will stand for election by shareholders to a full term of three years in October. Lozano, 46, is president and COO of La Opinion, a Los Angeles-based newspaper, and vice president of the newspaper's parent company, Lozano Communications. Lozano also serves on the boards of two other for-profit, publicly traded companies -- Walt Disney Co., Burbank, Calif., and UnionBanCal Corp., San Francisco -- as well as the boards of the California HealthCare Foundation, the National Council of La Raza and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. -- by Vince Galloro
Tenet board to add Spanish-language newspaper exec
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