Some physician leaders of Methodist Hospital in Houston who also are faculty at Baylor College of Medicine will have to choose sides in the dispute between the two longtime former partners, the Houston Chronicle is reporting.
Methodist announced it will create a corporation, operational by July 1, that will employ physicians. Baylor physicians who are Methodist division chiefs have been notified of the changes, hospital officials have said. The physicians have been asked to stay but were told they cannot maintain practices at St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital, Baylor's new partner since the breakup of its relationship with Methodist in April.
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