Miller plans to continue predecessor’s work as Wel...
by Bill Baldowski
03:16 PM, Wednesday, September 17
When asked what changes he wants to bring to WellStar Health Systems as its new board chairman, Gary Miller thought for a moment before recalling an old saying. “I have heard it said that, ‘If it isn’t broke, don’t fix it,’” he said, referring to ...

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