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Former Jackson Hospital CEO Still Drawing Pay

The former chief executive of the hospital in Jackson continues to make $25,000 a month as a consultant after her retirement.

The Jackson Hole News & Guide reports that neither the administration nor board of trustees at St. John’s Medical Center has consulted with Pam Maples since her early retirement Oct. 31.

She will continue to receive $25,000 for a total of nine months through July. Hospital officials say they have not yet needed to call on Maples for consultation but might yet do so.

Maples had initially planned to work at St. John’s until no later than August 2013. Her two-year contract was up for renewal in February.

She has moved to Illinois and could not be reached for comment.

Information from: Jackson Hole (Wyo.) News And Guide,

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