Two UMMS board members resign, four asked to take leave amid concerns about business contracts

Two University of Maryland Medical System board members have resigned and four more have been asked to take a leave of absence after concerns were raised about their business relationships with the hospital system.

John W. Dillon of Dillon Consulting and Robert L. Pevenstein, a tech entrepreneur and former United Nuclear Corporation executive, have both resigned from the board.

Chairman Stephen A. Burch has also asked four members that currently have business deals with the system to take a voluntary…


Author: Baltimore Checkbook

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