Thomas Garthwaite

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Dr. Bruce Chernof became LA County’s Director of Health Service just about two years ago.  The five Supervisors said they had high hopes he could turn the department around.

L.A. County’s Health Director Steps Down

Dr. Bruce Chernof became LA County’s Director of Health Service just about two years ago. The five Supervisors said they had high hopes he could turn the department around.

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