Former Rehoboth McKinley Christian Health Care Services’ (RMCHCS) CEO David Conejo has filed a six-count lawsuit against RMCHCS and seven of its staff and one former staffer. The case has been filed in Federal Court in Albuquerque and with a potential trial date in late 2020. Conejo has also been absolved of any allegations of mismanagement by the federal government’s Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). https://roblesrael.sharefile.com/d-sbb48fa71f3d4cda9
The lawsuit charges the hospital with violation of the Lanham Act and New Mexico Common Law by purposely damaging the reputation of Conejo’s company Health Care Integrity (HCI), Breach of Contract and Breach of Good Faith and Fair Dealing for violation of its management contract with Conejo. Additional charges include Tortious Interference with Conejo’s contract, Civil Conspiracy and Defamation. The defendants in the case include Board Chair Laura Hammons, Chief Medical Officer Valory Wangler, Chief Nursing Officer Felicia Adams, and Lead Hospitalist Neil Jackson, Andrea Walker, Christopher Hoover, Mary Poel, Jaylyn Ellis.
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