Wedderburn leaves Bermuda Health Council
The chief executive of Bermuda’s health watchdog has stepped down, it was announced Friday.
The Bermuda Health Council said Tawanna Wedderburn had left the job she had held for three years. The health council added it would announce the appointment of an acting CEO soon, who will serve in the post until a new chief executive can be selected.
The BHeC thanked Ms Wedderburn for her service.
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