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Text of Jim Elrod letter to Willis-Knighton staff about successor

This succession plan will involve a nationwide search for a senior executive who will join our team, learn our systems, our values and our community, and become the lead candidate for chief executive officer upon my retirement. As we embark on that process, I am counting on your valuable input and will be soliciting your views.

Because of the leadership role Willis-Knighton plays in our community, and our steadfast commitment to safeguarding the welfare of our patients, finding the right CEO candidate — one who can successfully align the needs and interests of our doctors, staff, facilities and community and who is willing to work collaboratively with me and with you to do so — is a responsibility of the utmost importance.

As we work towards this transition, debate and discussion will continue, and we will listen to many voices. But it is important to remember at all times that our common bond and dedication to our mission is stronger than our differences. As we move forward, it is critical for all of us at WKHS to come together and to remain focused on our mission - doing what is best and right for our patients and our community and continuing to provide high-quality healthcare across our system.

UPDATE: Willis Knighton trustees meet today to discuss CEO

(Updated, 8:55 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 5)

The Willis-Knighton Board of Trustees has scheduled an emergency meeting at noon today to discuss a "no confidence" statement in health system Chief Executive Jim Elrod.

A group of doctors on the Medical Executive Committee have asked that Elrod resign or be fired.

USA Today Network will provide coverage of the meeting.

(Original Story, posted Wednesday, Oct. 4)

Willis-Knighton's Medical Executive Committee has issued a statement of no confidence in Chief Executive James Elrod , asking that he resign as leader of northern Louisiana's largest health care provider.

The doctors on Monday sent a letter obtained by USA Today Network to the Willis Knighton Board of Trustees and its chairman, Dr. Frank Hughes, outlining their "no confidence" position.