28 Jul 2014

Hospital CEO in American Samoa at odds with board

1:10 pm on 28 July 2014

The former American Samoa hospital CEO, says his sacking was due to irreconciliable differences with the board.

Last week, Joseph Davis-Fleming was served with a termination letter after he was found to be unfit to continue.

He was appointed to the role in April last year.

The board gave Mr Davis-Fleming a chance to resign first.

Mr Davis-Fleming says his work and efforts to turn the LBJ Hospital around for the better started to take a downward turn when the former LBJ board chairperson Tofoitaufa Sandra King Young left the board.