Hospice of Acadiana Releases Statement Regarding The Resignation of CEO Karl Broussard

Members of the Board of Directors for Hospice of Acadiana (Hospice) have accepted the resignation of CEO Karl Broussard.

Posted: Jun 9, 2021 4:09 PM

Members of the Board of Directors for Hospice of Acadiana (Hospice) have accepted the resignation of CEO Karl Broussard. Hospice Board Members are conducting due diligence at this time.

We have no further comment.Michael LeJeune, Chief Operating Officer, has been named interim CEO and Hospice is beginning the process of selecting someone to permanently fill the CEO position.Since 1983, Hospice has offered peace and comfort to patients and their families during serious illness, providing final-days-of-life-care, and help in coping with stress, pain and grief of loss.

Hospice has served more than 20,000 patients and their families throughout Acadiana.Our Board Members thank the Acadiana community for its continued support and trust in our mission as we resolve any issues that may be identified as a result of this review

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