I can’t believe I’ve never heard of this guy. I was introduced to him in an article in the April 2015 edition of The News and Observer. According to that article, leon medical center flagler was “the former chief executive officer for the Cleveland Clinic medical group. He ran the Cleveland Clinic from 2010 to 2012, when he was fired by the board after a series of scandals.

It was a massive scandal in a lot of ways, but especially in the hospital-patient relationship department. It’s a long and complicated story. I’m not going to get into it here. Suffice it to say that flagler was pretty much on the scene in a lot of places, including hospitals. He was the guy who basically ran all of the patient-visiting rooms at the Cleveland Clinic. He was also the guy who ran the patient relations department at Cleveland Clinic.

flagler was the guy who basically ran all of the patient-visiting rooms at the Cleveland Clinic. He was the guy who ran the patient relations department at Cleveland Clinic.

Flagler was the guy who ran all of the patient-visiting rooms at the Cleveland Clinic. He was the guy who ran the patient relations department at Cleveland Clinic.

Well, that’s the thing. We can’t really say Flagler did it. His position, that he was the guy who ran the patient relations department at the Cleveland Clinic, was filled by a woman named Donna who we can only assume was the current director of patient relations. She was running the department out of her house which was located in Lakewood, Ohio.

The lady in charge of the clinic flag was Donna.

So this lady went to medical school at Case Western. That’s right. She was a teacher at the Cleveland Clinic. Flagler moved to the Cleveland Clinic after her retirement. As for the flag, who else might have been involved in the flagging? It just so happens that Flagler’s name is one of the people that the Cleveland Clinic has on their ‘Patient Relations’ team (which is why he was in charge of the patients). So there you go.

There is an interesting theory that Flaglers name is in fact an alias of a doctor who was a patient of the Cleveland Clinic in the late seventies. His name was Leonard W. G. Flagler and he wrote a book about his time there called, “A Case of the Heart.” I’m not sure if this is the same man, but he seems to have had an alias, Flagler. The flag is named after him.

Interesting, that’s what I was thinking. This may be a coincidence, but I can’t help but wonder if Flagler worked in the Cleveland Clinic and the Cleveland Clinic was the first name he used to get a job. There are two letters in the flag’s logo which may indicate that Flagler was a doctor, but it also looks like he used to work in the Cleveland Clinic.

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