WORCESTER -- UMass Memorial Medical Center President Patrick Muldoon announced Wednesday that the hospital will lose an additional 103 full-time equivalent jobs.
None of the job losses will effect the HealthAlliance Hospital in Leominster, said hospital spokesman Rob Brogna.
The medical center already reduced 285 full-time equivalent jobs from October through February. The reduction in workforce is a part of a plan to improve the medical center's financial position, with a goal of reducing operating losses in fiscal 2014, according to a released statement.
The medical center's parent, UMass Memorial Health Care, had an operating loss of about $55 million in fiscal 2013, with most of that loss taking place at the medical center and its other Worcester-based operations.
"This ongoing restructuring process is transforming the Medical Center to efficiently and effectively deliver health care now and in the future. This work will continue over the coming months," the statement said.
A full-time equivalency can include part- and full-time jobs.