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Former employee sues Lodi Memorial Hospital

Gravenkamp says hospital fired her for reporting harassment

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Posted: Tuesday, November 26, 2013 12:00 am

A former Lodi Memorial Hospital employee has filed a lawsuit against the hospital, claiming she and several other employees were sexually harassed by a doctor for more than a year, and that she was fired when she revealed the long list of incidents to management.

Kim Gravenkamp, a former administrative assistant who worked at LMH for nearly 11 years before being fired in April, filed the lawsuit in San Joaquin County Superior Court claiming that Dr. Keith Rosing, the emergency room medical director, was responsible for multiple incidents of sexual harassment beginning in 2012.

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