‘It really comes as a shock’: Coral Gables Hospital CEO killed in murder-suicide, police say
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The CEO of Coral Gables Hospital was killed in a murder-suicide Wednesday, police say.
Maria Cristina Jimenez, 61, was killed before noon by her husband, Antonio Mazzorana, 62, who then killed himself. According to the Miami-Dade Police Department, the couple died at their home just outside of Coral Gables in the Schenley Park neighborhood near Southwest 57th Avenue and 34th Street.
Jimenez, who worked at Coral Gables Hospital for more than 35 years, joined the team as a phlebotomist and eventually climbed the ladder to become CEO in 2017. She previously served as COO, during which time she helped the hospital become the first in Miami-Dade to receive the Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval for total hip and knee replacements, according to South Florida Hospital News.
Mazzorana has also had a background in the medical field, serving as an executive director for AMF Healthcare Partners, LLC.
The Miami Herald's news partner, CBS Miami, spoke to Mazzorana's younger brother Ivan Mazzorana, who said he was surprised to hear about the murder-suicide.
"I couldn't believe what I was hearing, but my thoughts took me to a place that is incredibly sad," he told CBS Miami. "...It's really a shock."
He said he didn't know if his brother had mental health problems. The contract Mazzorana was working on was about to end, but the couple didn't seem to have any financial problems.
"I just didn't see any problems with them," Ivan told CBS Miami. "It's very difficult. Another family is suffering."
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