Ex-employee admits using Magee hospital credit card for personal use
The former facilities manager at Magee Women's Hospital of UPMC pleaded guilty Tuesday to a federal wire fraud charge.
Timothy L. Mangis, 49, of North Fayette admitted using a UPMC business credit card to buy personal merchandise and services including car repairs, building materials, appliances and electronic equipment.
U.S. District Judge Mark Hornak scheduled Mangis' sentencing for April 9.
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