Gov. Rick Scott suspended the chairman of the Broward Health board and the chairman of its audit committee Friday, after his inspector general expressed “grave concerns” about interference by board members into a state investigation of the public hospital system.

The decision to suspend two of the seven board members, all appointed by the governor, came in response to a recommendation Friday from Melinda M. Miguel, the state’s chief inspector general, who detailed extensive concerns about the board obstructing her review of contracts awarded by the district since 2102.

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