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Alexander Everest, the chairman of Elite American Health Systems, LLC, a company based in California with an office in Manhattan, has been indicted for submitting forged, false documents to Harlem Hospital and for offering a bribe and unlawful gratuities to a hospital official in an effort to place recent medical school graduates in the hospital’s surgical residency program. Everest was indicted on charges of bribery, criminal possession of a forged instrument, offering a false instrument for filing, and giving unlawful gratuities. The crimes charged in the indictment allegedly occurred between March 17 and May 4, 2010.