For all the wrong reasons, the disaster response drill at
Healdsburg District Hospital originally scheduled for this month
has been cancelled.
That’s because the hospital’s staff and leadership just went
through the real thing during the weeks of wildfires that burned
thousands of homes and took lives in Sonoma County, Santa Rosa
and beyond. (The Windsor Times)
Two critical access hospitals in California have hired physicians
under a new law that exempts the smallest and most remote
hospitals from the state’s ban on corporate medicine.
Mayers Memorial Hospital in Fall River Mills and Healdsburg
District Hospital hired physicians in January under provisions of
Assembly Bill 2024, which allows certain hospitals to hire
physicians under a seven-year pilot program that began in
January. (HealthLeaders Media)
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