As fire blazed just eight miles away from Sutter Santa Rosa
Regional Hospital, its chief executive Mike Purvis received a
phone call from the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office and Cal Fire,
the state’s fire agency. The hospital was officially being
ordered to evacuate.
Adventist Health could soon be allowed to set up an emergency
room in Paradise.
A bill carving out an exception from the state rule forbidding
free-standing emergency rooms for Feather River Hospital is
expected to come to a final vote in the state legislature soon.
Among other after-effects of destructive flames that burned the
Feather River Adventist Medical Center, the Camp Fire has changed
another aspect of life in Butte County — where to give birth in
the region. (Chico Enterprise-Record)
Ginny Pacheco is one of the many residents who lived on Wheeler
Road who comes back regularly to visit the spot where her home
once stood. The entire neighborhood was decimated by the Camp
Fire in November.
Since then, much of the debris has been cleared out.
“This is probably the last time I’ll see it,” Pacheco said. “Next
time I come up, all of this will be gone.” (Fox 40)
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T was previously the Executive Director of Business Development
at Marshall Medical Center in Placerville, where his duties
included government, media, and community relations. T holds
a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration, with a
marketing concentration from San Jose State University. He
is the founder and a member of the El Dorado Hills government
relations committee, served as a Board of Supervisors-appointed
member of the El Dorado County Economic Development Advisory
Committee, is a past chairman of the El Dorado Hills Chamber of
Commerce, and is active in many other community
organizations. His professional background includes
significant business development, marketing, and public relations
T formally joined the staff on December 14, 2015, assuming
responsibility for the North Bay, Northern Sierra, and Redwood
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