Beach Cities Health District ranked 44 on the Modern Healthcare Best Places to Work list for 2019 and has been on the list for 8 years. Find the link here.
In today’s ever-changing government landscape, it can be difficult for a small special district to rise, prove its merits and value, and in the process show the community that it holds itself accountable to a higher standard. For the last three years Northern Inyo Healthcare District steadily worked to do just that. Recently the effort Read More »
Primary care physicians are few and far between in the Kern River Valley (KRV), so the addition of a new family medicine doctor in our community is big news. Adding to that good fortune, she is working in a health center with four recently- built exam rooms waiting to be filled with new patients. To Read More »
Fifteen years after Taft’s acute care hospital was closed, the West Side Health Care District broke ground on a new $9 million outpatient clinic. Friday’s ceremony took place almost exactly where the entrance to the old Westside Hospital once stood. The ceremony marks a new beginning and another step to rebuilding the community’s health care Read More »
When most residents of Coachella Valley go to the polls on Nov. 6, for the first time, they will be able to either cast a vote directly impacting future access to important health care services, or elect a representative to champion their specific community needs. Some voters living in the current, long-established Desert Healthcare District Read More »
The Desert Healthcare District and Foundation have launched a new service, Coachella Valley Health Info Place, that aims to help everyone from residents to healthcare professionals to social workers identify and access healthcare services that could be beneficial to them, their patients or their clients. The website, CVHIP.com, will essentially be a free, public database Read More »
The Mark Twain Health Care District was honored to present Golden Health Community Grant Awards to deserving non-profit organizations in Calaveras County. The Community Grant Committee awarded $42,925.00 at a reception on April 25th at the District office in San Andreas. To read the full article, click here.
The Petaluma Health Care District (PHCD) is playing a critical role in helping those impacted by the fires self-heal by serving as a catalyst for collective community action. “The fires caused anxiety and stress throughout the region, elevating the need for education and access to trauma-informed care,” said Ramona Faith, CEO. “To respond to this Read More »
From the delicate tea cups to tiered plates of finger foods, you’d never know you were in a hospital the afternoon of March 19. But a room full of donors sampled the variety of teas while they were honored for their contributions to the Bear Valley Community Healthcare District Foundation. Holly Elmer, president of the foundation, Read More »
Child victims of crime in Calaveras County have a new place to heal. The Calaveras Children’s Counseling and Advocacy Center has moved to 1934 Highway 26, Valley Springs, and is open for business. Previously in San Andreas, the center offers free counseling, advocacy and support for child victims of crime and their families. The new Read More »