MarinHealth introduces new medical center virtually

The Virtual Ribbon Cutting Ceremony has been recorded and is available to watch here. MarinHealth executives on Saturday held a virtual ribbon-cutting ceremony for MarinHealth Medical Center’s new $535 million facility, with retiring CEO Lee Domanico leading the presentation. No opening date has been announced, but Domanico told the Business Journal in July that he Read More »

Association of California Healthcare Districts Announces New CEO

Health Policy Expert Cathy Martin Brings Strong Experience Working to Increase Access to Care and Eliminate Health Disparities for Californians.   Sacramento, CA – The Association of California Healthcare Districts (ACHD) has named Cathy Martin as Chief Executive Officer, effective July 6, 2020. “I am extremely pleased to welcome Cathy Martin as the next CEO Read More »

Health professionals volunteer to conduct heart screenings on teens and young adults

SAN MATEO, Calif. – Sudden death in young people is rare, but according to the Mayo Clinic, cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death in student athletes, mostly due to heart abnormalities. 7,000-10,000 school-aged children die each year nationwide from sudden cardiac arrest. “This is a problem within the teens with either their electrical or mechanical Read More »

60 rural hospital CEOs to know | 2020

Becker’s Healthcare is pleased to recognize 60 rural hospital CEOs to know in 2020. Becker’s accepted nominations for this list and considered leaders making a positive impact on their organizations. The CEOs featured lead hospitals consistently recognized by the National Rural Health Association, American Hospital Association, IBM Watson Health and The Leapfrog Group as top Read More »

Healthcare Districts Unite

It’s official the Plumas and Indian Valley health care districts have united. The final documents have been signed and the new board members seated Jan. 8. Indian Valley representatives John Evans and Guy McNett join Plumas Hospital District’s Valerie Flanigan, John Kimmel, Andrew Ryback, Mark Satterfield and Bill Wickman to form the new seven-member board. Read More »

A look inside Blue Zones Project’s plan to re-engineer communities – including Salinas – for longer, healthier lives.

A smile flashed across Dan Buettner’s face when he took the stage at Sherwood Hall in Salinas on June 29. His presentations, by this point, are well-oiled – he’s gotten good at rolling into a city and offering a plan for their residents to turn around their health. “You’re the 50th community we’ve come into,” Read More »