Invitation to a Strategic Planning Session for Southern Humboldt Community Healthcare District

SoHum Health Foundation and Jerold Phelps Community HospitalPress release from the SoHum Health Foundation and Jerold Phelps Community Hospital:

SHCHD invites the community to its Strategic Planning session

What? SHCHD’s Strategic Plan
Where? College of the Redwoods Classroom, 286 Sprowl Creek, Garberville
Who? Southern Humboldt Community Healthcare District
When? Wednesday, August 22:
2pm – 5pm Educational Session
6pm to 8:30pm Community Input and Board discussion

Southern Humboldt Community Healthcare District cordially invites you to join the district for its annual Strategic Planning session on Wednesday, August 22, starting at 2 pm.

The afternoon educational session will run from 2 pm to 5 pm and will feature presentations related to how the healthcare delivery system is continuing to change. Presenters include Connie Stewart of the California Center for Rural Policy, and T Abraham of California Hospital Council Northern and Central District, as well as SHCHD staff. The Evening Session will start at 6 pm and will host Community input and Board discussion which will identify key items for the remainder of SHCHD’s Strategic Plan.

For information, contact: Matt Rees, 707-923-3921

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2 comments

  • Curious how much use that CT scanner is getting

    • A new start up can take time. There are state and federal inspections, as well as training and protocols that need to be in place before operation of a CT scanner. This of course is to ensure the safety of the patient and to have a quality program in place to provide diagnostically valuable images with little risk to the patient.
      That being said, I think the CT scanner which is a new generation GE Revolution 64 slice will be a great resource to the community. It will provide the same quality imaging being done at any large university or metropolitan hospital and community members will no longer have to travel long distances to get state of the art CT scans.

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