"...our organization must advocate for the financial stability of our District," said HHMH CEO Steven Hannah.
Winn replaces Mary Casillas who resigned in April.
The need for a new hospital exists but how to pay for it is still a mystery. Plans will not include nursing home for aging residents.
Hazel Hawkins employees have mixed opinions about the vaccine mandate.
Seven agencies scheduled to meet.
The hospital partners with CSUMB's Physician Assistant Program to provide clinical rotations for their physician assistant students.
Funding for the chapel was donated by the hospital board chair Jeri Hernandez in memory of her husband Ismael, who died of cancer in 2017.
Governor’s mandate requiring that all state and healthcare workers prove they are vaccinated or be tested weekly does not say what will happen to workers who don’t cooperate.
The hospital will employ a work plan to reinforce messages about prevention and treatment of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.
The Joint Commission’s standards are developed in consultation with health care experts and providers, measurement experts and patients.
The hospital board opts for replacement rather than repair in order to get a new warranty.
Bunny Perez and Jose Barragan welcomed their son Saleen on Jan. 1 at 6:18 a.m.
CFO explains Plans B and C to keep the hospital’s doors open.
Homeless shelter manager bears gifts and gratitude a year after she was found unconscious.
Officials expect it to get worse over July 4 weekend.