SPOTLIGHTS on WELLNESS

Rev. Tanya Wyldflower

Improve Your Quality of Life. Stanford-trained leaders Tanya Wyldflower and Petra Schulte will co-teach a multi-week class on Healthier Living. Learn more.

Health & Wellness: upcoming lectures and classes is now available. Apr- June 2014 Calendar.healthy group
Healthy Recipes from Wellness Open House

HealthyOutlook Lab Photo_Page_1Healthy Outlook Published - When you need lab services, you can depend on the clinical lab at MCDH. Download Healthy Outlook
 

 

April is Alcohol Awareness Month: Education and Good Choices Make For Safer, Healthier Families And Communities. Find out more.

Alcohol Awareness Month 2

Meetings Notices for the MCDH Board of Directors and Finance and Planning Committees

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Patient Resource Center

MCDH maintains a helipad for air ambulances


Noteworthy

Mendocino Coast District Hospital CEO Wayne Allen chats with volunteers during one of two lunches held April 11 to honor the hospital’s 230 volunteers. Allen and other managers served the lunches and handed out raffle prizes. “Our 240 volunteers contributed more than 30,000 hours of time with a value of nearly $600,000,” Allen said. Volunteers groups include the Auxiliary, Hospice, Hospice Thift Store, Sunshine Team, No one Dies Alone Program,  pet therapy and chaplains.

Mendocino Coast District Hospital CEO Wayne Allen chats with volunteers during one of two lunches held to honor the hospital’s 230 volunteers. Allen and other managers served the lunches and handed out raffle prizes. “Our 240 volunteers contributed more than 30,000 hours of time with a value of nearly $600,000,” Allen said. Volunteers groups include the Auxiliary, Hospice, Hospice Thift Store, Sunshine Team, No one Dies Alone Program, pet therapy and chaplains.

 

What’s News

Mendocino Coast Healthcare District Board Officers To Present “A New Direction in Healthcare” — Thursday May 1

Monday, April 21st, 2014 at 10:04 pm

Presentation Will Focus On Challenges Of Achieving Better Health and Care at Lower Cost

New DirectionLike hospitals all across America, Mendocino Coast District Hospital (MCDH) will feel the impact of health care reform on its reimbursements and its approach to patient care.

With reform’s triple aim of achieving “Better Health, Better Care and Lower Cost”, there will be more emphasis on keeping patients well and out of the hospital, and financial consequences for hospitals not meeting government-set mandates and goals.

To help area residents better understand the challenges ahead for MCDH, Patricia Jauregui-Darland, President of the Mendocino Coast Healthcare District Board of Directors, and Board Treasurer Sean Hogan will present “A New Direction in Healthcare”, Thursday May 1, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Parish Hall of Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church, 605 Maple Street, Fort Bragg.

No reservations are required, and there is no cost to attend.

 

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