“I have received such a warm welcome here at Lone Pine. I look forward to making this my new home. It really is a great place to live and work”, states Ms. McFarland. “I am excited to acquaint myself with the community and look forward to collaborating with our clinic staff to provide quality care to our community residents and visitors”.
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“I am excited to collaborate with the nursing and physician leadership of Southern Inyo,” states Ms. Brown. “Our great team here is truly invested in the Lone Pine community. I am committed to the success of this organization and it is my pleasure to serve our community. With patient centered quality care as my priority, I am ready to roll up my sleeves and dive into fulfilling our mission.”
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Southern Inyo Community Clinic now accepts United Healthcare! We welcome this partnership, effective February 1, 2017
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On Wednesday, December 21st Dr. Benzeevi and the HCCA team distributed gifts and holiday cheer to the residents of Southern Inyo Hospital’s skilled nursing facility. The team was greeted with smiles and warm thank yous.
On December 7th Southern Inyo Healthcare District’s board meeting was preceded by a delightful social gathering. In addition to coffee and cookies that were provided by community members, many of the people who attended brought thoughtful holiday gifts for the residents at the skilled nursing unit.
Just a year ago, the Lone Pine community met at Statham Hall for what turned out to be the start of Southern Inyo Hospital’s near collapse. Within two months, the hospital had no administrator, no board and no license.
Fast forward to November 2016 with apologies for using medical analogies: the patient has been resuscitated and is breathing on its own. There are still hurdles to jump; the district isn’t ready for wind sprints.
Karen Isidro says she is hopeful the financial agreement with HealthCare Conglomerate Associates will turn Southern Inyo Hospital around.