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Eastern Plumas Health Care is an essential part of this rural community.

We're committed to caring for you as an individual. We know you by name, and many of you have families who have been coming to us for care for generations. We take that responsibility seriously. It means listening to you, respecting your needs, and valuing your well-being.

As a non-profit health care district, your tax dollars help keep us alive. When you choose EPHC for your health care needs, you're helping to make sure we'll be here to serve you in the future. We have 250 employees. We are your neighbors, your friends, your family. We are your community hospital.





News & Events
DEC
05
New, In-House CNA Course Will Benefit Hospital and Community

Eastern Plumas Health Care will begin a new in-house training program for Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) on December 3, 2019. This pilot program is the brainchild of Deborah Mancebo, Director of Staff Development for EPHC’s two skilled nursing facilities (SNFs). Recruiting and retaining enough qualified CNAs is an ongoing problem for rural and remote hospital like EPHC, so this program offers the perfect antidote. Because the need was so great, Mancebo contacted California’s Department of Public Health and worked with them to create a program for EPHC that fits their guidelines. She will also be teaching the course. Training as a CNA...

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DEC
05
EPHC Welcomes New CEO

Eastern Plumas Health Care has chosen its new CEO, Jay Scutt EPHC’s Board Chairman reported. Todd Plimpton will take the helm on January 3, 2019. Plimpton replaces Tom Hayes, who retired from the position this past September. An accomplished attorney, Plimpton is CEO and Senior Partner at Belanger & Plimpton in Lovelock, NV. He specializes in representing local and state governmental services, including critical access hospitals, school districts, and fire departments. He has also served as public defender for several counties. Plimpton was a registered lobbyist for fourteen years, where he represented the interests of hospitals and school districts, among others. In...

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