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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.





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10
Auxiliary Scholarships To Further Careers of EPHC Employees

Eastern Plumas Health Care’s Auxiliary is pleased to provide scholarships to EPHC employees annually. Applications are accepted from July through September 30th. Scholarship funds are awarded to those employees wishing to continue their education in the medical field in order to advance their careers at our hospital. Things typically covered are advanced certifications, job related expenses, and continuing education – including tuition, books, uniforms, or transportation. All applicants that meet the deadline will be interviewed by a committee of Auxiliary members. For any questions, please contact Janie McBride, EPHC Auxiliary President at 530.520.3292.

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Irene Wojek, Psych NP, Completes the Behavioral Health Team

Irene Wojek, Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, works in Eastern Plumas Health Care’s (EPHC’s) Behavioral Health Program. Her patients primarily are those who benefit from psychotropic medications to manage symptoms of anxiety, depression, or psychosis. A key component of her job is to make appropriate diagnoses and formulate a good treatment plan that includes medication and therapeutic support. Additionally, patients in EPHC’s Program need to be under the care of an EPHC primary care provider who will recommend referral to Behavioral Health staff when necessary. Occasionally, Trish Foley, Marriage and Family Therapist, will determine that a patient she is...

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