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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
JUL
11
            Creating a Legacy: Hospital’s CFO Retires After 23 Years

Jeri Nelson, who has faithfully served as Eastern Plumas Health Care’s Chief Financial Officer for 23 years, retired Friday, June 15. She left behind a frighteningly neat and empty office as she hugged Katherine Pairish, the incoming CFO, and said, “Take good care of it.” Several of those who worked closest with Nelson went into her office after she went out the back door. One of them, Teri Becky, who had worked alongside her for that entire 23 year period, broke down and cried. CEO, Tom Hayes, called her, “the best CFO I’ve worked with in my career. She’s very...

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JUN
11
Behavioral Health, Part II: Trish Foley, Counselor, LMFT

Eastern Plumas Health Care’s Behavioral Health Program is based on a collaborative care model, which utilizes a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and a counselor who both work in collaboration with their patients’ primary care providers. Trish Foley, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, provides counseling services for those who are referred for, or request counseling. Irene Wojek, PMHNP, a Primary Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, joined the program in May. She provides medication management and counseling services. EPHC’s program is based on that of the AIMS (Advancing Integrated Mental Health Solutions) Center out of Washington State, explained Foley. They...

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