Why is it — even when it’s a rainy day — if you have to go out to the grocery store, between your house and car, there is only a little mist that stops while you’re driving and returns as you exit your car, increasing as you scurry into the store?
Now that Sutter Coast Hospital has proposed converting to a Critical Access facility, I understand there are rules and regulations it has to follow. I feel these requirements should be publicized so I know what to expect or not expect should I become an inpatient.
The birthing process is under way at the Triplicate for a couple of special sections that will be in readers’ hands by the end of the month.
The semi-annual Coast Vacation Guide will sport a new name and a new design when it appears March 29. Soon after that, Go Wild Rivers Coast will have a companion when the Triplicate and the Curry Coastal Pilot launch a mobile apps platform carrying the same name. It’ll be brimming with regional information for travelers and locals alike.
Critical Access was funded in order to improve health-care access by subsidizing tiny hospitals. By cutting beds to qualify, Sutter Health is using the program to reduce access to care in order to increase its payments from Medicare.
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