PeaceHealth Oregon network Chief Operating Officer Todd Salnas is transitioning into the role of chief executive of the PeaceHealth Oregon network, effective March 1, 2021.
Joseph Lee, MD, has been promoted to become the eighth president and CEO of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, effective June 28. An experienced addiction medicine doctor and child and adolescent psychiatrist whose parents immigrated to the U.S.
With community transmission falling in Clark County, beginning Thursday, Feb. 25, PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center will lift its ‘no visitor’ policy to allow one visitor per day, per patient, with some limited exceptions.
Federal rules around who can be told about the variant cases are so confusing that public health officials may merely know the county where a case has emerged.
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Patrick Allen, director of the Oregon Health Authority, said the initial shipment is likely to be the biggest as the company dives into its stockpile and then tries to ramp up production.
With a population topping 4 million, the state would need to have just under 3 million people immune to the coronavirus to stop the virus from spreading.
If the proposal to enshrine affordable health care in the state constitution passes the Legislature, it will be put before voters in November 2022.
Some Oregonians said a Legacy Health website for scheduling vaccine appointments would not let them complete a reservation Monday morning.
Ten of the 16 counties improved from the extreme risk level as virus cases dipped, meaning indoor restaurants, gyms can resume serving limited numbers of customers.