“As we work through this difficult situation in our community, we’re pleased to announce that Adventist Health will assume responsibility for our community care clinics in Arbuckle, Colusa and Williams,” said Wayne Allen, chief restructuring officer and interim chief executive officer for
CRMC. “The health system will provide stability and access to health services in our region’s rural communities.”
Adventist Health operates the largest rural health network in California, with more than 15 percent of the rural health clinics in the state. “As a faith-based organization, we are eager to share our mission of inspiring health, wholeness and hope,” said Jeff Eller, president and chief executive officer of Adventist Health’s Northern California Region.
“We are pleased to have identified a sustainable solution to provide quality care to community members,” said Bob Beehler, Adventist Health’s vice president for Market Development/Mergers and Acquisitions.
Colusa Regional Medical Center’s Board of Directors continues to seek opportunities for the hospital facility which is scheduled to close, Friday, April 22, 2016.