Hospice Company Was Prepared When The Time Came To Evacuate Because Of The Wildfires
With fires becoming more common in California, health care companies say the best way to handle the worst-case scenarios is to prepare for them.
How One Health Care Company Prepared For Wildfire
After evacuating two weeks ago for the Mendocino Complex Fire, hospice CEO Corrigan Gommenginger offered that advice as the most critical piece for leadership teams at small health care companies all around California. ...When an evacuation advisory was made a day after the Ranch and River fires chewed their way into Lake County, they said, they felt that they were as prepared as they could be. (Anderson, 8/11)
Ozone And Wildfire Smoke Are A Bad Combination In Fresno
People in the central San Joaquin Valley have been breathing smoke from the Ferguson Fire for nearly a month, but there’s more than a brown shroud of smoke that is making the air putrid and dangerous to breathe. Ozone, a corrosive gas that sears lungs, is building up to unhealthy and very unhealthy levels. (Anderson, 8/10)