Enloe, Adventist Health partner

Two of the region’s main health care providers have partnered to focus on a post-Camp Fire health care plan.

Adventist Health and Enloe Medical Center have entered a one-year agreement and will focus on access to health care, community prevention and wellness initiatives throughout the county, according to a press release.

More specifically, Enloe CEO Mike Wiltermood said they anticipate discussing how emergency services might be provided in Paradise, among other topics.

“While a great deal of important health services were either destroyed or displaced by the fire, many health service organizations and individuals have already increased capacity to compensate,” he told the CN&R. “It is important that we carefully consider the present and future health care needs of our area and plan accordingly.”

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