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Eastern Plumas Health Care is an essential part of this rural community.

We're committed to caring for you as an individual. We know you by name, and many of you have families who have been coming to us for care for generations. We take that responsibility seriously. It means listening to you, respecting your needs, and valuing your well-being.

As a non-profit health care district, your tax dollars help keep us alive. When you choose EPHC for your health care needs, you're helping to make sure we'll be here to serve you in the future. We have 250 employees. We are your neighbors, your friends, your family. We are your community hospital.





News & Events
FEB
14
The Opioid Crisis

Dr. Paul Swanson will give a talk on the Opioid Crisis in EPHC's Education Center on the Portola Campus next Wed., Feb. 21 at 5:30. This is a subject that is vital to our community! Please attend if you can. Questions/more info - please call 832.6597. The following is one of this week's featured editorials in Plumas County's newspapers. The Opioid Crisis By Paul Swanson MD, Vice-Chair of Board of Directors, Director of Emergency and Hospitalist Services, Eastern Plumas Health Care In August 2016 the Surgeon General of the United States sent a letter to every physician in the United States asking for help...

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JAN
04
EPHC Says Goodbye To Dr. Michelle Kim

A letter from Dr. Michelle Kim to her patients: Dear friends, As many of you may already know, I sustained an injury this summer, and I have not been able to make the commute to Portola from my home in Truckee. For those of you who had appointments that have been changed and rescheduled over the past several months, I truly appreciate your patience. Unfortunately, even though I have been healing and improving, I have made the very difficult decision to resign my role as a primary care provider at Eastern Plumas at the end of January 2018. Until then, I...

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