Workers install Snoqualmie Valley Hospital’s new Emergency Room sign in 2015. (Courtesy Photo)

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital hosts public meetings on potential affiliation Oct. 25 and 26

  • Wednesday, October 18, 2017 2:42pm
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As part of the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital’s pursuit of affiliation with a larger health care system or hospital, public meetings on Oct. 25 and 26 will be held to discuss the affiliation proposal received from Regional Health, which has recently re-branded as Astria Health.

The first meeting is at 6 p.m., on Wednesday, Oct. 25, in the North/South Conference Room on the lower level of the hospital. John Gallagher, CEO of Astria Health, will present Astria’s proposal to the board of commissioners and will answer their questions.

At noon, Thursday, Oct. 26, the board of commissioners will meet in the same room, fora special meeting to discuss the proposal and the next steps the board can take.

Both meetings are open to the public and will have a designated time to receive public comments.

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