Cascade Health Alliance partners with KCC

Cascade Health Alliance (CHA) has donated $50,000 to sponsor a workforce training room in Klamath Community College’s new Work Skills Technology Center (WSTC).

CHA sponsored the classroom as part of KCC’s “Completing the Transformation” campaign, to raise $650,000 to purchase equipment for the new WSTC.

Read more at Herald and News.

Oregon Health System Transformation: CCO Metrics 2016 Final Report

The Oregon Health Authority released its latest CCO Metrics performance report. Read the full report here.

Umpqua Health Alliance invites public to Thursday meeting, offers free classes

ROSEBURG, Ore. – Umpqua Health Alliance is holding its Community Advisory Council public meeting this week, and the public is invited.

The meeting takes place on Thursday, June 8, at 5:30 p.m. at 621 W. Madrone St. in Roseburg.

Read more at KPIC.

Umpqua Health breaks ground on upcoming 2-story medical building

Umpqua Health broke ground Friday on the site of what will be a two-story medical health building by next year.

The groundbreaking ceremony took the traditional golden shovel a step further: Umpqua Health CEO Brent Eichman used an excavator to dig into a corner of an old warehouse currently standing on the lot. He made some progress on the warehouse’s metal awning.

Read more at The News-Review.

Cascade Health Alliance donates to KLCAS housing project to support homeless families

A $100,000 donation from Cascade Health Alliance to Klamath & Lake Community Action Services could soon help improve homelessness rates in Klamath County.

Cascade Health Alliance (CHA), in honor of the 25th anniversary for its parent company Cascade Comprehensive Care, Inc., made $1.2 million in community donations earlier this year. Those donations included a contribution to the KLCAS housing project.

Read more at Herald and News.