Archive | Healthcare /Hospitals

Bryan Bullock Mono County

Mono County Board of Supervisors Approve Contract with Bryan Bullock as Chief of Emergency Medical Services

MONO COUNTY, Calif. (October 03, 2022) – On September 6, 2022, The Mono County Board of Supervisors approved a contract with Bryan Bullock to serve as Chief of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for Mono County. The Chief of Emergency Medical Services functions as the administrative Department Head of the County EMS Department, managing functions that […]

Continue Reading · 0
Tri-County Logo

Sacramento Court Issues Order Against Los Angeles Department of Water and Power In Pollution Dispute

  (Owens Lake, CA) – On September 27, the Sacramento County Superior Court issued its order against the City of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP), rejecting LADWP’s attempt to avoid responsibility for controlling air pollution on the dried Owens Lake Bed in an area containing cultural resources. The LADWP’s historic diversion of […]

Continue Reading · 0
Northern Inyo Hospital

Join Northern Inyo Healthcare District for a Special Healthy Lifestyle Talk Spotlighting the Labor & Delivery Center

  Join Northern Inyo Healthcare District for a special Healthy Lifestyle Talk spotlighting our Labor & Delivery Center. The talk is set for Thursday, Sept. 29, at 5:30 p.m. The talk is being held virtually via Zoom or the NIHD YouTube channel so that families in the surrounding Eastern Sierra communities may join in and […]

Continue Reading · 0
Covid-19 appointment image

Inyo County COVID-19 Update

It has been brought to our attention that the the MyTurn system updated clinic links late last evening and unfortunately the previously provided codes emailed out yesterday are non-functional. We apologize for any inconvenience or frustration this may have caused you. NEW links have been embedded below.   Se nos ha informado que el sistema MyTurn […]

Continue Reading · 1

Smoke/Haze Info from Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control Board

  This year’s wildland fire/smoke season has impacted the Eastern Sierra late in what is now an extended fire season—similar to last year. As of late Friday morning, only Bishop and Mono Lake are rated as “unhealthy” for particulate matter from the Mosquito Fire burning in the western foothills of the Sierra Nevada. According to […]

Continue Reading · 0
Mono County facebook logo

Visit READY Mono to Recognize National Preparedness Month Sign Up for Alerts to Stay Informed and Up-to-Date

  MONO COUNTY, Calif. (September 15, 2022) – National Preparedness Month is observed each September to raise awareness about the importance of preparing for disasters and emergencies that could happen at any time. In Mono County, these disasters could include wildfires, earthquakes, weather-related events, and public health outbreaks. This National Preparedness Month, Mono County’s Office […]

Continue Reading · 2
Waterfalls Death Valley

Hurricane Kay Causes Heavy Damage in Death Valley National Park

Storms fueled by the remnants of Hurricane Kay caused localized, heavy damage in Death Valley National Park on Saturday afternoon, September 10. California highway 190 (CA-190) is closed from CA-136 junction to Stovepipe Wells Village. Badwater Road is fully closed. Many other park roads are still closed from floods five weeks ago. The flooding across […]

Continue Reading · 1
Tri-County Logo

Inyo County Added to Air Quality Health Advisory for Tri-County Areas

  Air Quality Health Advisory for Tri-County Areas Affected Communities: Alpine County communities with the potential for impact to Mono County communities – Note: Inyo County has been added Smoke Source: Mosquito and Yosemite Fires Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District is issuing an Air Quality Health Advisory through September 10, 2022, based on […]

Continue Reading · 0

Mono County Public Health Urges Residents and Visitors to Stay Cool During California Heat Wave

A heat wave with dangerously high temperatures is expected to continue to impact California this week. Mono County Public Health urges residents and visitors to take precautions in an effort to help reduce the risk of heat-related health problems. Summer heat waves can be dangerous. A very high body temperature can damage the brain and […]

Continue Reading · 4

Wildfire Education Academy Invites Residents to Join Virtual Session on Smoke, Evacuation, and Other Preparation Procedures – September 19

The sixth session of the Eastern Sierra Council of Governments (ESCOG) Citizen’s Wildfire Education Academy will focus on “Smoke, Evacuation, and Other Preparation Procedures.” The session is scheduled for Monday, September 19th at 6:00pm. The session will feature guest speakers Kimberly Mitchell, Research and Systems Analyst with the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District, […]

Continue Reading · 0