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Back to Masks coming to Mono County? “Recommended” by MCPH

In response to increasing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) cases locally and statewide (view Mono County Case Stats) , on July 19, 2021 Mono County Public Health is recommending the resumption of face coverings for both vaccinated and unvaccinated residents and visitors within indoor public spaces. The added concerns of the Delta variant, as well as a number […]

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We should have seen this coming: Mono County Covid-19 Cases Increase Following Statewide Reopening

Unvaccinated Residents and Visitors Urged to Schedule Vaccination Appointments July 15, 2021 – Following the official statewide reopening on June 15, the Mono County Health Department has recorded a fatality related to COVID-19 complications, as well as an increase in positive COVID-19 cases, and a slowing in the overall vaccination rate. Positive COVID-19 cases are […]

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Things winding down as Mono County Announces COVID-19 Vaccine Transition Plan

Residents Encouraged to Visit My Turn Website to Schedule Appointments  Effective July 1, Mono County Public Health’s walk-in clinics will be winding down to twice per month as local partners, including Mammoth Hospital, join us in administering COVID-19 (Coronavirus) vaccines. Safe, free, and effective COVID-19 vaccines are now available to everyone age 12 and up, […]

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Mammoth Hospital Receives $10,000 Grant From Vons Foundation for Low-cost Mammograms

For the ninth year in a row, Mammoth Hospital has received a $10,000 grant from the Vons Foundation to fund $10 mammograms for low-income residents in Mammoth Lakes and its surrounding communities. This recurring donation allows Mammoth Hospital to offer $10 mammograms to over 40 patients per year and diagnose about six early-stage cancers annually. […]

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Mammoth Hospital – Not wearing a mask under new Covid-19 regulations does not include healthcare settings!

A Message on Facemask Requirements from Mammoth Hospital: Everyone should continue to wear mask at the hospital until told otherwise! Mammoth Hospital is excited, along with everyone else, about the new state guidelines eliminating the use of masking indoors and outdoors for most businesses and activities, saying that they think it is great news that […]

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Newest Addition to Mammoth Hospital, Dr. Rachel Canning

Dr. Rachel Canning is the newest addition to the Mammoth Hospital team, coming to Mammoth Lakes most recently from Fresno, CA where she completed her predoctoral internship, postdoctoral fellowship, and worked as a Clinical Psychologist at the Sullivan Center for Children. She completed her doctorate in Clinical Psychology, with a specialization in child and adolescent […]

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Unified Command Covid-19 Emergency Operations Center Announces Transitions in Mono County

Time for a change as response to COVID-19 shifts gears towards vaccinations. Effective February 5, Mono County Emergency Medical Services Chief Chris Mokracek transitioned into the role of Director of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), relieving Mammoth Lakes Fire Protection Chief Frank Frievalt. After 47 weeks of collaborative and determined leadership, Chief Frievalt will transition […]

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Smiling faces…Covid-19 Relief Begins in Mono County with Frontline Healthcare workers

There are a lot of smiles on the faces of Mono County frontline healthcare workers as doctors, nurses, environmental housekeeping workers, clinicians, and everyone in the healthcare field that have close, if not daily contact, with Covid-19 patients are being immunized against the deadly virus. It must be a great relief. Mono County announced in […]

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Mono County (And Inyo County as Well) Placed Under Regional Stay-At-Home Order

[Expect a similar press release very soon from Inyo County with essentially the same information,] December 5, 2020 – In a press release from Mono County Health Department and the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) that handles the COVID-19 response countywide, residents are being informed that effective December 6 (Sunday) at 11:59PM, Mono County (as part […]

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National Infection Prevention Week | Mammoth Hospital Recognizes Staci Brock, Infection Prevention Coordinator.

This week is National Infection Prevention Week and Mammoth Hospital posted on its Facebook page that it wanted to celebrate and recognize Staci Brock, our Infection Prevention Coordinator. They had the following to say: Staci has been a nurse at Mammoth Hospital since February 2018. She took the position as Infection Prevention Coordinator last year […]

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