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Dr. Joy Engleberry, New NIHD CMO (Phone)

Dr. Joy Engblade to serve as NIHD Chief Medical Officer

Joy Engblade, MD MMM FACP, has accepted the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) role for the Northern Inyo Healthcare District. In this new role, Dr. Engblade will engage, align, and act as a liaison between the District medical staff and its administration. She will also provide oversight to key departments. Her role begins Monday, April 5. […]

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Inyo County’s second mass vaccination clinic set for this weekend. Keep Your Appointments!

The Inyo County Health and Human Services Department and its partner, Northern Inyo Healthcare District, are holding their second mass vaccination clinic at the Eastern Sierra Tri-County Fairgrounds this Saturday and Sunday. The County’s first mass vaccination clinic was on Feb. 20 and Feb. 21. “If you were a recipient of one of the 1,013 […]

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 STATE REVISES VACCINE GUIDANCE TO INCLUDE AGES 65+ | Inyo County Makes Change Yesterday, the California Department of Public Health revised the California COVID-19 vaccination plan to include individuals 65 and older in Phase 1B Tier 1, along with non-medical first responders, teachers, school support staff, and childcare workers, and high-exposure front-line workers in the […]

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COVID-19 Vaccinations Begin at Northern Inyo Healthcare District

INYO COUNTY, December 22, 2020 – During the weekend, the much-awaited Pfizer-BioNTech vaccination distribution began at Northern Inyo Healthcare District with Emergency Department Registered Nurse Cameron Winston receiving the first dose. The historic moment may very well mark the moment of change in the outcome of the pandemic for Inyo County. The County of Inyo […]

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The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine has arrived at NIHD

How cool is this? If it’s the new coronavirus vaccine that just arrived at the Norther Inyo Healthcare District today on Thursday, Dec. 17, it’s VERY COOL! As in Arctic temperature “cool.” The Pfizer vaccine must be stored at about minus-75 degrees Celsius. That is about 50 degrees colder than any vaccine currently used in […]

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