Not even two weeks after CBW and SEARHC signed the letter of intent, the steering committee has announced a feasibility work session to take place in Wrangell from April 7th-9th.
Stakeholders from WMC, SEARHC, CBW, AICS, Wrangell Cooperative Association, and the community at-large will participate in a two-day session with Wold Architects and Engineers to frame general healthcare needs in Wrangell.
The work session will culminate on April 9th with a community meeting in the Nolan Center. There, Wold A&E and the committee will present the work session results and listen to any questions from those in attendance. If the future of healthcare in Wrangell isn't enough reason for you to attend, the Stik will provide fresh-baked cookies and SEARHC will offer up 40,000 AK Air miles as a door prize.
The CBW Advisory is below:
This is the first of several meetings the committee will hold in the coming months, that is if SEARHC continues down the road of assuming hospital operations. Come listen first-hand to stakeholders and hospital staff. Have concerns? Come to get answers direct from the source(s).