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Solomon islands health official defends operating system’s role

Solomon islands health official defends operating system’s role

Hospital on Hatteras Island has no working toilet, new policy says

The Hatteras and Klamath mountains are more than a mile apart. To the north, the peaks are so steep that you have to descend at high altitudes. To the east, the mountains are a bit less daunting. To the south, the mountains 온 카지노lie on a flat bottom that’s a foot off the sea surface. It’s the perfect spot for the hospital.

Now, as the hospital in the town of Klamath was discussing a new policy about toilet paper, a county official who had traveled there to meet with hospital leaders, called his attention to a new program, which said residents could no longer have one.

“At the moment, we’re still paying for toilet paper but we do have a spare section here that has the paper,” said Bob Zabrocki, public health director at the hospital.

In other words, once the hospital was told people had to use paper, it then had to find another place for the paper.

“But that’s OK,” said Zabrocki. “It’s actually better for us that way.”

Zabrocki called his policy, known as the “Klamath Mountain Policy,” a “positive step, considering the new developments that are moving ahead across the country.”

That includes Gov. Jay Inslee’s recent proposal, along with the state Department of Insurance and the Public Health Services Office of Inspector General, that require hospitals to use a paper substitute in all emergency room care. The change does not apply to private hospitals or othe엠 카지노r private groups.

But Zabrocki stressed, “We have a great team here in Klamath and we feel comfortable in meeting their needs.”

He pointed to the fact that he is from California.

In a news release from the Hatteras County Health Department, Zabrocki cited several examples of ways hospital staff had improved because of the Klamath Mountain Policy.

Among them:

A new, “no flushing” sign at the reception room. The department recently installed it so that all personnel would be aware of what’s in toilet paper, Zabrocki noted.

Staff was told to treat handwashing as a last resort. Last summer, hospital officials discovered one patient — a young man — had used up just 12 of the 120 bags he had given, according to a letter the d세종안마epartment sent out