100 community hospital CIOs to know | 2017

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Becker's Healthcare is proud to present its first edition of 100 Community Hospital CIOs to Know.

 Hospitals and health systems rely on CIOs and IT department leaders to develop a long-term technology strategy and oversee EMR implementation and support, telehealth, health information exchanges, cybersecurity and more. Those who lead a community hospital or health system's IT department and functions face unique challenges in their efforts to connect with patients, physician offices and other care settings — often across broad geographies using limited resources.

The individuals featured on this list hold CIO or senior health IT positions at their institutions. In some instances, leaders at health systems are listed given their oversight of IT for individual community hospitals in their system.

The following professionals are set apart by the outstanding recognitions they've earned and exciting new projects they're piloting. Many individuals on this list are members of the Health Information and Management Systems Society, and their workplaces earned spots on Hospitals & Health Network's Health Care's Most Wired list in 2017.

Note: The Becker's editorial team solicited nominations and conducted internal research to develop this list. Individuals and organizations represented did not pay and cannot pay for inclusion. Profiles are listed in alphabetical order.

If you have any questions on this list, please contact Laura Dyrda at ldyrda@beckershealthcare.com.

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Doug Abel. Vice President and CIO of North Kansas City (Mo.) Hospital. Mr. Abel became vice president and CIO of North Kansas City Hospital in April 2017. [CLICK HERE]

Raymond Adkins. CIO of Peninsula Regional Medical Center (Salisbury, Md.). Mr. Adkins joined the 289-bed Peninsula Regional Medical Center in 1998 and serves as CIO where he is responsible for strategic planning and telecommunication service functions. [CLICK HERE]

Sajid Ahmed. Chief Information and Innovation Officer of Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital (Los Angeles). Mr. Ahmed oversees Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital's $70 million health information technology initiative, and he launched the hospital's innovation hub that serves 1.35 million residents from across South Los Angeles. [CLICK HERE]

Nathan Anderson. Director of IT at Brookings Health System (Brookings, S.D.). Mr. Anderson joined Brookings Health System in 2012 as the information management director and has since been promoted to director of IT. [CLICK HERE]

Sallie Arnett. Vice President of Information Systems at Licking Memorial Health Systems (Newark, Ohio). Ms. Arnett joined Licking Memorial Health Systems in 2011 after spending three years at the now closed Wichita, Kan.-based Riverside Health Systems. [CLICK HERE]

Money Atwal. Director of Finance and IT at North Hawaii Community Hospital (Kamuela). Mr. Atwal became director of finance and IT at North Hawaii Community Hospital, an affiliate of Honolulu-based The Queen's Health System, in November 2015. [CLICK HERE]

Harlan Baker. CIO of McDonough District Hospital (Macomb, Ill.). Mr. Baker leads the information systems department at McDonough District Hospital. [CLICK HERE]

Pam Banchy, RN. CIO and Vice President of Clinical Informatics at Western Reserve Hospital (Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio). Ms. Banchy led Western Reserve Hospital's transition to an integrated EHR system in 2013, nearly two years after she signed on as CIO. [CLICK HERE] 

Larry Barnes. Vice President of IT at Salina (Kan.) Regional Health Center. Mr. Barnes is responsible for all information services and telecommunications as vice president of IT at Salina Regional Health Center, a 393-bed facility. [CLICK HERE] 

Jon Barrett. Director of Information Services at Florida Hospital DeLand (Fla.) and Florida Hospital Fish Memorial (Orange City). Mr. Barrett became director of information services for two Adventist Health System hospitals. [CLICK HERE]

Todd J. Beardman, MD. CMIO of North Kansas City (Mo.) Hospital. Dr. Beardman, a hospitalist and internist by training, became CMIO of North Kansas City Hospital in 2013. [CLICK HERE]

Joel Benware. Vice President of Information Systems and Compliance at Northwestern Medical Center (St. Albans, Vt.). Mr. Benware is responsible for strategic planning of all data communications, management and EMR use in his role at Northwestern Medical Center. [CLICK HERE]

Bill Bollinger. CIO of Carroll County Memorial Hospital (Carrollton, Mo.). Mr. Bollinger is CIO of Carroll County Memorial Hospital, a 25-bed critical access hospital that received Hospital & Health Networks' Health Care's Most Wired recognition in 2017 in the small and rural provider category. [CLICK HERE]

Jim Boyer. Vice President of IT and CIO of Rush Memorial Hospital (Rushville, Ind.). Mr. Boyer heads the IT department's efforts to improve patient care at Rush Memorial Hospital. [CLICK HERE]

John Britton. Senior Vice President of Information Services at Fisher-Titus Medical Center (Norwalk, Ohio). Mr. Britton is senior vice president of information services at 99-bed Fisher-Titus Medical Center. [CLICK HERE]

Brant Bucciarelli. CIO of Riverview Health (Noblesville, Ind.). Mr. Bucciarelli began his tenure at Riverview Health in 2012 and led the hospital through EHR installation and implementation in 2016. [CLICK HERE]

Ken Buechele. Vice President of IT at Bronson Healthcare (Kalamazoo, Mich.). Mr. Buechele joined Bronson in 2003 and currently serves as vice president of IT. [CLICK HERE]

Angela Burgess. CIO of Randolph Health (Asheboro, N.C.). Ms. Burgess joined the 145-bed Randolph Health in 1999 as director of operations and decision support before becoming CIO in 2008. [CLICK HERE]

Paul Butler. CIO of Antelope Valley Hospital (Lancaster, Calif.). Mr. Butler was named CIO of Antelope Valley Hospital in February 2017 after spending eight years as director of Top Tier Consulting, a Los Angeles-based healthcare advisory firm. [CLICK HERE]

Bart Butzine. Director of IT at Community Hospital (Grand Junction, Colo.). Mr. Butzine joined Community Hospital as IT director in June 2015 after spending eight years as IT director of customer relations at Phoenix-based Banner Health. [CLICK HERE]

Noah Caldwell. Vice President of Information Services of South Nassau Communities Hospital (Oceanside, N.Y.). Mr. Caldwell joined South Nassau Communities Hospital in August 2015 after spending three years as a technical and strategic IT consultant. [CLICK HERE]

Phil Campbell. Vice President of Information Services and CIO of Calvert Health System (Frederick, Md.). Mr. Campbell is vice president of information services and CIO of Calvert Health System, which includes the nonprofit, community-owned Calvert Memorial Hospital. [CLICK HERE]

Scott Carlson. Director of Information Systems at Mary Greeley Medical Center (Ames, Iowa). Mr. Carlson oversees the Mary Greeley Medical Center's information systems. During his tenure, the 220-bed regional hospital implemented an EHR system. [CLICK HERE]

Jeff Cash. Senior Vice President and CIO of Mercy Medical Center (Cedar Rapids). Mr. Cash oversees Mercy Medical Center's efforts to deploy information technology and embrace new technology. [CLICK HERE]

David Chmura. Director of IT at Copper Queen Community Hospital (Bisbee, Ariz.). Copper Queen Community Hospital is in the small mining town of Bisbee, which is 92 miles southeast of Tucson. [CLICK HERE]

David Chou. Vice President and Chief Information and Digital Officer of Children's Mercy Hospital Kansas City (Mo.).  Mr. Chou created Mercy Hospital Kansas City's enterprise digital strategy roadmap and IT securities program. [CLICK HERE]

Mark Clark. CIO of Yampa Valley Medical Center (Steamboat Springs, Colo.). Mr. Clark has served as CIO of Yampa Valley Medical Center since 2013. [CLICK HERE]

Mike Cottle. Information Services Director at Newton (Kan.) Medical Center. Mr. Cottle has served as information services director at 103-bed Newton Medical Center since 2010. [CLICK HERE]

Steven Cummings. Vice President for Information and Support Services at Brattleboro (Vt.) Memorial Hospital. Mr. Cummings joined 61-bed Brattleboro Memorial Hospital in April 2015 to lead the implementation of a new Cerner EHR system. [CLICK HERE]

Joseph Dado. CIO of Conemaugh Health System (Johnstown, Pa.). Mr. Dado joined Conemaugh Health System in 2005 and is responsible for systemwide information systems and technology strategy. [CLICK HERE]

David Danhauer, MD. Vice President and CMIO of Owensboro (Ky.) Health. Owensboro Health named Dr. Danhauer CMIO in 2012. [CLICK HERE]

Randy Davis. Vice President and CIO of CGH Medical Center (Sterling, Ill.). Mr. Davis joined CGH Medical Center in 1996. [CLICK HERE]

Kathy DeMatteo. CIO of Western Connecticut Health Network (Danbury, Conn.). Ms. DeMatteo is CIO of Western Connecticut Health Network, which includes Danbury (Conn.) Hospital, Norwalk (Conn.) Hospital and New Milford (Conn.) Hospital. [CLICK HERE]

Jake Dorst. Chief Information and Innovation Officer at Tahoe Forest Health System (Truckee, Calif.). Mr. Dorst joined Tahoe Forest Hospital, which includes a hospital with 25 acute care beds, in September 2014 and served as interim CEO for eight months in 2015. [CLICK HERE]

Bryan Downs. Director of Information Systems at Redlands (Calif.) Community Hospital. Mr. Downs has been director of information systems at Redlands Community Hospital since 2012. [CLICK HERE]

Craig Doyle. Vice President and CIO of St. Tammany Parish Hospital (Covington, La.). Mr. Doyle became director of information systems at St. Tammany Parish Hospital in 2012 and has since been promoted to vice president and CIO. [CLICK HERE]

Darrin Goodrow. CIO of Alice Hyde Medical Center (Malone, N.Y.), Inter-Lakes Health (Ticonderoga, N.Y.) and Elizabethtown (N.Y.) Community Hospital. Mr. Goodrow serves as CIO of Alice Hyde Medical Center, Inter-Lakes Health and Elizabethtown Community Hospital. [CLICK HERE]

Jorge Grillo. Vice President of Information Systems of Canton-Potsdam (N.Y.) Hospital. Mr. Grillo joined Canton-Potsdam Hospital, which is certified for 94 beds, in 2010 and currently serves as its vice president and CIO. [CLICK HERE]

Bill Grimm. CIO and HIPAA Security Officer at Henry County Hospital (Napoleon, Ind.). Mr. Grimm began his career as a help desk analyst and eventually became the information systems and patient access director as well as HIPAA security officer at a critical access hospital in Marengo, Iowa. [CLICK HERE]

Danielle Hallas, RN. Director of Hospital Information Systems and HIPAA Security Officer of Warren (Pa.) General Hospital. Ms. Hallas joined 87-bed Warren General Hospital as clinical informatics manager and HIPAA security officer in 2011; she became director of hospital information systems and HIPAA security officer in 2016. [CLICK HERE]

John D. Helvey. CIO of Orchard Hospital (Gridley, Calif.). Mr. Helvey joined Orchard Hospital as director of IT in 2014 and assumed responsibility as the hospital's CIO in 2016. He also serves as the hospital's privacy and security officer. [CLICK HERE]

Kathleen Herald. CIO of Lexington Medical Center (West Columbia, S.C.). Ms. Herald became vice president and CIO of Lexington Medical Center in 2011 and is responsible for working with the hospital's leadership to ensure technology and applications align with the hospital's goals and mission. [CLICK HERE]

Tricia Herman. Executive Director of IT and CIO of Uniontown (Pa.) Hospital. Ms. Herman oversees Uniontown Hospital's IT and informatics department. [CLICK HERE]

Ross Hurd. CIO of Lake Chelan (Wash.) Community Hospital. Mr. Hurd oversees IT for Lake Chelan Community Hospital, a 25-bed critical access hospital. Hospitals & Health Networks has named Lake Chelan Community Hospital among HealthCare's Most Wired hospitals in the nation every year since 2010. [CLICK HERE]

Charles Fennell. Vice President for Information Management and CIO of St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center (Syracuse, N.Y.) and CIO of St. Peter's Health Partners (Albany, N.Y.). Mr. Fennell became CIO of St. Joseph Health in 2001 and added the title of interim CIO of St. Peter's Health Partners in 2015. [CLICK HERE]  

Stephanie Forbes, RN. VP of Population Health and CHA Clinics at Community Hospital of Anaconda (Mont.). Ms. Forbes is responsible for all aspects of health IT at Community Hospital of Anaconda as vice president of population health and CHA clinics. [CLICK HERE]

Michael Jeffries. Vice President and CIO of Boulder (Colo.) Community Health. Mr. Jeffries joined Boulder Community Health in 2016 and is responsible for advancing provider capabilities and operational efficiency through IT innovations. [CLICK HERE]

Eric Jimenez. Director of IT at Artesia (N.M.) General Hospital. Mr. Jimenez is director of information at the 49-bed Artesia General Hospital. [CLICK HERE]

Scott Joslyn. Senior Vice President and CIO of MemorialCare Health System (Fountain Valley, Calif.). As senior vice president and CIO of the five-hospital MemorialCare, Mr. Joslyn oversees the system's information technology, innovation, networking and telecommunications. [CLICK HERE]

Beth Jump, RN. CIO of Logansport (Ind.) Memorial Hospital. Ms. Jump manages Logansport Memorial Hospital's information functions and communication systems as CIO. [CLICK HERE]

Kris Keen. CIO of Cameron Memorial Community Hospital (Angola, Ind.). Mr. Keen joined Cameron Memorial Community Hospital, a 25-bed critical access hospital, in 2011. [CLICK HERE]

Aaron Kramer. CIO of Adirondack Health (Saranac Lake, N.Y.). Mr. Kramer became CIO of Adirondack Health, a two-hospital healthcare system, in September 2016 after spending a year as assistant vice president of information systems. [CLICK HERE]

Richard D. Lang. Vice President and CIO of Doylestown (Pa.) Health. Mr. Lang manages the advanced clinical automation initiatives at Doylestown Health, including the 232-bed Doylestown Hospital, as vice president and CIO. [CLICK HERE]

Brennan Lehman. CIO of Mosaic Life Care (St. Joseph, Mo.). Mr. Lehman provides executive leadership for innovative clinical technology solutions at Mosaic Life Care, a one-hospital system with more than 60 clinical facilities. [CLICK HERE]

Gary Light. Vice President and CIO of Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center (Jasper, Ind.). Mr. Light provides executive leadership for information technology planning and delivery at the 143-bed Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center. [CLICK HERE] 

Todd MacConnell. County IT Director of Wyoming County Community Health System (Warsaw, N.Y.). Mr. MacConnell has served as Wyoming County Community Health System's county IT director since June 2011, when the hospital's IT and building and grounds departments became the county's operational responsibility. [CLICK HERE] 

Kyle Marek. CIO and Chief Privacy Officer of Carteret Health Care (Morehead City, N.C.). Mr. Marek became CIO and chief privacy officer of Carteret Health Care, a 135-bed nonprofit hospital. [CLICK HERE]] 

John Mangona. Vice President, CIO and Compliance Officer of Saratoga Hospital (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.). Mr. Mangona joined Saratoga Hospital in 1995 and is involved in Healthix, the health information exchange of New York. [CLICK HERE]                                                

John Mason. CIO of Hill Country Memorial (Fredericksburg, Texas). Mr. Mason began his career as a U.S. Army Captain and Communications Officer; in 1996 he embarked on a career path in healthcare and consulting. [CLICK HERE]  

Denni McColm. CIO of Citizens Memorial Hospital Healthcare (Bolivar, Mo.). In 1998, Ms. McColm joined Citizens Memorial Healthcare, a system including an 86-bed hospital, 32 primary care and specialty care clinics and seven long-term facilities. [CLICK HERE]  

Nancy McDonnell. CIO of Illinois Valley Community Hospital (Peru). Ms. McDonnell joined Illinois Valley Community Hospital in 2008. As CIO, she oversees performance and strategic initiatives within the information systems department. [CLICK HERE] 

Michael McKay. CIO of Wickenburg (Ariz.) Community Hospital. Mr. McKay began his career in health IT in 1976 at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. [CLICK HERE]

Michael Mistretta. Vice President and CIO of Virginia Hospital Center (Arlington). Mr. Mistretta joined Virginia Hospital Center as vice president and CIO in 2015. [CLICK HERE]

Deane Morrison. CIO of Concord (N.H.) Hospital. Mr. Morrison is CIO of Concord Hospital, a 295-bed facility with more than 2,600 full-time employees. [CLICK HERE]

Debbi Muro. Interim CIO of El Camino Hospital (Mountain View, Calif.). Ms. Muro joined El Camino Hospital in 2014, where she serves as interim CIO. [CLICK HERE]

Emmanuel Ndow. CIO of Marion (Ind.) General Hospital. As CIO at Marion General Hospital, Mr. Ndow leads innovation and technology initiatives. [CLICK HERE]

Roger Neal. Vice President of Operations and CIO of Duncan (Okla.) Regional Hospital. Mr. Neal is responsible for implementing technology solutions that meet Duncan Regional Hospital's financial and social missions. [CLICK HERE]

Keith Neuman. Vice President and CIO of Roper St. Francis (Charleston, S.C.).  Mr. Neuman is vice president and CIO of Roper St. Francis. [CLICK HERE]

Charles Pearce. CIO and CFO of Kalispell (Mont.) Regional Healthcare. Mr. Pearce has served as CIO and CFO of Kalispell Regional Healthcare since August 2000. [CLICK HERE]

Matthew Peddie. Vice President and CIO of Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center (Patchogue, N.Y.). Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center named Mr. Peddie vice president and CIO in 2016. [CLICK HERE]

Fredrick Peet. CIO of Yuma (Ariz.) Regional Medical Center. Mr. Peet became CIO of 406-bed Yuma Regional Medical Center in 2015 after serving as the hospital's director of IT and interim CIO. [CLICK HERE]

Lee Powe. CIO of Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital (Elkin, N.C.). Mr. Powe joined Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital in 2006.[CLICK HERE]

Sheila Puffenberger. Director of Information Technology at Hillsdale (Mich.) Hospital. Ms. Puffenberger successfully helped Hillsdale Hospital achieve meaningful use stages 1 and 2, and outlined hands-on IT education classes for nursing staff and physicians. [CLICK HERE]

Timothy Roberts. CIO of Yavapai Regional Medical Center (Prescott, Ariz.). Mr. Roberts has expertise in population health management, accountable care and IT strategic planning as the CIO of Yavapai Regional Medical Center — a position he's held since 2015.[CLICK HERE]

Carol Roosa. Vice President of Information Services and CIO of Heywood Hospital (Garden, Mass.). Ms. Roosa oversees the deployment of technology solutions to support patient care delivery at Heywood Hospital, a 134-bed facility.. [CLICK HERE] 

Christopher Ryan. CIO of Auburn (N.Y.) Community Hospital. Mr. Ryan became CIO of Auburn Community Hospital in 2009. [CLICK HERE]

Matt Sakalosky. CIO and Chief Information Security Officer of Fremont (Neb.) Health. Mr. Sakalosky has served as chief information security officer and CIO of Fremont Health, which includes 81-bed Fremont Health Medical Center, since March 2015. [CLICK HERE]

Derek Sailors. Director of Information Systems at Community Hospital (McCook, Neb.). Mr. Sailors joined Community Hospital in 2008 as an information systems technical support/help-desk coordinator and accepted a series of promotions before being named director of information systems in February 2017. [CLICK HERE]

Richard Schaeffer. Vice President and CIO of St. Clair Hospital (Pittsburgh). Mr. Schaeffer is responsible for establishing strategic IT direction for the 328-bed St. Clair Hospital. [CLICK HERE]

David Shroades. CIO and Vice President of Professional Services at Alliance (Ohio) Community Hospital. Mr. Shroades joined Alliance Community Hospital in September 2000 and serves as vice president of professional services and CIO. [CLICK HERE]

Jody Siltzer. Director of IT at Cheyenne (Wyo.) Regional Medical Center. Mr. Siltzer serves as director of IT at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, where he helmed the hospital's EHR implementation. [CLICK HERE]

Carl Smith. CIO of King's Daughters Medical Center (Brookhaven, Miss.). Mr. Smith is responsible for all information systems at King's Daughters Medical Center, which includes 99 beds. [CLICK HERE]

LaVonne Smith. Information Systems Director at Tomah (Wis.) Memorial Hospital. Ms. Smith oversees information systems at Tomah Memorial Hospital. [CLICK HERE]

Douglas Spotts, MD. CMIO of Evangelical Community Hospital (Lewisburg, Pa.). Dr. Spotts oversees Evangelical Community Hospital's EHR initiatives related to improving patient safety, clinical quality and population health. [CLICK HERE]

Lance Spranger. CIO of St. John's Medical Center (Jackson, Wyo.). Mr. Spranger is CIO of St. John's Medical Center and a HIMSS certified professional in healthcare information and management systems. [CLICK HERE]

Brian Sterud. CIO of Faith Regional Health Services (Norfolk, Neb.). Mr. Sterud became CIO of 131-bed Faith Regional Health in 2012. [CLICK HERE]

Scott Stewart. Manager of Information Services at Rochelle (Ill.) Community Hospital. Mr. Stewart oversees information services at Rochelle Community Hospital, which received Hospital & Health Network's Health Care's Most Wired recognition for the third time in 2017. [CLICK HERE]

T.J. Temple. CIO of Ozarks Medical Center (West Plains, Mo.). Mr. Temple is the CIO of Ozarks Medical Center, a 114-bed acute care hospital. [CLICK HERE]

Brian Tew. Vice President of IT and CIO of Greater Hudson Valley Health System (Middletown, N.Y.). Mr. Tew oversees IT for the Greater Hudson Valley Health System, including Harris, N.Y.-based Catskill Regional Medical Center and Middletown, N.Y.-based Orange Regional Medical Center. [CLICK HERE]

Grant Tillett. CIO of Prairie Lakes Healthcare System (Watertown, S.D.). Mr. Tillett provides executive leadership for strategic IT projects at Prairie Lakes Health System. [CLICK HERE]

Keith Van Camp. Vice President of IT at St. Dominic Hospital (Jackson, Miss.). Mr. Van Camp oversees St. Dominic Hospital's IT department, where he has been instrumental in efforts to implement a new EHR system and expand its emergency room.[CLICK HERE]

Kwi Vollhardt. Vice President of Information Systems at Knox Community Hospital (Mount Vernon, Ohio). Ms. Vollhardt has served as director of information systems at Knox Community Hospital since 2004, where she oversaw the planning and implementation of an EHR in partnership with Standard Register Healthcare. [CLICK HERE]

Mark Waind. CIO of Altru Health Systems (Grand Forks, N.D.). Mr. Waind oversees information services, telecommunications, transcription and health information management for Altru Health System, a community-owned integrated system consisting of an acute care hospital and specialty hospital. [CLICK HERE]

Charlene Webber-Schuss. CIO and Director of Health IT at Community Hospital of the Monterey (Calif.) Peninsula. Ms. Webber-Schuss joined Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula in 1984 and currently oversees the hospital's health IT department. [CLICK HERE]

Shawn Weldin. Director of IT at Sabetha (Kan.) Community Hospital. Mr. Weldin became director of IT at the 25-bed Sabetha Community Hospital in 2007. [CLICK HERE]

Craig Wells. CIO at George C. Grape Community Hospital (Hamburg, Iowa). Mr. Wells became CIO of George C. Grape Community Hospital in 2010, where he helped the hospital to implement an EHR and attest for meaningful use in 2014-15. [CLICK HERE]

Joanne White. CIO of Wood County Hospital (Bowling Green, Ohio). Ms. White joined Wood County Hospital in 1999 and heads the hospital's IT department as CIO. [CLICK HERE]

Shane Winters. Director of IT at Jersey Community Hospital (Jerseyville, Ill.). Mr. Winters became director of IT at Jersey Community Hospital in September 2016 after serving as manager of server and storage operations at St. Louis University. [CLICK HERE]  

Jason Yaworsky. Senior Vice President and CIO of Upper Allegheny Health System (Olean, N.Y.). Mr. Yaworsky spent two years as director of IT at Olean (N.Y.) General Hospital before rising to senior vice president and CIO of Upper Allegheny Health System in 2009. [CLICK HERE]

Mark Zielazinski. Chief Information and Technology Integration Officer of Marin General Hospital (Greenbrae, Calif.). Mr. Zielazinski joined Marin General Hospital in 2012 as the chief information and technology integration officer after serving two years as CIO of Oakland, Calif.-based Alameda County Medical Center. [CLICK HERE]

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