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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, June 11, 2014 13A Plumas District Hospital Due to a national shortage Nevada Medical Center. charts, perform a full family members, is to stay in their local can now provide a higher of experienced neurologists, The remote access robot is examination and interact invaluable in detecting hospital. In addition, NNMC level of care to patients many patients in smaller manufactured by InTouch and converse with the stroke and in differentiating will provide the materials experiencing a stroke as part communities experience a Health, and has been patient, family members and a low-risk/minor stroke necessary to educate the of a new robotic delay in treatment. That is installed in more than 500 medical care providers, from a potentially community on the telemedicine program changing. "Our goal is toclinical locations throughout "The ability for the catastrophic stroke," says importance of acting fast offered by Northern Nevada bring expert stroke care to the world. Within momentsconsulting stroke interim Chief Executive when there are signs or Medical Center. The patients in community of a request for a medical neurologist to visually share Officer Dr. Jeff Kepple. symptoms of a stroke. program gives PDH the hospitals, allowing patients consultation, a NNMC in the evaluation experience, This program also The public is welcome to resources of NNMC's to remain under the care of specialist can activate the to participate in the patient's includes an education attend the telestroke go-live Primary Stroke Center and their primary physician and robot to assess the patient as examination as ffhe or she component. NNMC will event and presentation allows PDH physicians close to home whenever though he or she were in the were at the bedside with provide PDH with additional Monday, June 23, at 6 p.m., access to neurologists 24 appropriate," says Alan same room. The neurologist PDH emergency room training to hospital staffso held on the grassy area at hours a day, 365 days a year. Olive, CEO of Northern can view vital signs and physician, and interact with that more patients are able PDH. b months for per mo. (reg. per mo.) delivered to your door! HOME DELIVERY of the I New York Times Wall Street Journal I I is ALSO AVAILABLE The Reno Gazette and Wall Street Journal are also available at one of these convenient newsstand locations: CLIO Sierra Energy Clio's Rivers Edge RV Park (Formally Dollard's) Reno Gazette-Journal Reno Gazette-Journal Wall Street Journal BLAIRSDEN EAST QUINCY The Village Baker One Stop Fuel Mini-Mart Reno Gazette-Journal Reno Gazette-Journal Wall Street Journal: Sav Mor Foods (Racks) Little Bear R V Park Reno Gazette-Journal Reno Gazette-Journal Wall Street Journal Valero Fuel Mini-Mart GRAEAGLE Reno Gazette-Journal Graeagle Store Reno Gazette-Journal QUINCY Wall Street Journal 76 Fuel & Mini-Mart Reno Gazette-Journal Graeagle Restaurant Reno Gazette-Journal Chevron Fuel Mini-Mart Reno Gazette-Journal Wall Street Journal PORTOLA Leonard's Market Plumas Pines Center - Reno Gazette,Journal Safeway Wall Street Journal Reno Gazette-Journal Wall Street Journal To subscribe, email: or call I II in Sierra Pacific Foundation Growing Healthy Communities... The Sierra Pacific Foundation, the philanthropic organization founded in 1979 by the Emmerson Family, recently marked its thirty-fifth year in granting scholarships to dependent children of Sierra Pacific Industries' employees. This year 203 students will collectively receive $508,383 to attend colleges, universities and trade schools during the 2014-2015 school year. Recipients are eligible for the scholarship for four years and are sometimes granted a 5th year based on their school and degree program. "Our family is very proud of our scholarship program and we view our scholarship awards as an investment in the future," said Carolyn Emmerson Dietz, Foundation President. "We are especially pleased to help these outstanding young people further their education beyond high school and become tomorrow's leaders," she added. The Sierra Pacific Foundation was founded in 1979 and to date has donated over $5 million dollars in scholarships. In addition to scholarships, the Foundation contributes to youth activities and other organizations in the communities where Sierra Pacific Industries operates. SPF recently announced it will make a $1 million contribution over five years to Redding's One SAFE Place shelter for victims of abuse, and is also contributing $500,000 for construction of the Ida Emmerson Hospice House being built in Eureka, CA. Justina Anderson Alissa Blair Lauren Braddick Kasey Camp Brianna Campa Jenna Cooper Kora Dobson Seth Easley Miranda Fitch Drew Flesuras Jorge Garcia Keefer Hokanson Madison Hokanson Hayley Holzer Jennifer Hornback Andrew Murphy Sara Murphy Anastacia Renteria Jessica Renteria Rebecca Renteria Veronica Renteria Shayla Sennett Jake Wallace Brittany Wilcox Brittnee Wolfe Y unities...