The California Hospital Association and regional associations and the AHA have donated to provide relief for the hundreds of hospital employees who have lost their homes or been displaced by wildfires throughout the state. The funds will be disbursed to hospitals in the areas affected by the Camp, Woolsey and Hill fires. Adventist Health Feather River was seriously damaged by the Camp Fire and is accepting donations to help staff, most of whom lost their homes. Enloe Medical Center in Chico, which received most of the patients evacuated from Paradise, also is accepting donations for caregivers, patients and families displaced by the fire; and the HCA Hope Fund is accepting donations to support Los Robles employees impacted by the Woolsey and Hill Fires.

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