Lesley Ogden, M.D., CEO of Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital and Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital in Oregon, shares her hospitals’ experience during the COVID-19 public health emergency.

Listen here to learn what these critical access hospitals discovered during their seven-month battle with COVID-19, including the significance of emergency disaster planning, community collaboration, flex staffing, supply chain challenges for personal protective equipment and testing, and how cultural awareness can lead to cultural competency.

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