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Business Briefs | Local companies recognized for work; job fair planned – Times-Standard

Providence Hospitals Earn Healthgrades Recognition

Providence in Humboldt County recently announced that St. Joseph’s Hospital in Eureka and Redwood Memorial Hospital have been recognized for high quality accolades by Healthgrades, an organization that recognizes top hospitals with outstanding achievement in specialties keys.

St. Joseph’s Hospital received five awards in the areas of Cardiac and Critical Care. Redwood Memorial received a five-star rating for the treatment of sepsis.

“This recognition from Healthgrades reflects the commitment of our care providers to ensuring that our friends, family and neighbors in Humboldt County receive the best care possible,” said Roberta Luskin Hawk, executive director of Providence County in Humboldt, in a prepared statement. “In addition to providing exceptional care, their compassion for their patients truly embodies our mission, and I couldn’t be prouder of the work they do.”

Providence of Humboldt County received the following awards:

St. Joseph’s Hospital in Eureka:

  • One of Healthgrades America’s Top 100 Hospitals for Coronary Intervention in 2022
  • Recipient of the 2022 Healthgrades Coronary Intervention Excellence Award
  • Named among the nation’s top 10% for coronary interventions in 2022
  • Five-star recipient for Coronary Interventional Procedures in 2022
  • Five-star recipient for the treatment of sepsis for 7 consecutive years (2016 -2022)

Redwood Memorial Hospital:

  • Five-star recipient for the treatment of sepsis in 2022

Leon’s Achieves ASE Blue Seal Recognition

Leon’s Car Care Center was recently awarded the ASE Blue Seal of Excellence, a press release announced.

“Leon’s Car Care Center employs ASE-certified experts in every department, including oil changes, brakes, heating and cooling, shocks and struts, muffler repair and replacement, and maintenance. of the engine under the hood.” manager Dale Warmuth said in a statement. “As we enter our 61st year of business, we continue to prioritize the training and tools of our employees that enable us to provide quality customer service and excellent automotive service and repairs to our many clients. We are honored to receive this recognition from ASE.

To be eligible for the award, at least 75% of the automotive repair shop team members must be ASE certified. In addition, there must be a certified technician in each area of ​​service offered. To remain in the program, a company must renew annually and confirm its certification status.

HCOE will hold a job fair for local districts

Those interested in working in teaching positions with school districts and charter schools in Humboldt County can register and attend a virtual job fair.

The Humboldt County Office of Education is partnering with the California Center on Teaching Careers to present the job fair on April 27 from 4-6 p.m.

“School districts, charter schools, and the Humboldt County Office of Education are wonderful places to impact the educational journey of students in Humboldt County,” said the County Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services. of Humboldt, Colby Smart. “Teachers, administrators, bus drivers, paraprofessionals, corporate staff and many more all play hugely important roles in making our schools great places to learn. I highly recommend anyone interested in joining the teaching staff in our community to attend this unique virtual event.

HCOE representatives will be on hand to explain what working in education is like in Humboldt County.

Pre-registration for the event is underway. Attendees can register at https://thecentervirtualevents-hcoe22.vfairs.com. The deadline for candidate registration is April 26. Local school districts interested in participating should register by April 14. Call 707-445-7039 or visit https://www.hcoe.org for more information.

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