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News Release
Oregon State Hospital Advisory Board meets March 21 in Salem - 03/11/19

March 11, 2019

Media contact: Rebeka Gipson-King, 503-945-7141ebeka.gipson-king@dhsoha.state.or.us">rebeka.gipson-king@dhsoha.state.or.us

Program contact: Jacee Vangestel, 503-945-2852, jacee.m.vangestel@dhsoha.state.or.us

Oregon State Hospital Advisory Board meets March 21 in Salem

What: The regular public meeting of the Oregon State Hospital Advisory Board.

When: March 21,1-5 p.m.

Where: Oregon State Hospital Callan Conference Room, 2600 Center Street NE, Salem. The public can also attend via toll-free conference line at 888-278-0296, participant code 4294893.

Agenda: After the public comment period, topics will include a legislative update, Aid and Assist population management, an update from the Peer Advisory Council and Diversity Committee, as well as a .370 update.

Details: The Oregon State Hospital Advisory Board advises the superintendent, Oregon Health Authority director and legislators on issues related to the safety, security and care of patients. Members include consumers, providers, advocates, legislators, community members, consumer families and OSH union members.

For more information, see the board’s website at https://www.oregon.gov/oha/OSH/Pages/OSHAB.aspx.

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