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A Message from CEO, Brian Ivie

Jun 4, 2020, 15:09 PM
At Skagit Regional Health, we treat everyone equally and hold firm to our long-held values for respect and diversity.

We are deeply saddened by the discrimination exposed by recent events across the nation. We struggle with the fact that such divides continue in our society and know that our healthcare organization has a responsibility to play a role in the dialogue and progress toward unity.

Uncertainty around the COVID-19 pandemic and unrest around racial injustices make it more important than ever to stay strong in our deep commitment as a place of healing for all people, regardless of race, background, economic status or ethnicity.

We are honored to care for all. We strongly endorse efforts locally and across the nation to make essential and fundamental changes to eliminate inequity and disparities in care.

At Skagit Regional Health, we treat everyone equally and hold firm to our long-held values for respect and diversity.

We show respect, dignity and kindness to our diverse communities, caring for the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of all.

We value diversity, advocate inclusion and embrace the differences of the individuals with whom we work and the communities we serve.

As a place of healing with a focus on the wellbeing of all, we will remain a voice for equitable care true to our mission “to continually improve the health of our communities serving with compassion and respect, one person at a time.”

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A Message from CEO, Brian Ivie

Jun 4, 2020, 15:09 PM
At Skagit Regional Health, we treat everyone equally and hold firm to our long-held values for respect and diversity.

We are deeply saddened by the discrimination exposed by recent events across the nation. We struggle with the fact that such divides continue in our society and know that our healthcare organization has a responsibility to play a role in the dialogue and progress toward unity.

Uncertainty around the COVID-19 pandemic and unrest around racial injustices make it more important than ever to stay strong in our deep commitment as a place of healing for all people, regardless of race, background, economic status or ethnicity.

We are honored to care for all. We strongly endorse efforts locally and across the nation to make essential and fundamental changes to eliminate inequity and disparities in care.

At Skagit Regional Health, we treat everyone equally and hold firm to our long-held values for respect and diversity.

We show respect, dignity and kindness to our diverse communities, caring for the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of all.

We value diversity, advocate inclusion and embrace the differences of the individuals with whom we work and the communities we serve.

As a place of healing with a focus on the wellbeing of all, we will remain a voice for equitable care true to our mission “to continually improve the health of our communities serving with compassion and respect, one person at a time.”