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Lodi Health to join Adventist Health

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Scott Reiner, President and Chief Executive Officer of Adventist Health

“The employees (at Lodi Health) can feel secure in knowing we don’t see changes that are too dramatic.”

Alan Nakanishi, Lodi City Councilman and Lodi ophthalmologist

“Lodi and Adventist Health will be a terrific combination. I know personally the quality of work Adventist Health does, and it is impressive.”

Joe Harrington, Lodi Health Chief Executive Officer

“Like other hospitals in the region, we’ve seen lower patient volumes. So I’ve told our employees we need new capital to invest in new resources and grow our organization. For them, and for the broader community, it is better to make this change to have the opportunity to grow.”

Alan Nakanishi, Lodi City Councilman

“As a city, we can ask General Mills if we wait to raise rates for two years, will they stay?”

Lodi Health chief executive officer Joe Harrington

“I’m very enthusiastic. We’ve been working on this for two years now. We did everything we could to let people know why we chose Adventist Health. We’re on the right road.”

Posted: Thursday, August 28, 2014 1:52 pm

Lodi Health directors have signed a letter of intent to affiliate with Adventist Health, based in Roseville.

Lodi Health, which operates Lodi Memorial Hospital, had been seeking a larger, better-financed partner for several months. The hospital has been independent since it was founded 61 years ago.

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