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Starting March 23 - No Smoking Campus 03.19.2020

Starting Monday, March 23, 2020, individuals will not be allowed to smoke on the hospital campus, including in vehicles. Smoking and vaping can make a person more vulnerable to a severe infection such as with the novel coronavirus. To help patients through this process providers are offering nicotine replacement therapy.

Here are some helpful tips that can assist with quitting smoking:

● Get regular exercise.
● Stay away from smokers and places that make you want to smoke. If people close to you
   smoke, ask them to quit with you or avoid smoking around you.
● Keep gum, hard candy, or something to put in your mouth handy. If you get a craving for a
   cigarette, try one of these instead.
● Keep your hands busy. Do a crossword puzzle, seek-a-word, or Sudoku puzzle.
● Teach yourself to knit or crochet, you tube learning videos are helpful when learning new tasks.


Coronavirus (COVID-19) 03.17.2020

To ensure patient, staff and community safety, Oroville Hospital has taken numerous steps behind the scenes in preparation of potential local cases and community spread of COVID-19.  Below is a list of some of the various precautions that have been put into place to proactively reduce...

Canceled - Join Us for a Free Educational Dinner 03.06.2020

Please join us for a free educational dinner!

As of 03.17.2020, our educational dinner will be canceled. 03.17.2020 - Due to the current situation regarding COVD - 19, Oroville Hospital will be following CDC recommendations and cancelling this community...

Canceled - Oroville Hospital's Tri-Annual Career Fair 03.06.2020

Join us for our Tri-Annual Career Fair!

As of 03.17.2020, our Tri - Annual Career Fair will be canceled. 03.17.2020 - Due to the current the situation regarding COIVD - 19, Oroville Hospital will be following CDC recommendations and cancelling this community...

Husband and Wife Surgical Specialist Duo Join Oroville Hospital 12.02.2019

Oroville Hospital is proud to welcome new Critical Care Surgeon, Dr. Zachary Peckler, and new Colorectal Surgeon, Dr. Preeti Shenoy. The two physicians are a husband and wife duo that have made the move from the east coast, to Northern California to settle and establish their respective...

Field of Ophthalmology: Ensuring a Clear Future 07.10.2019

Field of Ophthalmology: Ensuring a Clear Future

“Going to the eye doctor” can mean a variety of things. Will you see an optometrist, an ophthalmologist, or an optician? Or, all three?

According to Dr. Charlene Chang, ophthalmologist with Oroville...

Minimally Invasive Carpal Tunnel Solutions 05.30.2019

Minimally Invasive Carpal Tunnel Solutions

If you start to feel pain in your thumbs or wrists and it is becoming difficult to perform daily tasks, you might be suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome.

Carpal tunnel occurs with the compression of the median...

Post-Acute Care Administrator Receives ACHCA’s Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award 05.13.2019

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Post-Acute Care Administrator Receives ACHCA’s Eli Pick Facility Leadership...

Oroville Hospital Takes Action to Improve Parking at the Main Campus 05.13.2019

At Oroville Hospital our patient’s ability to access quality health care with ease is one of our top priorities. We understand that the lack of parking at the main campus has put a hindrance on our patients, and our executive team has been intently working on how we can correct this...

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