Swan joins Coast Central Credit Union’s Board of Directors; replacing Jury
Coast Central Credit Union announced that Klark Swan has been appointed by its volunteer Board of Directors to replace Joyce Jury, who retired this year after serving on the board for nearly 30 years.
Swan is a graduate of Humboldt State University and currently works as a manager at Sequoia Conference Center, part of the Humboldt County Office of Education.
She has been active in community service locally for nearly two decades, serving as founding president of both Lost Coast Rotaract as well as Friends of Redwood Coast Montessori. She is currently president-elect of Rotary Club of Eureka.
“We are excited to welcome a community-focused individual like Klark to the CCCU family,” stated James Sessa, president/CEO. “It’s essential that Coast Central continue to provide relevant financial products delivered with exceptional service to members now and in the future. Klark’s dynamic perspective will be invaluable moving forward.” Swan has lived in Eureka for nearly 30 years and has two young children.
Celebrating its 70th anniversary this year, Coast Central Credit Union is the largest member-owned financial institution in the area, with more than 71,500 members and operating 11 Member Services Branches throughout Humboldt, Del Norte and Trinity counties.
Mountain Communities Healthcare implementing new records system
Mountain Communities Healthcare District is in the process of implementing a new electronic medical record system as its current system no longer meets federal requirements.
Due to this change, patients are encouraged to arrive a few minutes early to appointments as it may take longer to register for outpatient testing as all patient information will need to be reentered into the new system. To ensure proper billing, take your insurance card(s) to your next visit.
The clinics will be requesting patients bring in a list of all active medications (can bring the prescription bottle if more convenient), a photo ID and insurance information. Patients will be asked to arrive 20 minutes before their appointment time as it will take registration clerks and the medical assistants more time to enter information into the computer.
PG&E redesigns Resource Centers
In preparing for the possible need to turn off power to prevent wildfires during severe weather, Pacific Gas and Electric Company has adapted its Community Resource Center planning to keep customers and communities safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
PG&E will open CRCs in every county where PG&E initiates a Public Safety Power Shutoff. While a PSPS is an important wildfire safety tool, losing power disrupts lives, especially for customers sheltering-at-home in response to COVID-19. These temporary CRCs will be open to customers when power is out at their home; www.pge.com/wildfiresafety.