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San Luis Obispo County wants your help in choosing a new Health Agency Director

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San Luis Obispo County is seeking the public's input in choosing the next Health Agency Director.

"We want to know what qualities the new Health Agency Director should bring to the position to best meet the entire community's needs," said County Human Resources Director Tami Douglas-Schatz.

Former Health Agency Director Jeff Hamm's resignation was announced in November 2017. Hamm will stay with the Health Agency until April 2018 throughout the recruiting process. The County is working with WBCP Inc to conduct a nationwide search for a new Director who will continue to address the issues within the community's health system including the mental health treatment of County Jail inmates, the growing statewide mental health crisis and upcoming changes to the county's animal shelter and services. 

Anyone interested in providing feedback is asked to take an e-survey or attend a public input meeting on Monday, January 8, 2018 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the community room at the San Luis Obispo branch of the County Library, located at 995 Palm Street.  You can also email Wendi Brown, WBCP Inc., at wendi@wbrowncreative.com.

For more information about the County of San Luis Obispo Health Agency, please visit: http://www.slocounty.ca.gov/Departments/Health-Agency.aspx

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