"I speak on behalf of our talented medical staff, employees, and volunteers when I say, thank you for choosing our team of dedicated professionals to take care of you. We are committed to providing outstanding care to our community, and look forward to hearing about your experience. There is no greater honor than to offer you the highest level of quality compassionate personalized care. Each day we strive to fulfill our vision to be your first choice for healthcare and invite you to join us in our journey to demonstrate what a model community hospital looks like." - JoDee Read, CEO
At Plumas District Hospital, you, our patient, are the focus of everything we do. Our outstanding clinical care is designed to make your arrival welcoming, and your stay and transition home as comfortable as possible. Our hospital provides a wide variety of amenities and services to meet your needs and to keep you close to home.
We are a Critical Access Hospital located in Quincy, California, with a publicly elected Board of Directors. The hospital has 16 licensed beds and an average daily census of 5.5. Plumas District Hospital offers emergency care, inpatient and outpatient services, and diagnostics such as imaging and laboratory. PDH operates two Rural Health Clinics (in Quincy and Greenville) which offer primary and specialty care, including dental. Our medical staff consists of physicians and advanced care practitioners who are the lifeline of our organization. There are 14 physicians working in the Rural Health Clinic (this includes visiting and telemedicine specialists); four nurse practitioners and three physician assistants, and one dentist. In addition, the hospital employs 235 people. Hospital Visiting Hours Plumas District Hospital does not have strict visiting hours. Visitors are welcome any time. If a visitor is being disruptive, or too noisy, our hospital staff will ask them to leave.
Meet JoDee Read, Plumas District Hospital’s Chief Executive Officer. JoDee grew up on a cattle ranch in a small town north of Madras Oregon where her father and brother continue to ranch. “I am passionate about rural healthcare, relationships, collaboration, and horses,” Read says. JoDee attributes these passions through her life experiences, living the sacrifices her parents made to ensure she and her siblings had bright futures, and her grandmother Betty Jean Johnson who encouraged her to see the best in people knowing you can do more together.