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SUPERVISOR WILMA CHAN & BETTY YEE, BOARD OF EQUALIZATION TO HOLD MEETING ON THE STATUS OF NON-PROFIT HOSPITALS

 

WHO: Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan & Betty Yee, California Board of Equalization, First District

 

WHAT: Meeting on the role and obligations of non-profit hospitals serving the citizens of Alameda County and the quality of community health care

 

WHEN: Friday, June 22, 2012; 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

 

WHERE: San Leandro Senior Center (13909 E. 14th Street, San Leandro, CA 94578) 

 

WHY: Non-profit hospitals, like San Leandro Hospital, are granted a tax exempt status by the Board of Equalization under California Revenue and Tax Code Section 214.  The granting of the tax exempt status requires hospitals to meet certain specific community benefit requirements without regard to the value of the tax exemption.

Come to hear a discussion on the history of this issue and current thoughts on the adequacy of current regulations.

This meeting is co-hosted by the Ad-hoc Committee to Review the Future of San Leandro Hospital and Community Health Care.

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About Supervisor Wilma Chan

Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan represents the Third District.  She is the Chair of the County’s Health Committee, member of the County’s Personnel, Administrative, and Legislative Committee, Budget Committee, and Unincorporated Services Committee and former Majority Leader of the Assembly and Chair of the Committee on Health of the California Assembly.  Supervisor Chan is the sixth woman to serve as a supervisor in the history of Alameda County. 

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