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Employment History

NORTHERN ARIZONA HEALTHCARE CORPORATION

Chief Executive Officer and Compliance Officer

Little Colorado Medical Center

Affiliations

Board Member
Arizona Amateur Hockey Association

Web References (34 Total References)


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Jeff Hamblen, Little Colorado Medical Center CEO


CEO Message

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Jeff Hamblen, CEO

Little Colorado Medical Center


Little Colorado Medical Center contact us

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Jeff J. Hamblen Chief Executive Officer Phone: (928) 289-6300 Email: JHamblen@lcmcwmh.com


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Little Colorado Medical Center in Winslow has received about $1 million in such assistance each year since 2006, "which actually give(s) me a chance to have a black rather than a red bottom line," said Jeff Hamblen, the hospital's CEO.

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The impact of the enrollment freeze could top $50 million, as those 100,000 childless adults lose AHCCCS coverage and likely become uninsured and unable to pay for care at all, leaving hospitals holding the entire bill for their care, Hamblen said.
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But layoffs impact the quality of care a hospital can provide because health care is a "high-touch industry" that relies on nurses, doctors and lab technicians, among others, to keep a hospital running effectively, Hamblen said.
"If you start whacking staff then you're not a high-touch industry anymore," he said.


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Little Colorado Medical Center in Winslow has received about $1 million in such assistance each year since 2006, "which actually give(s) me a chance to have a black rather than a red bottom line," said Jeff Hamblen, the hospital's CEO.

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The impact of the enrollment freeze could top $50 million, as those 100,000 childless adults lose AHCCCS coverage and likely become uninsured and unable to pay for care at all, leaving hospitals holding the entire bill for their care, Hamblen said.
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But layoffs impact the quality of care a hospital can provide because health care is a "high-touch industry" that relies on nurses, doctors and lab technicians, among others, to keep a hospital running effectively, Hamblen said.
"If you start whacking staff then you're not a high-touch industry anymore," he said.

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