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November 8, 2016 — California General Election
Special District

Washington Township Health Care DistrictCandidate for Board Member

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Patricia "Pat" Danielson

Board Director, Washington Township Health Care District
58,671 votes (38.97%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Continue to ensue that the hospital provides quality health care for everyone.
  • Continue to provide diligent stewardship of the district's assets to maintain the financial stability of the hospital and the services.
  • Continue construction of the Morris Hyman Critical Care Pavilion to provide urgently needed earthquake-safety emergency services.

Experience

Experience

Profession:Health Information Management Professional
Health Information Management Consultant, Self Employed (1990–current)
Washington Hospital Healthcare District Board Member, Washington Hospital Healthcare District — Elected position (2001–current)

Community Activities

City Coordinator and Community Information Faire Chair, Newark Days Celebration, Inc. (1992–current)
Board member, New Haven Educational Foundation Advisory Council (2013–current)
Program Chair, Newark Optimist Club (2003–current)
Immediate Past Chair, Tri-City Elder Coaliton (1998–current)
Board Member, former President, Mental Health Association of Alameda County (1993–2001)

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