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BCHF: Community Group to the Rescue

The Borrego Community Health Foundation (BCHF) on numerous occasions stated that expansion to multiple clinics and services was necessary to support the Borrego Springs Clinic. Borrego Springs, the original clinic was the golden goose that became the government ATM that grew... — Updated 10/26/2020


BCHF: Most Expensive Non-Profit in U.S.

Apologies to our readers. It’s hard to follow the details of the Borrego Community Health Foundation’s (BCHF) misadventures, as it is to report them. The Sun is often as confused as anyone trying to make sense of Borrego Health’s operations. This article will attempt to sum... — Updated 8/21/2020


BCHF: 990 Update

It’s out for public review. Yes, anyone can see the Borrego Community Health Foundation’s (BCHF) 2019-IRS990. It’s not on the Health and Human Resources Agency web page yet. Since the Foundation does no public postings, all an interested party has to do, according to the... — Updated 8/13/2020


Borrego Health Clinic: Facts Are Facts

Fix it… The Borrego Sun investigation into the Borrego Community Health Foundation (BCHF) began as an attempt to understand what was going on at the Borrego Springs clinic with the dismissal of critical resident providers. The concern extended to the three-month absence of the... — Updated 7/16/2020


Borrego Clinic: Part Five

The Borrego Sun’s investigation into Borrego Community Health Foundation (BCHF) is starting to have its effect. Director of Marketing Victor Coral has communicated to the Sun the following as regards the Borrego Springs Clinic. A Dr. David Flick has been assigned to the Clinic... — Updated 7/13/2020


Clinic... Enough is Enough

You know there’s a problem when…. The Borrego Sun began asking questions about operations of the Borrego Community Health Foundation (BCHF) with the firing of Jan Jones and Dr. Pam McEvoy, two high profile and respected medical providers at the Borrego Springs Clinic. At the... — Updated 7/2/2020


Borrego Clinic Crisis: Part Four

Another executive seems to has left Borrego Health – John Heydt, Chief Academic Officer. His salary was $680,000 plus benefits, and a family member, Stephanie Heydt, being paid $54,000. It seems strange that from July 2019, he was CEO of Apex Medical Group and is the Chief... — Updated 7/1/2020


Deceit in the Desert

The Borrego Sun questioned the Borrego Community Health Foundation (BCHF) about the dismissal of Jan Jones and Dr. Pamela McEvoy, and subsequent resignation of Charles Collum. The foundation responded with an unsigned, generic statement, claiming workforce layoffs, furloughs and... — Updated 6/17/2020


Borrego Clinic Crisis: Part Three

Word is more key staff have left Borrego Health. Nancy Pealing, Chief Quality Officer, having been with Borrego Health for 16 years, earning a salary of $342,000, with a relative earning $58,000, and Gabriela Alvarado, Chief Compli... — Updated 6/15/2020


Clinic Woes Continue

Borrego Community Health Foundation (BCHF) doesn’t seem to care about the Borrego Springs community. At least, that’s the consensus of community critiques of the clinic’s service, ranging from a survey completed in 2016, to anger over the recent firings of trusted, full-time... — Updated 6/3/2020


Borrego Clinic Crisis: (Part Two)

The Borrego Health saga continues. Another of their key personnel, LVN Charles Collum has resigned over the termination of Jan Jones and Dr. Pamela McEvoy. He was with the clinic for nearly five years, and a very respected employee. The Clinic is falling apart. Meanwhile the... — Updated 6/1/2020


Clinic Makes Changes

Due to COVID-19, the Borrego Medical Clinic has been hit with major financial strains. As a result, they have had to make some drastic changes. In a statement, the clinic said, "Over the last eight weeks, across our organization, we have experienced a dramatic shift in the way... — Updated 6/1/2020


What's Really Going On at the Clinic?

Medical services at Borrego Springs Clinic are facing a crisis with the termination of full-time, licensed medical providers: Jan Jones, long time family nurse practitioner, and sole psychologist Pam McEvoy. Adding to the clinic’s problems, resident medical doctor, James Huot... — Updated 6/1/2020


Borrego Clinic Crisis: Clinic Implodes (Part One)

Our clinic seems to be in a total state of disarray. Staff who have been there a long time and very respected have had their employment terminated and with more people leaving. The resident physician Dr. James Huot has not been seen in months with no explanation (read story on... — Updated 6/1/2020


Viewpoint: Borrego Clinic

Americans throughout the country are celebrating and honoring health care workers as warriors during the coronavirus pandemic. In Borrego Springs, they are being terminated. With the firing of the Borrego Springs clinic’s full time, resident nurse practitioner, mental health... — Updated 6/1/2020


BVEF Clinic Press Release

BORREGO SPRINGS NEEDS URGENT CARE CENTER What Does the Borrego Valley Endowment Fund (The Fund) Plan to Do? Committed to enhancing health care for permanent residents, seasonal residents, and visitors of Borrego Springs, The FUND proposes to support the opening of an Urgent Care C... — Updated 6/1/2020


Borrego Springs - Medical Center, Money Matters

Survey says: need more doctors. Since the completion of the official healthcare survey last month, The Fund (Borrego Valley Endowment Fund, BVEF) is working to decide where to direct their resources next; while the current Medical... — Updated 6/1/2020


Borrego Springs – Medical Clinic Founders Son Speaks

From the outside looking in, Borrego is very hard to explain and comprehend. There are many issues that other communities do not have to deal with in the same context and the one that is talked about these days is the medical care... — Updated 6/1/2020


Borrego Springs - Rally re: Medical Center

The newly named Borrego Village Endowment Fund (BVEF, 'The Fund') has initiated a conversation with the members of the community through an online health care survey with the help of the Borrego Springs Chamber of Commerce and... — Updated 6/1/2020


WHY - Borrego Springs Medical Clinic

Taken from an interview with Bob Kelly, the Chair of the Endowment Fund (also Chair of Sharp Healthcare, one of the biggest employers in San Diego) and Bruce Kelley (Board member with a Ph.D in preventative medicine). The... — Updated 6/1/2020


Borrego Springs Medical Center - Community Prescriptions

Resorts need health care The biggest mystery to the apparent lack of medical services in Borrego Springs is the estimation of the number of prospective permanent residents and indeed part-time visitors who choose to permanently reside elsewhere or, who select other leisure... — Updated 6/1/2020

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