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CCH Policies

An overview of the some of the policies at Campbell County Health in Gillette, Wyoming.

Demonstrations, Rallies or Picketing Policy

Campbell County Health is a healthcare institution, whose primary focus is to provide healthcare to the citizens of Campbell County and surrounding areas. The Hospital has established policies and procedures to safeguard the healthcare provision, protect individual and institutional rights and property, and ensure the safety of all members of the healthcare. Campbell County Health reserves the right to regulate time, place, and manner to ensure that the institutional mission and daily functions are not compromised.

Medical Staff Recruitment Referral Incentive Policy

Campbell County Health believes in partnering with the community, CCH employees and medical staff to help recruit physicians and advance practice professionals to Gillette and Campbell County, Wyoming. Community members who provide successful candidates for needed medical positions have the opportunity for a $5,000 referral incentive for a physician, and $2,500 for an advance practice provider (nurse practitioner, APRN, or physician assistant, PA-C). There are a few conditions that must be met, and current members of the Board of Trustees and CCH Administration are not eligible.

Sponsorship Request

Campbell County Health (CCH) supports local organizations and events that enhance community health and quality of life in Campbell County through sponsorships for projects and events that meet established criteria, support the mission, and enhance the public image of CCH. Sponsorships can consist of financial support and/or in-kind gift of goods or services which would otherwise be paid for. All sponsorships must advance the charitable mission of the hospital or provide tangible benefit for CCH.

Weapons Policy

Campbell County Health strives to maintain a working environment free from violence and intimidation. All weapons are prohibited in all CCH facilities and on all CCH owned or leased property, with the exception of on duty law enforcement officers, who may carry any weapons necessary to perform their duties.

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