The Native Village of Goodnews Bay held a vote on Nov. 6 to decide whether to stay in the Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation or join a different tribal health organization. Tribal members voted 72-23 to stay in BBAHC.
The Curyung Tribe passed a resolution this weekend, urging the Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation Board of Directors to hold a special meeting. The resolution calls for the termination of the Kanakanak Hospital CEO and COO as well as the replacement of the BBAHC Executive Committee.
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