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By Heather Reifsnyder
Special to Valley News 

Loma Linda University Health and affiliates have opened a new office in the nation's capital


Last updated 2/21/2019 at 4:28pm

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Helen Jung, senior policy analyst at Loma Linda University Health's Institute for Health Policy and Leadership, center, visits the new Washington office of the Adventist Health Policy Association to collaborate with association president Carlyle Walton and executive assistant Keila Byass.

Just blocks from the U.S. Capitol, the Adventist Health Policy Association, an affiliation of five Seventh-day Adventist healthcare systems including Loma Linda University Health, opened a new office in Washington.

From the new office, AHPA President Carlyle Walton will lead the association's efforts to advance policy and advocacy priorities that ensure member hospitals can provide high quality, accessible healthcare.

"AHPA's board of directors decided recently that it's essential to develop a presence in Washington, D.C., in order to have the influence we envision on a national level. W...

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