The Johnson County Healthcare Center appears to be better prepared for whatever outcome materializes in the vaccine mandate that is expected to be heard by the US Supreme Counrt early next month.
That is according to CEO Luke Senden, who discussed the healthcare center’s status on the issue at this week’s hospital board meeting.
Senden was asked about the temporary block to the vaccine mandate and how that affects Wyoming and the JCHC.
Senden said the block has at least given the healthcare center time to be better prepared, opposed to other facilities that may not be.
He feels the JCHC is “in a better spot than they could have been” had they not made the effort to be prepared.