The sign outside Napa Valley State Hospital, one of many state facilities that routinely use overtime to keep staffing levels up rather than hire more nurses and psychiatric technicians.
The sign outside Napa Valley State Hospital, one of many state facilities that routinely use overtime to keep staffing levels up rather than hire more nurses and psychiatric technicians. J.L. Sousa Napa Valley Register
The sign outside Napa Valley State Hospital, one of many state facilities that routinely use overtime to keep staffing levels up rather than hire more nurses and psychiatric technicians. J.L. Sousa Napa Valley Register

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