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Audit and Service Review Information

These resources provide information related to the Audit and Service Review of the El Camino Hospital District, which was prepared for the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo) of Santa Clara County.

For more information about the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo), its role in the oversight of El Camino Healthcare District and all special districts in Santa Clara County, including Municipal Service Reviews and Sphere of Influence studies please visit their website at: www.santaclara.lafco.ca.gov

 

KPMG Report

July 31, 2012, Mountain View, CA -- A KPMG report conducted on behalf of the District and Hospital Corporation analyzed certain issues relevant to findings in the Service Review and Audit. 

 

District Response

July 31, 2012 Mountain View, CA -- The District has provided a response and feedback to the revised Service Review and Audit report in advance of the August 1 LAFCo meeting.

 

District Response

May 25, 2012, Mountain View, CA--The El Camino Hospital District has received and reviewed the Audit and Service Review of the El Camino Hospital District prepared for the Local Agency Formation Commission of Santa Clara County (LAFCo) by a third-party consultant. Read more...

 

Q&A

Read questions and answers about the recent audit that was was performed to answer specific questions related to the District governance structure and other issues.

 

Letter to LAFCo

This letter from the El Camino Hospital District to the Santa Clara County Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo) conveys its concerns about the Draft El Camino Hospital District Audit and Service Review.

District Map

Note: District boundary outline is an approximation. (Click here for larger view).

ECHD Bylaws

The El Camino Healthcare District (ECHD) is a separate governmental entity in and of itself, formed pursuant to The Local Health Care District Law (California Health and Safety Code Sections 32000 et seq.). The District is governed by its five elected Board members, and ultimately the Board and the District are answerable to the voters of the District.