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Keeping Palm Drive alive
Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Not long ago, Palm Drive Hospital was a place where sick west county residents were cared for, their vital signs meticulously monitored by doctors, nurses and technicians. Now, it’s the hospital itself that’s on life support, and Daymon Doss is the guy in charge of making sure the shuttered hospital doesn’t flat-line.

Doss, with the help of the hospital’s maintenance director, Clark Austin, and two housekeepers, walks the quiet, well-lit halls of the defunct hospital ensuring that all systems are fully operational.

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