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- Amal Obaid-Schmid, MD, medical director, trauma services, along with members of our trauma team, recently trained Pasadena Unified School District school nurses in a national program called Stop the Bleed. This program encourages bystanders to become trained, equipped and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professionals arrive. “Often times, school nurses are first responders in injuries and accidents during the school day,” said Dr. Obaid-Schmid. “Stop the Bleed provides valuable training so these nurses can better help contain injuries while emergency services are on their way.” To learn more, click link in bio. #stopthebleed #traumaservices
- Amal Obaid-Schmid, MD, medical director, trauma services, along with members of our trauma team, recently trained Pasadena Unified School District school nurses in a national program called Stop the Bleed. This program encourages bystanders to become trained, equipped and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professionals arrive. “Often times, school nurses are first responders in injuries and accidents during the school day,” said Dr. Obaid-Schmid. “Stop the Bleed provides valuable training so these nurses can better help contain injuries while emergency services are on their way.” To learn more, click link in bio. #stopthebleed #traumaservices
- Amal Obaid-Schmid, MD, medical director, trauma services, along with members of our trauma team, recently trained Pasadena Unified School District school nurses in a national program called Stop the Bleed. This program encourages bystanders to become trained, equipped and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professionals arrive. “Often times, school nurses are first responders in injuries and accidents during the school day,” said Dr. Obaid-Schmid. “Stop the Bleed provides valuable training so these nurses can better help contain injuries while emergency services are on their way.” To learn more, click link in bio. #stopthebleed #traumaservices
- Congratulations to Kimberly Shriner, MD, infectious disease specialist, for being honored as a Rotary Humanitarian STAR Awards recipient for her impact in our community and around the world! Dr. Shriner founded the The Phil Simon Clinic's Tanzania Project, leading a group of our employees and physicians to Tanzania to provide basic health care, medication, HIV and anti-retroviral education, as well as infrastructure, personnel and support to the region. She is planning the group's 11th trip to Africa in February 2018! To learn more, click link in bio. #teamtanzania #compassionatecommunitycare
- Congratulations to Kimberly Shriner, MD, infectious disease specialist, for being honored as a Rotary Humanitarian STAR Awards recipient for her impact in our community and around the world! Dr. Shriner founded the The Phil Simon Clinic& #39;s Tanzania Project, leading a group of our employees and physicians to Tanzania to provide basic health care, medication, HIV and anti-retroviral education, as well as infrastructure, personnel and support to the region. She is planning the group& #39;s 11th trip to Africa in February 2018! To learn more, click link in bio. #teamtanzania #compassionatecommunitycare
- Congratulations to Kimberly Shriner, MD, infectious disease specialist, for being honored as a Rotary Humanitarian STAR Awards recipient for her impact in our community and around the world! Dr. Shriner founded the The Phil Simon Clinic's Tanzania Project, leading a group of our employees and physicians to Tanzania to provide basic health care, medication, HIV and anti-retroviral education, as well as infrastructure, personnel and support to the region. She is planning the group's 11th trip to Africa in February 2018! To learn more, click link in bio. #teamtanzania #compassionatecommunitycare
- We recently received a generous donation of $250,000 from Andrew and Peggy Cherng of Panda Restaurant Group, through their philanthropic arm, Panda Cares. The check was presented on September 28, 2017 at the 19th Annual Panda Cares Charity Golf Invitational awards dinner at the Westin Mission Hills in Rancho Mirage, California. The funds from the donation will be used to support pediatric care at our hospital. Thank you Panda Cares! To learn more, click link in bio. #compassionatecommunitycare #pediatrics #philanthropy
- We recently received a generous donation of $250,000 from Andrew and Peggy Cherng of Panda Restaurant Group, through their philanthropic arm, Panda Cares. The check was presented on September 28, 2017 at the 19th Annual Panda Cares Charity Golf Invitational awards dinner at the Westin Mission Hills in Rancho Mirage, California. The funds from the donation will be used to support pediatric care at our hospital. Thank you Panda Cares! To learn more, click link in bio. #compassionatecommunitycare #pediatrics #philanthropy
- We recently received a generous donation of $250,000 from Andrew and Peggy Cherng of Panda Restaurant Group, through their philanthropic arm, Panda Cares. The check was presented on September 28, 2017 at the 19th Annual Panda Cares Charity Golf Invitational awards dinner at the Westin Mission Hills in Rancho Mirage, California. The funds from the donation will be used to support pediatric care at our hospital. Thank you Panda Cares! To learn more, click link in bio. #compassionatecommunitycare #pediatrics #philanthropy
- Two of our security officers, Lenny Ginn and Marcus Brown (photographed here with Mark Reed, manager, security services), were recently recognized for going above and beyond by the Los Angeles chapter of the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety (IAHSS). Congratulations to Lenny and Marcus! We are grateful to our hospital security and public safety officers who protect our patients, employees, physicians, volunteers and visitors on our hospital campus. #compassionatecommunitycare
- Two of our security officers, Lenny Ginn and Marcus Brown (photographed here with Mark Reed, manager, security services), were recently recognized for going above and beyond by the Los Angeles chapter of the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety (IAHSS). Congratulations to Lenny and Marcus! We are grateful to our hospital security and public safety officers who protect our patients, employees, physicians, volunteers and visitors on our hospital campus. #compassionatecommunitycare
- Two of our security officers, Lenny Ginn and Marcus Brown (photographed here with Mark Reed, manager, security services), were recently recognized for going above and beyond by the Los Angeles chapter of the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety (IAHSS). Congratulations to Lenny and Marcus! We are grateful to our hospital security and public safety officers who protect our patients, employees, physicians, volunteers and visitors on our hospital campus. #compassionatecommunitycare
- Jim and Eleanor Randall Breast Center is now home to the latest technology to detect breast cancer. Known as 3-D tomosynthesis, this three-dimensional mammography system provides images of the breast in “slices” from different angles. "One in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime," said Jon Foran, MD, medical director, Jim and Eleanor Randall Breast Center (pictured above). “We are proud to now offer 3-D tomosynthesis to our patients, helping us improve the detection of breast cancer and reduce false alarms. This ground-breaking technology supports the goal of providing the very best breast cancer screening options to women in our community.” To learn more, click link in bio. #breastcancerawareness
- Jim and Eleanor Randall Breast Center is now home to the latest technology to detect breast cancer. Known as 3-D tomosynthesis, this three-dimensional mammography system provides images of the breast in “slices” from different angles. "One in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime," said Jon Foran, MD, medical director, Jim and Eleanor Randall Breast Center (pictured above). “We are proud to now offer 3-D tomosynthesis to our patients, helping us improve the detection of breast cancer and reduce false alarms. This ground-breaking technology supports the goal of providing the very best breast cancer screening options to women in our community.” To learn more, click link in bio. #breastcancerawareness
- Jim and Eleanor Randall Breast Center is now home to the latest technology to detect breast cancer. Known as 3-D tomosynthesis, this three-dimensional mammography system provides images of the breast in “slices” from different angles. "One in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime," said Jon Foran, MD, medical director, Jim and Eleanor Randall Breast Center (pictured above). “We are proud to now offer 3-D tomosynthesis to our patients, helping us improve the detection of breast cancer and reduce false alarms. This ground-breaking technology supports the goal of providing the very best breast cancer screening options to women in our community.” To learn more, click link in bio. #breastcancerawareness
- We recently acquired a Dornier Diode Surgical Laser, thanks to philanthropic support, which is making a difference in the lives of children like Theodore and Henry Fahy (pictured above). These identical twins were diagnosed before birth with a condition called twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome. Ramen Chmait, MD, director, fetal surgery (pictured center), successfully treated them using this advanced laser technology while they were still in their mother’s womb. “The surgery saved the lives of both my children,” says the boys’ mother, Jessie. “We’re so grateful for the incredible gift of life.” To learn more about our fetal surgery program, click link in bio. #fetalsurgery
- We recently acquired a Dornier Diode Surgical Laser, thanks to philanthropic support, which is making a difference in the lives of children like Theodore and Henry Fahy (pictured above). These identical twins were diagnosed before birth with a condition called twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome. Ramen Chmait, MD, director, fetal surgery (pictured center), successfully treated them using this advanced laser technology while they were still in their mother’s womb. “The surgery saved the lives of both my children,” says the boys’ mother, Jessie. “We’re so grateful for the incredible gift of life.” To learn more about our fetal surgery program, click link in bio. #fetalsurgery
- We recently acquired a Dornier Diode Surgical Laser, thanks to philanthropic support, which is making a difference in the lives of children like Theodore and Henry Fahy (pictured above). These identical twins were diagnosed before birth with a condition called twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome. Ramen Chmait, MD, director, fetal surgery (pictured center), successfully treated them using this advanced laser technology while they were still in their mother’s womb. “The surgery saved the lives of both my children,” says the boys’ mother, Jessie. “We’re so grateful for the incredible gift of life.” To learn more about our fetal surgery program, click link in bio. #fetalsurgery
- When Patricia lost consciousness, she was rushed to our hospital for care. Patricia had been diagnosed with dementia and, prior to her return home, we connected her and her partner, Tom Duncan, to our new navigation program for additional assistance. The program involves a collaboration among Huntington Senior Care Network (SCN) social work professionals and our inpatient nurse navigation team. SCN social worker Kristen Tachiki met with Tom (both pictured above) – and helped coordinate services to improve Patricia’s quality of life and relieve Tom’s stress. “Kristen has gone above and beyond to help me help Patricia,” Tom says. “I don’t know what I’d do without her and SCN.” To learn more about our SCN, click link in bio. #collaboration #socialwork #nursenavigator
- When Patricia lost consciousness, she was rushed to our hospital for care. Patricia had been diagnosed with dementia and, prior to her return home, we connected her and her partner, Tom Duncan, to our new navigation program for additional assistance. The program involves a collaboration among Huntington Senior Care Network (SCN) social work professionals and our inpatient nurse navigation team. SCN social worker Kristen Tachiki met with Tom (both pictured above) – and helped coordinate services to improve Patricia’s quality of life and relieve Tom’s stress. “Kristen has gone above and beyond to help me help Patricia,” Tom says. “I don’t know what I’d do without her and SCN.” To learn more about our SCN, click link in bio. #collaboration #socialwork #nursenavigator
- When Patricia lost consciousness, she was rushed to our hospital for care. Patricia had been diagnosed with dementia and, prior to her return home, we connected her and her partner, Tom Duncan, to our new navigation program for additional assistance. The program involves a collaboration among Huntington Senior Care Network (SCN) social work professionals and our inpatient nurse navigation team. SCN social worker Kristen Tachiki met with Tom (both pictured above) – and helped coordinate services to improve Patricia’s quality of life and relieve Tom’s stress. “Kristen has gone above and beyond to help me help Patricia,” Tom says. “I don’t know what I’d do without her and SCN.” To learn more about our SCN, click link in bio. #collaboration #socialwork #nursenavigator

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