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Cold & Flu Season: Keep Your Family Healthy

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You may not always think of it, but stress and upset in your life or the life of your child can weaken their immune system and make it hard for your body to fight off infections It’s almost cold and […] Read More

BPA and Your Baby’s Bottle – The Basics

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Expecting moms typically register for baby items based on what their friends (usually other moms) tell them “they MUST have.” Sharing space at the top of the list, along with the latest fun trends in newborn fashion, is often BPA-free […] Read More

A Call to Moms: Throw Away Your Infant Sleep Positioners

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I have some “big news” to share with new moms.  The Food and Drug Administration and (FDA) and Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recently issued a warning to parents and caregivers to stop using infant sleep positioning products (also known […] Read More

Our Nurses Return from Haiti

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As part of our hospital’s ongoing effort to provide medical relief to victims of the earthquake in Haiti, 5 nurses from our hospital’s NICCU returned for a week-long stay from May 19th until June 5th. See More Pics of our […] Read More

ThinkCure! 2010 Weekend at Dodger Stadium

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We’re so happy our patients, doctors and nurses were able to participate in the ThinkCure! Weekend. It’s clear from these pictures just how excited everyone was to be able to participate in this fantastic event held at Dodger Stadium. Be sure […] Read More

Emergency Department Receives Good Neighbor Award

Once a month, State Farm presents the “Good Neighbor Award” to an organization that has shown support and commitment to the community.  This month, members of our Emergency Department took to the field to receive the honor prior to the […] Read More

Interview: Haiti Volunteers Prepare to Come Home

We’re eagerly awaiting the return of our 2nd team of volunteer doctors and nurses, who have been hard at work in Haiti since arriving March 19, 2010. Before returning to Los Angeles as a part of Team #1, Michael Jordan, […] Read More

Volunteer Team #2 Departs & Haiti Conditions Update

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Today, 11 additional volunteers from our hospital departed for Haiti.  Team 1 is returning this Sunday with the exception of Dr. Jim Stein and Michael Jordan, RN (who provided our last report) who will remain at the hospital for an […] Read More

Volunteer Team #1: Initial Report From Haiti

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Michael Jordan, RN Update provided by Michael Jordan, RN, pictured right On March 12, 2010, a team of 10 nurses and doctors departed Los Angeles for Haiti to volunteer much-needed medical assistance.  Below is their first report after being deployed from […] Read More

Grace Kuyumijian: Share Your Story

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Throughout my five-year career in the CTICU, I have learned more profoundly of the heart’s centrality. I learn daily what it means to fill my heart with love so that I overflow to those entrusted to my care. I am learning that the precision of working in a cardiac unit is empty without compassion. Read More

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