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Dr. to chat about knee injuries on Facebook

Kaweah Delta Health Care District will host a live Facebook chat on Wednesday, Jan. 28, to answer the community’s questions about athletic knee injuries. The Facebook chat will take place from 6-7 p.m. on Kaweah Delta’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/kaweahdelta and will feature Dr. Bruce Le, an orthopedic surgeon, seeing patients at Orthopaedic Associates, 820 […]

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A Grand Opening For a Broad Center

On Thursday, Jan. 29, Kaweah Delta Health Care District will host a grand opening on its West Visalia campus for Sequoia Medical Center. During the grand opening, set for 5-7:30 p.m., community members will have the chance to tour the center at 820 S. Akers St. Additionally, attendees will have the chance to meet physicians, […]

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Sierra View Med. Center begin RSV restrictions

As of Jan. 12, Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) and Influenza (flu) restrictions are now in place at Sierra View Medical Center. Visiting children under age 13 will not be permitted on any of the hospital’s inpatient units—except for the Distinct Part Skilled Nursing Facility—until further notice. Children requiring hospitalization will continue their normal course of […]

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Waiting for the beat

Weeks after leaving a Princess party wishing her good luck, a young Exeter girl is still waiting for a surgery to repair her heart. Nicole Faith Serrao, 7, of Exeter was set to have surgery in Stanford on Dec. 8 and to make a full recovery in time to return to her second grade class […]

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Can’t keep a resolutions? Outside support can help

Each year, millions of Americans resolve to get in better shape and become healthier, better versions of themselves. But, unfortunately the vast majority don’t meet their goals. Less than a quarter of 1,000 people surveyed by YMCA of the USA kept their resolution in 2014. An overwhelming 71 percent said they tried but fell short, […]

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KDDH: Just walk with a Doc

On Saturday, Jan. 10 from 8-9 a.m., the Healthy Visalia Committee working in partnership with Kaweah Delta Health Care District, Family HealthCare Network, Tulare County Medical Society and the Visalia Parks and Recreation Dept. will kick off the first of the 2015 Visalia’s “Just Walk” With a Doc walking program. The event will take place […]

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Make your New Year’s resolution count in 2015

Improving your health and wellness can seem like a daunting task, especially if you know you have some bad health habits to break. But, several improvements you can make today can result in tremendous health benefits. “It starts with you,” says physician assistant Tricia A. Howard, a faculty member at South University, Savannah’s College of […]

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FHCN delivers food baskets to 125 families through two counties

A tradition of the organization for more than 20 years, Family HealthCare Network (FHCN) hosted its annual Anita Fund Holiday Distribution, donating holiday gift baskets to more than 125 local needy families on Dec. 12. FHCN staff members and AmeriCorps volunteers distributed the baskets at several of the organization’s health centers on Friday where each […]

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Health Beat

Three blood drives in the next three weeks Foothill residents will have three chances to save a life this holiday season. There will be three blood drives in three different cities beginning tomorrow through Dec. 18 as part of the life saving efforts of the Central California Blood Center. The first will be held from […]

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FHCN donates $5,000 for drought relief

Family HealthCare Network (FHCN) is proud to announce that it has donated $5,000 to Self-Help Enterprises (SHE) to aid in the organization’s local drought relief efforts. On Friday, Nov. 21 Kerry Hydash, FHCN President & CEO, presented a check to Tom Collishaw, CEO of SHE at the organization’s corporate office. With thousands of residents without […]

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