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Kaweah Delta welcomes public to Exeter Women’s Health Clinic on Thursday

Just months after opening Kaweah Delta is inviting the community of Exeter to see the new Exeter Women’s Health Clinic on San Juan and Crespi @TheSunGazette EXETER – While Kaweah Delta’s premier women’s health clinic officially opened in August, they are finally ready to show the community all the improvements they have accomplished between 2017 […]

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Health workers show ‘care’ for community

Family Healthcare Network’s Anita Fund donates to 135 needy families in Tulare, Fresno and Kings counties @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Care is the primary reason most health professionals get into healthcare. And if there was any doubt about the caring nature of local health workers, look no further than Family HealthCare Network (FHCN). On Dec. 3, FHCN […]

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Valley Children’s begins new chapter for George the Giraffe

Children’s books featuring Valley Children’s mascot will benefit hospital, literacy @TheSunGazette MADERA – His warm smile, friendly personality and blue hearts make him one of the most recognized figures in the Central Valley…and now George the Giraffe is the star of his own series of books! Valley Children’s is releasing two titles today featuring its […]

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Kaweah Delta Medical Center among best in vaccinations for staff

Kaweah Delta Medical Center’s staff influenza vaccination rate has been 98 percent for the past two years, exceeding national goal @TheSunGazette VISALIA – The public is constantly urged by hospitals and health care professionals to be vaccinated for the flu. Flu vaccines keep detrimental symptoms at bay and emergency rooms less crowded. But little thought […]

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SVMC implement acute care restrictions today

Restrictions for Sierra View Medical Center to help curb the spread of RSV and the flu start Wednesday, Dec. 5 @TheSunGazette PORTERVILLE – The best way to prevent the spread of viruses, is simply not to be around them. And Sierra View Medical Center (SVMC) is making sure to keep those with respiratory syncytial virus […]

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Children’s Hospital gets $50K to help child cancer survivors

Donation helps children’s hospital promote healthy living in childhood cancer survivors @TheSunGazette MADERA – The St. Baldrick’s Foundation has awarded $50,000 to Valley Children’s, as part of $1.7 million in funds distributed to hospitals around the country to treat more children in clinical trials. The infrastructure grant will go to Valley Children’s Childhood Cancer Survivorship […]

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VMC’s Bruce Hall, MD, awarded 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award

Dedication to a craft can certainly yield results. And for one local physician, dedication earned him a lifetime achievement award. Bruce Hall, MD, was recently awarded the 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award for the Northern California Chapter of the American College of Physicians (ACP). This award recognizes outstanding achievements of a chapter member who has dedicated […]

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Visalia’s Measure H failure last year leads to master plan, new partnership

Kaweah Delta hires master planning firm, studies Sierra View Medical Center partnership @TheSunGazette VISALIA – Hospitals need to meet California’s earthquake standards by 2030. While some hospitals managed to finance the expensive infrastructural cost through bonds, Kaweah Delta needs to find another way after the failure of Measure H last year. Now, Kaweah Delta, with […]

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1 in 6 people get food poisoning each year

COS Training Resource Center awarded specialty crop grant @TheSunGazette TULARE – About 48 million people in the U.S. (1 in 6) get sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die each year from foodborne diseases, according to recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This is a significant public health burden that is […]

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Wildfire smoke prompts health caution, no burn in effect

Health officials across the valley issue health caution for public due to poor air quality from surrounding wildfires @TheSunGazette San Joaquin Valley – Fires have ravaged entire neighborhoods all over California and now the smoke is drifting its way into the Central Valley. Local air officials have been prompted to issue a health caution because […]

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