Health Care As It Should Be May 2015

Upcoming Events

  • For information or registration, call the number listed, or visit emc.org/calendar. Most events require early pre-registration, unless otherwise stated.

    Quit Smoking Now! Series LC
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    Signs and Symptoms of a Stroke AC
    TU, May 26, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
    Deborah Wondoloski, MSN, RN, AGNP-BC, CCRN, SCRN, Stroke Nurse Practitioner, and other members of the Eisenhower Stroke Team
    760-423-4855 Read More

    Roadmap to Medicare AC
    TH, May 28, 2 to 4 p.m.
    Ricardo Gonzalez, Outreach Coordinator, HICAP of Riverside County
    760-423-4855 Read More

    Lymphedema Prevention and Treatment LC
    W, Jun 3, noon to 1 p.m.
    Danielle Meglio, COTA/L, MLD/CDT, Eisenhower Rehabilitation Services
    760-834-3798; register by Jun 1. Light lunch included. Read More

    Baiatric Surgery Information AC
    SA, Jun 6, 10 a.m. to noon, or
    Bobby Bhaskar-Rao, MD, General Surgery
    760-778-5220 Read More

    Pros and Cons of Testosterone Treatment in Men Over 60 AC
    TU, Jun 9, 4 to 5 p.m.
    Richard Loftus, MD, Internal Medicine
    760-423-4855 Read More

    Update on Treatment of Pancreatic Cancer LC
    CancerCareR  Live, Interactive Teleconference
    W, Jun 10, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.
    760-834-3798 Read More

    CALENDAR KEY

    Most classes and lectures are free and early registration is recommended. For a full listing of lectures, events, programs and support groups, visit emc.org/calendar. Online registration is available for most events.

    AC Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower
    LC Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center

    Would you like to have someone from Eisenhower Medical Center speak to your organization on a health-related topic? Please contact Vanessa Shanks at 760-834-7956 for more information.

 

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Winner of The Desert Sun's 2009 Best of the Valley, Collectors Corner is a treasure trove of high-quality donated items, from hand blown glass, framed paintings and clothes, to furniture, china and appliances. Using almost every inch of its 15,000-square-foot building, the shop is clean, organized and welcoming.

Operated by the Eisenhower Medical Center Auxiliary, Collectors Corner plays a major role in their fundraising. In 40 years, the Auxiliary has raised over $20 million for Eisenhower Medical Center, offering critical support for major construction and renovation projects in addition to purchasing medical equipment.

Generating more than 75 percent of the Auxiliary's annual fundraising, Collectors Corner has a unique cycle of giving. Many of the people who donate have received excellent care at Eisenhower and simply want to give something back - something to express their gratitude. In turn, the staff receives and prepares each item for sale to an equally grateful customer.

Business manager Cheryl Evans explains the process of receiving donations:

"Customer service is very important to us. We inventory every single item, give our donor a tax deduction form and help them through the process in any way that we can. We also respect their privacy and never reveal the source of our donations."

With a constant flow of donations to the store, the savvy shopper becomes a frequent shopper, checking for those once-in-a-lifetime finds, antiques, fine art, and collectibles like Waterford or Lalique crystal. Designer apparel and accessories include names like Versace, Valentino, St. John and Bruno Magli.

Location & Directions

Rancho Mirage Collectors Corner
  • 71280 Highway 111
  • Rancho Mirage, CA 92770-4103
  • (760) 346-1012

Operated by the Eisenhower Medical Center Auxiliary, Collectors Corner plays a major role in their fundraising. In 40 years, the Auxiliary has raised over $20 million for Eisenhower Medical Center, offering critical support for major construction and renovation projects in addition to purchasing medical equipment.

Winner of The Desert Sun's 2009 Best of the Valley, Collectors Corner is a treasure trove of high-quality donated items, from hand blown glass, framed paintings and clothes, to furniture, china and appliances. Using almost every inch of its 15,000-square-foot building, the shop is clean, organized and welcoming.

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