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  • Wound Care Center Expansion

    Since it opened in late 2008, Eisenhower Medical Center’s Wound Care Center has treated more than 400 patients each month and is currently planning an expansion for the spring of 2011. Patient volumes have been so high since the opening, that the... click for more
  • Invest In A Lifetime Of Good Health

    The Argyros Health Center addresses an immediate need for increased health care services in one of the fastest growing cities in the Coachella Valley. La Quinta experienced a fiveyear growth rate of more than 52 percent from 2000 to 2005 according... click for more
  • Eisenhower Ranks #1

    HealthGrades®, the nation’s leading independent health care ratings organization, has ranked Eisenhower Medical Center as the number one hospital in California for Joint Replacement in 2010. In addition to announcing Eisenhower’s number one ranking,... click for more
  • Day Of Caring

    On Friday, February 5, 2010, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center will host Day of Caring. . . about Women and Cancer. This annual event provides information on the latest cancer prevention, detection and treatment options... click for more
  • Sports Spectacular Luncheon

    The Fifth Annual Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center Sports Spectacular Luncheon will be held on Wednesday, January 27, 2010 at the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort and Spa in Indian Wells. This year’s special guest will be Joe Torre, manager of the Los... click for more
  • Betty Ford Center Opens New Patient Entrance And Medical Facility

    On November 16, 2009, Susan Ford Bales, Chairman, Betty Ford Center at Eisenhower and the Betty Ford Center Board of Directors conducted a ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening for the New Patient Entrance and Medical Facility. The ceremony was... click for more
  • Stem Cells And Regenerative Medicine-Where Are We Now?

    The Fourth Annual Leonore Annenberg Lecture will be held on February 23, 2010, at 2:30 p.m. at the Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower, followed by a dessert reception. Admission is free. This year’s special guest speaker is John... click for more
  • Toned And Taut

    As we age, it becomes even more important to build strength. So, if you think you’re too old to start a strength training program…think again. A strength training program is just what your body needs to fight against muscle loss and help improve... click for more
  • 5 Things

    1. Donate PlateletsPlatelets take a little longer to donate than giving blood, but they are especially helpful to cancer patients. Contact your local donation center during January - National Blood Donor Month. 2. Welcome ChangeIt’s a brand new... click for more
  • Buddy Up

    It is a proven fact: those who exercise together, exercise better. According to a 2001 report in the Journal of Stress Management, participants who exercised with another person were calmer. The report also found that exercising with a buddy fosters... click for more
  • Jim Cho, MD

    Eisenhower Medical Center Internal Medicine physician, Jim Cho,MD, completed his third mission trip to Peru traveling with 25 members of the Orange Central Korean Seventh-day Adventist® Church of Anaheim on a 12-day excursion from June 29 to July... click for more
  • Naren Chandrashekar, MD

    While he doesn’t recall a specific event that made him want to become a doctor, Eisenhower Nephrologist Naren Chandrashekar, MD cannot remember wanting to do anything else. “I’ve always known I wanted to be a doctor. I think the fact that I came... click for more
  • A Second Chance

    FOR LUCY LINDEN, DECEMBER 29, 2008, SEEMED AT first like any other day. A retired schoolteacher, she was at home in Indian Wells. Her husband Bob and his real estate partner were getting ready for a meeting, and Lucy was making them lunch. She... click for more
  • Eisenhower Stroke Program

    Stroke is the nation’s number three killer (behind heart disease and cancer), and is one of the world’s leading cause of physical disability. It is a medical emergency that can have catastrophic consequences to the patient, and requires quick,... click for more
  • In Tough Times, Planned Giving Makes Sense

    In today’s economic climate, many want to continue supporting charitable commitments, but need choices that make real sense for their bottom line. Planned giving offers a compelling option for today’s investor. “With planned giving, you are giving,... click for more
  • Top 5% In The Nation

    In the summer, the Eisenhower Renker Wellness Center’s Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programs, Tamkin Cardiac Wellness Program and Tamkin Pulmonary Wellness Program, became part of a select five percent of the nation’s cardiac and pulmonary... click for more
  • Neurosurgical Interventions For Stroke

    The Stroke Program at Eisenhower Medical Center is the only stroke center in the Coachella Valley to be certified by The Joint Commission as a Primary Stroke Center. A principal reason for the designation is Eisenhower’s Acute Stroke Team, a... click for more
  • Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center Renews Accredation

    The American College of Surgeons (ACOS) Commission on Cancer (COC) is a consortium of 47 medical organizations that work together to improve survival rates and quality of life for cancer patients. Founded in 1922, the COC has developed standards of... click for more
  • Shoulder Work ahead!

    Many new discoveries in the world of treating shoulder conditions have led to new techniques to help patients who suffer from maladies about the shoulder. Once an area of difficulty for orthopedic surgeons, there is now hope that newer techniques... click for more
  • The Journey Of Recovery

    The journey of recovery from a stroke begins immediately, and Eisenhower Medical Center’s Rehabilitation Services has a team of experts to assist stroke patients every step of the way. Physical Therapists concentrate on the recovery of gross motor... click for more
  • Mediterranean Style

    After the age of 55, the chance of having a stroke nearly doubles for each decade of life. The good news is that medical studies suggest that by making simple lifestyle changes, you may be able to reduce your risk of having a stroke. By making... click for more
  • Arabian Adventure

    The W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center is a little known California treasure, and with the other amenities available on the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly) campus, makes a perfect Sunday getaway. The Center was created... click for more
  • Stroke Care At Eisenhower

    Eisenhower Medical Center is recognized nationally for excellence in stroke care. Eisenhower has been designated a Certified Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission for Primary Stroke Centers, and is the first hospital in Riverside and San... click for more