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Featured VideoCoping with Summer Heat - Euthym Kontaxis, M.D., Medical Director at Eisenhower Medical Center Tennity Emergency Department comments on rising temperatures in the valley as seen on KMIR 6.
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- HOSPITAL VISITATION CHANGES FOR FLU SEASON To protect yourself and our community from the flu, Eisenhower Medical Center is asking community members to kindly comply with the following recommendations through approximately March 31, 2015: ... click for more
- Eisenhower Memory Care Center Offers Respite for Caregivers Formerly known as the Eisenhower Five Star Club, the newly renamed Eisenhower Memory Care Center is an adult day center providing a much needed alternative for many memory-impaired individuals and... click for more
- Annenberg Center Welcomes New President and CEO The Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower welcomes Michael Hite as its President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Hite will oversee strategic and operational activities for the... click for more
- Eisenhower Named 2013 Most Wired Two Years in a Row For the second consecutive year, Eisenhower Medical Center has been recognized as one of the nation’s “Most Wired” health care facilities, according to the results of the 2013 Most Wired Survey released in the July issue of Hospitals & Health Networks magazine.... click for more
- Eisenhower First in Coachella Valley to Offer Cryoablation for Fibroadenomas According to the National Institutes of Health, fibroadenoma is the most common benign tumor found in the breast. Typically, treatment for fibroadenomas either involves watchful waiting or surgery. For Coachella Valley residents, there is now another option - cryoablation,... click for more
- Eisenhower Designated a Leader in LGBT Health Care Equality Eisenhower Medical Center has been recognized as a Leader in LGBT Healthcare Equality in the Healthcare Equality Index 2013, an annual survey conducted by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation, the educational arm of the country’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and... click for more
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- Meet the Previous Winners of the Jackie Lee Houston Shining Stars recognition... click for more
- In their Own Words - Listen to interviews with our past Shining Star Award Winners including Andrew Hendrian, Dean Demir, Debbie Lavorgna, Liz Edmundson, Liz Siino, Luis Aldeguer, Lynne Malestic, Pamela Moorman, Rosalinda Garcia and Zach Miller click for more
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- Swing Dancing Dancing is one of the most satisfying forms of expression — a marriage of movement and music, both... click for more
- 5 Things You Can Do Right Now As Part Of Your Wellness Routine 1.Visit an Art Gallery
Give your eyes and your mind something new to absorb. Visit local art galleries often, inquire about upcoming exhibitions and broaden your knowledge about art.
2. Go to the Beach
Plan a weekend outing to your favorite sandy shore, enjoy long walks and be sure to get your feet (or entire body) wet! click for more
- Native Foods Looking for a place to veg out? Native Foods in Palm Springs has fresh, delicious, plant-based dishes to please every palate — even meat lovers.
“One thing that surprises some people is that even though the menu is plant-based, 85 percent of our guests are omnivores,” says co-owner Andrea McGinty. “They just genuinely like the food here.” click for more
- Lung Cancer Lung cancer is the most common cancer worldwide, accounting for 1.2 million new cases annually and... click for more
- Eisenhower Medical Center - A National Leader in Lung Cancer Screening In July 2013, the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) issued a recommendation that individuals at high risk for lung cancer undergo annual screening using low-dose CT scans. This recommendation was based on findings from the National Cancer Institute’s National Lung Screening Trial (NLST), published in 2012, showing that CT screening reduced lung cancer deaths among current and former heavy smokers by 20 percent when compared to standard chest X-rays. click for more