Nuestra Salud / Our Health

amartinez9's picture
Friday, February 20, 2015 - 6:17pm

En el mes de febrero mucho de lo que pensamos se centra en corazones rojos, flores, amor y claro, no puede faltar el chocolate. Casí siempre cuando pensamos en el mes del amor y la amistad, se nos viene a la mente esa persona especial que nos hace sentir maripositas en el estómago y hace que el corazón nos palpite más a prisa. Rara vez pensamos sobre nuestro corazón real, el que pompea la sangre a nuestros cuerpos y nos mantiene con vida.


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ccastro's picture
Wednesday, April 9, 2008 - 1:23pm

Our much needed expansion remains on track.... our management team continues to work with physicians, staff, architects and community leaders to develop master campus plans for our 117+acre hospital campus. Look for "dirt to begin moving" this coming October for a two-story, 22,500-square-foot add-on to the outpatient care facility and additional parking.  The expanded area is expected to open in the Fall 2009.


jtaylor's picture
Wednesday, April 9, 2008 - 10:50am

It's time to be transparent. Status quo is not an option. Thanks to some personal pet peeves and a few takeaways from Modern Healthcare magazine, I've fully got some skin in the cliché game.


It is what it is, and going forward it will be problematic and impact us. As a member of the silver tsunami generation, I'm a rider on the perfect storm, a benchmark for futurists.


ccastro's picture
Wednesday, April 9, 2008 - 10:19am

Okay ...


jtaylor's picture
Tuesday, April 8, 2008 - 9:46am

The red ink at San Joaquin General Hospital is supposed to be $32 million deep by end of June. It's one of few remaining county-run hospitals in California. Now county supervisors and some area hospitals are sort of talking about what they can do/want to do to avert an inevitable death by poor-patient overload and fiscal starvation.


wholderman's picture
Monday, April 7, 2008 - 11:44am

It was a reasonable question from my husband based on the fact that I was 6 months pregnant with #2 son and every rollercoaster ride we came had an obnoxiously visible sign that warned pregnant women not to ride. My nurse friend and I decided, "hey, that baby is in the best shock-absorber ever made, sure it's OK if I ride." (Confession-I escaped the rollercoaster "police" by wearing a bulky coat to hide the obvious).