Nuestra Salud / Our Health

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Friday, February 20, 2015 - 5:17pm

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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Thursday, January 8, 2015 - 5:39pm

All gyms are cyclical as far as patron attendance goes and we are no different here in our employee fitness center. We have seen the usual tail off in summer time as school lets out and families take summer vacations together, followed by a spike in gym use in the fall when school is back in, which slowly declines in late October to early November and in turn gives way to a slow December.


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Tuesday, December 30, 2014 - 5:26pm

Una de las cosas que más disfruto de nuestra cultura son los dichos y refranes. Uno de los más conocidos es, “Es mejor prevenir que lamentar.” Y este fue el dicho que vino a mi mente cuando se me informó que como empleada con el proveedor de salud más grande en la región central de California, se me requería vacunarme en contra de la gripe—para la salud de nuestros pacientes y la mía propia.


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Tuesday, December 30, 2014 - 2:19pm

My wife took away my cell phone when I was hospitalized. Nearly 1,000 emails built up before I was well enough to cajole its return. During the silent time, I came to know – nurses, respiratory therapists, folks who brought me food. I saw how slow the clock moved. How the light moved across the room as days cascaded into nights. I felt more engaged with my transition thanks to the absence of my digital leach.
 


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Wednesday, December 24, 2014 - 9:17am

On Tuesday we lost a special person, a person that if you met him once you wouldn’t soon forget him. Not only was he a fellow employee of Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital but a very good friend, I feel a true “Community Hero!!”. We mourn the loss of Mitchell R. Mays he was a Respiratory Therapist that we here at FH&SH have had the pleasure of working with for many years,  actually since the beginning. He was an employee of Community Medical Centers Fresno from before the name change to CRMC, many of us remember those days as well.


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Tuesday, December 23, 2014 - 2:37pm

Whether it’s during the holiday season, or the rest of the year, the most important gift we can receive, is family.  At Community Regional’s Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), we believe in this deeply and work to create as many bonding experiences as possible – for families that may feel fractured by a premature birth.  There is no time of the year where parents feel that it is easier to be separated from their babies, but it can be particularly difficult during the holidays.