In future years, when families start moving into the 30,000 homes planned for construction in southeast Madera County, Community Medical Centers will be there to meet the growing healthcare need.
Caroline Rhodes spends three hours a day just trying to breathe because of her cystic fibrosis – and now a national grant of $88,000 will help make it easier.
The grant from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation was awarded to Dr. David Lee, medical director of the Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Program at Community Regional Medical Center and board certified in pulmonary and critical care medicine. It will help train the CF team members to provide specialized treatment for their patients – like Caroline whose entire day is spent working to breathe better.
…what does that have to do with healthcare you say? Well, here ya go:
As teams win and progress on to the finals, the more challenging a victory becomes. As talented and successful teams narrow the field, the ones left playing are required to be the best of the best.
Saturday night, while we are all asleep, little elves are going to turn time forward an hour ahead in an attempt to attack our internal clocks. I fear for the safety of society in these dark times. It is the “clock-pocalypse,” or also better known as Daylight Savings (happening on Saturday, March 12, at 2 a.m.). But don’t panic! Here are a few tips which can help you survive: