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Joe never knew he had a heart defect until he was an adult. Eventually, the heart defect caused complications that required open-heart surgery. His medical team and family gave him the strength and confidence he needed to face surgery. Learn more about innovative heart care at MyStory.ValleyHealth.com/Joe.
October 12,2010 approximately 45 people lost their jobs when Physicians for Healthy Hospitals purchased Valley Health System ( Hemet Valley Medical Center & Menifee Valley Medical Center). This is MY story.. I decided to start a BLOG and Vlog in order to reach out to our community to bring back 100's of years of experience to the two hospitals. This is my first post. Certifications: BLS PALS ACLS Experience: Staff Nurse ICU 12/19/2008 to 10/12/2010 Menifee Valley MedicalCenter Providing care topatients in the ICU- floating to ER & Telemetry Critical Care TransportNurse 1/1/2003-12/18/2008 Lynch Ambulance San Jacinto California ProvidingACLS monitoring & intensive care nursing during interfacility transports...
"How to Get Well, Stay Well, and Never Be Sick Again” was presented by Raymond Francis DSc.,MSc, RNC on November 16, 2017 at the Silicon Valley Health Institute. Raymond Francis, D.Sc., M.Sc., RNC has been called a “brilliant advanced thinker” and has been cited as “one of the few scientists who has achieved a breakthrough understanding of health and disease.” On the cutting-edge of health science, Raymond is an internationally recognized leader in the field of optimal-health maintenance and a pioneer in transforming our failed disease-care system to a true health-care system. He is a chemist by training, a graduate of M.I.T., a bestselling author, and a world-class speaker. At the height of his career as president of a management consulting firm, Raymond’s health began declining. What...
"Vitamin D Update" is a presentation by William Grant, PhD that took place on October 19, 2017 at Silicon Valley Health Institute. Vitamin D is a vitamin that improves most of the contributing factors to chronic disease including inflammation and oxidative stress. It has been shown to be beneficial in conditions such as autism, diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease, depression, psoriasis, osteoporosis, respiratory tract infections, cancer, Alzheimer's Disease, food allergies, and pregnancy. William B. Grant has PhD in physics from the University of California, Berkeley (1971). He had a 30-year career in atmospheric sciences with an emphasis on laser remote sensing of atmospheric constituents such as ozone and aerosols, with positions at SRI International (1973-79), the Jet Propulsio...
When her doctors told her she had pancreatic cancer, Judi was in disbelief. At first, she struggled to find hope. But then, she decided she wasn’t going to let her cancer win. Her friends and family stood by her side and her doctors guided her through treatment, giving Judi the strength to fight cancer head-on. Learn more about innovative cancer treatments at MyStory.ValleyHealth.com/Judi.
Join a healthcare team that values providing quality care above all else. Valley Health’s Heart and Vascular Program is based in the heart of the Northern Shenandoah Valley in Winchester, Virginia. For more than 100 years, our heart and vascular providers have been making local communities healthier. Read more about our career opportunities at valleyhealthlink.com/Careers.
Joe never knew he had a heart defect until he was an adult. Eventually, the heart defect caused complications that required open-heart surgery. His medical team and family gave him the strength and confidence he needed to face surgery. Watch more of Joe’s story at MyStory.ValleyHealth.com/Joe.
This media clip, developed in collaboration with Waranga Campus, Goulburn Valley Health, aims to increase knowledge of accessible services amongst consumers and service providers in the local area. September 2016, Campaspe Primary Care Partnership
Valley Health System, headquartered in Ridgewood, NJ, is proud to have been selected by the Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute - the No. 1 heart hospital in the country - to be a regional cardiovascular affiliate. Listen as physicians from the Cleveland Clinic and Valley discuss how this affiliation benefits cardiovascular patients in New Jersey and beyond. Valley Health System includes The Valley Hospital, Valley Home Care, and Valley Medical Group. www.ValleyMedicalGroup.com
Weight-loss surgeons Richard Boorse, MD, and T. Daniel Harrison, DO, explain what to expect when you have bariatric surgery at Lehigh Valley Hospital. This video includes answers to questions about visitors after surgery, accommodations at Lehigh Valley Hospital, post-operative pain management, the expected duration of a patient's stay in the hospital following weight-loss surgery and information about the post-surgery diet. See other videos in this series: www.lvhn.org/conditions_treatments/weight_and_metabolism_issues/obesity/weight_loss_surgery_video_library
Rulon F. Stacey, President/CEO of 2008 Baldrige Award Recipient Poudre Valley Health System,describes how the organization has transformed on its journey to performance excellence and the lessons learned using the Baldrige Criteria. This presentation took place in April 2009 at The Quest for Excellence® Conference. More info and transcript at http://www.baldrige.nist.gov/Video/QEXXI/index.htm#Cooper
The Valley Health healthcare system is made up of the Shenandoah Memorial Hospital, Warren Memorial Hospital, Hampshire Memorial Hospital, Winchester Medical Center, War Memorial Hospital and Page Memorial Hospital. Valley Health has been awarded Magnet Status, placing them in the top 1% of hospitals nationwide and the hospitals within the Valley Health system are among the most wired in the nation, using advanced technology and education to provide excellent care. They are run by a shared governance system. Staff also have a four-step clinical ladder built on experience, participation, mentorship and competency to advance themselves. All of the hospitals in the system make up a wonderful community that feels like home to patients and staff alike, and the surrounding areas of the Shenandoa...
On February 21, 2015, a coroner declared Justin Smith, 25, of McAdoo, PA, dead. Justin was found frozen solid in a snow bank from the previous night, after temperatures had dropped to -4 degrees Fahrenheit overnight. Amazingly – thanks to incredible teamwork among first responders and Lehigh Valley Health Network caregivers in both Hazleton and Allentown – Justin is alive today. Experience his remarkable story of survival for yourself and hear from cardiothoracic surgeon James Wu, MD, and others who helped save his life. For information about James Wu, MD, visit LVHN.org/Wu For press inquiries, email Brian.Downs@lvhn.org
Carol was focused on finally fulfilling her dream of opening a women’s boutique. But instead of feeling energized, she became unusually tired. She was 43 years old and never smoked a day in her life. Carol and her doctors fought back and beat cancer. Watch more of Carol’s story at MyStory.Valleyhealth.com/Carol.
When her doctors told her she had pancreatic cancer, Judi was in disbelief. At first, she struggled to find hope. But then, she decided she wasn’t going to let her cancer win. Her friends and family stood by her side and her doctors guided her through treatment, giving Judi the strength to fight cancer head-on. Watch more of Judi’s story at MyStory.ValleyHealth.com/Judi.
Nursing students provide free health screenings for local communities It was the middle of summer 2015 when Donald Ray Foster first passed out. It was just stress, he thought, or maybe a lack of sleep. So he didn’t visit a doctor to find out what was wrong. Foster had just moved back to Madera from Stockton, and the nearest clinic wouldn’t accept his medical insurance. So he waited. A few months passed without Foster seeking care until a November day when he and his wife noticed the Community Health Mobile Unit parked in front of the Hope House, a facility that provides behavioral health services in Madera County. Foster had just eaten lunch and started to feel faint again. Read the full story: http://fresnostate.edu/magazine/the-road-to-valley-health
The mission of Sacred Valley Health is to promote health in the rural, underserved communities of Peru’s Sacred Valley through education, access, and women’s empowerment. To learn more, visit https://diningforwomen.org/programs/sacred-valley-health.