Long Beach Health
Long Beach Job Corps students and staff are extra proud. The center ranked #10 of 125 Job Corps Centers in the nation in October, due to their hard work and success.
The Long Beach Police Department will once again join forces with Long Beach Memorial Medical Center to participate in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) National Pharmaceutical Take-Back initiative, along with several other law enforcement agencies around the nation.
Caltrans has awarded the City of Long Beach a $225,000 environmental justice grant to begin developing a vision for transforming the Terminal Island (TI) Freeway into a local-serving road with an adjacent landscaped buffer.
Thousands of people adorned in pink and teal gathered together on Saturday, Oct. 5 to participate in the 14th Annual Team Spirit Breast & Ovarian Cancer 5K/10K Walk/Run, in support of survivors and in remembrance of those who have lost their battle to breast and ovarian cancer.
Our beloved friend, co-worker, brother, son, cousin, nephew, one of humanities most endearing, Eric Lackey, was recently stricken with a very severe case of pneumonia and has been hospitalized for over two weeks.
The Downtown Long Beach Lions Club cordially invites the Long Beach community to the Sight First Health Fair on October 5th, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at Thomas Edison Elementary School, 625 Maine Ave, Long Beach, CA 90802.
In planning for emergencies, it is important for every household and each individual to consider what they will need and assemble their Emergency Supply Kits.
On Thursday, Sept. 19, the mental health community of Long Beach came together for a special open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony as the MemorialCare Center for Mental Health & Wellness at Community Hospital Long Beach opened its doors to introduce its newest mental health services.
The first case of flu this season has been confirmed in Long Beach, and the City’s Health Department, with assistance from the American Red Cross, has announced dates for the 2013 Annual Flu Clinics, starting on October 10, 2013.
Supporters of cleaner, safer air and reduced pollution from exhaust around high-density areas like Los Angeles will review pollution risks from lead and explore alternatives during a public hearing in Westchester by Sen.