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Tile has been integral to the decoration of exterior and internal spaces for over 4,000 years and achieved prominence in the 1920’s and 1930’s. Southern California was home to some of the most notable tile artists and manufacturers including Batchelder, CalCo, Catalina and Malibu.
MemorialCare Health System names Helen Macfie, PharmD, Chief Transformation Officer, and Regina Berman, MA, BSN, Vice President of Population Health
MemorialCare Health System named two national experts to lead its efforts in improving the health of communities in Southern California.
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The City of Long Beach celebrated the opening of a refurbished basketball court and a new playground at Coolidge Park, with some help from The California Endowment and the Los Angeles Clippers, whose basketball players provided clinics to neighborhood children.
Residents are invited to participate in the Kick-Off of the “Greener Good Farmer’s Market.” This is the first project of the Kaiser Permanente HEAL Zone Initiative, in collaboration with the Coalition For A Healthy North Long Beach, Councilmember Steven Neal, and managed by Greener Good Farmer’s Markets.
The local ewaste collection drive is part of a larger campaign for Earth Day.
Goodwill SOLAC (Serving the People of Southern Los Angeles County) has partnered with Kaiser Permanente South Bay Medical Center to host an e-waste collection drive on Wednesday, April 18 from 8:00 a.m.
April 2 – 6, 2012 is National Public Health Week, and the City of Long Beach will be celebrating public health successes this week. Health Department officials will have informational displays in the City Hall lobby and main health facility.
Healthy choices will be easier in North Long Beach due to a Kaiser Permanente’s $1 million 3-year investment in Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL). The City of Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services (Health Department) received this grant from Kaiser Permanente to promote the public’s health in targeted areas of North Long Beach.
Natalie Whitlock, a graduate student at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), has become the first CSULB student to receive the Southern California Kaiser Fellowship.
“I am very excited about this opportunity and am honored that I was one of six who were chosen out of over 100 applicants.
Photo by Megan Mills
Children under 18 would have greater protections from cancer-causing ultraviolet radiation emitted from tanning beds under a Sen. Ted Lieu bill approved today by the Senate’s primary business-policy committee.