Saturday, August 13, 2016
Soule Park Golf Course
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Stroke is the 5th U.S. leading cause of death and number one cause of disability. Someone suffers a stroke every 40 seconds. Every year about 795,000 people have a stroke resulting in 130,000 reported deaths. The good news is 80% of strokes are preventable! Join us as Dr. Alboiny discusses stroke risk factors, recognition and prevention including medications, procedures and healthy lifestyle choices. Learn about current treatments to halt and reverse disabling effects of stroke.
Presented by Safwan Alboiny, M.D.
Dr. Safwan Alboiny received his medical degree from the University of Damascus Medical School in Damascus, Syria. He completed an internal medicine residency at the University of Damascus and a neurology residency at Drexel University College of Medicine. Dr. Alboiny is a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, as well as the Syrian Board of Internal Medicine.
Close to 200 mostly female motorcycle riders in pink took to the streets Sunday morning to participate in a local ride to support and raise funds for breast cancer awareness and screenings.
Dressed in pink T-shirts, ribbons, fairy wings and even tutus, the group began their hour and a half ride at Ventura Harley-Davidson in Camarillo for the 11th annual Heels & Wheels motorcycle ride sponsored by the Ventura HOG Chapter Ladies of Harley.
Money raised goes to The Breast Center at Community Memorial Hospital in Ventura for mammograms, biopsies and surgical interventions for women who lack access, funds, or insurance for these lifesaving treatments.
Our popular seminars & symposiums are FREE, and designed to address current healthcare and health-related issues. Health education is a critical component for prevention of disease, and it empowers community members to assume responsibility for their health. We invite you to join us at one, or several, of our exciting programs this year.
Are you up for a MOTION BY THE OCEAN Challenge?
Saturday, July 23, 2016
CMHS Employee Teams
CHALLENGE ALL INDIVIDUALS AND TEAMS
to join them for this Walk/Run
CMH 6th Floor Nurses • Neon Waves
Centers for Family Health Airport Office • Airport Aviators
Social Services Department • Born to be Wild!
Respiratory Therapy Department • Team Code Blue
Best Dressed Team
Best Team Name
Given to the top three male and female participants
in the following age categories:
19 & Under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+
Would you rather volunteer?
There are many great opportunities to assist race day.
Be a course monitor, assist with set-up, check-in participants,
hand out water and nutrition or help with break-down.
Volunteer shifts vary between 3-5 hours and will be a fun
day in support of the new Community Memorial Hospital.
Questions? Call 805-667-2881 or register
Last week, on Thursday, June 23rd we had the historical graduation of the first 3rd year internal medicine and family medicine residents who had spent their full residencies at CMHS. Of the six graduates, four of them are remaining local, practicing in the area and at CMH and OVCH. The graduation and advancement celebration was filled with a sense of camaraderie, joy, laughter and earnestness for the accomplishments and future contributions of our graduates to our community and beyond. A special thanks to our many faculty who attended and who won awards, given by the residents, for their teaching and support.