Monthly Archives: September 2017

Free Seminar – Latest Treatment for Men’s Urological Issues: Urinary Frequency, Impotency, BPH (New  Urolift  Technique)

CMHS 2017 Speaker Series

Some of the most common urological health issues that arise in male patients include increased urinary frequency, impotency and Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). In the U.S. alone, roughly 20 to 30 million men have some form of erectile dysfunction, and BPH is present in half of all men by age 60. Come join us as
Dr. Beaghler discusses:

  • Causes and symptoms
  • Screening and diagnosis
  • Latest treatment options


Dr. Marc A. Beaghler specializes in urology and is
the CMH Robotics Medical Director and Co-Medical Operating Room Director, as well as a former Chief
of Staff and Chief of Surgery. He received his medical degree from the Creighton University School of Medicine, Omaha, NE and completed a residency at Loma Linda University School of Medicine, Loma Linda, CA. Dr. Beaghler is an active member of the Community Memorial Hospital medical staff.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017
6:00 P.M.
Camarillo Library
4101 Las Posas Rd., Camarillo


or contact Brown Paper Tickets
at 800/838-3006


News Talk 1590 KVTA SeaView IPA Accountable Care Alliance of Ventira, LLC
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Free Seminar – Ethics in Healthcare: How Healthcare Controls Us – Reform Efforts in Uncertain Times

2017 Speaker Series

Why is healthcare reform so difficult? Learn about the tough choices and tradeoffs our country might ultimately have to make before we find a workable solution.

  • Is private insurance becoming unaffordable?
  • Is a single payer system the solution?
  • Are healthcare costs out of control?
  • Are the health insurance exchanges working?
  • What are your options right now?


President and CEO, Community Memorial Health System


Health policy expert and author, California at the Crossroads:
Choices for Healthcare Reform


Chair, Community Memorial Health System Bioethics Committee, Moderator

September 27, 2017
5:30 P.M.
Museum of Ventura County
100 E. Main St., Ventura


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at 800/838-3006


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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

We're Part of the Fight

At Community Memorial Health System, we know
awareness and early detection save lives.

That’s why we’re dedicated to providing the best in screening and imaging technologies to all women in our communities. We are proud to participate in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month by offering low-cost breast imaging to all women who schedule a screening for the month of October!

$90 - 3D Breast Tomosynthesis is available in Ventura at The Breast Center*

$65 - Traditional 2D Mammography is available at Ojai Valley Community Hospital*


Community Memorial Hospital

Ojai Valley Community Hospital

The Breast Center

*Cash only price, must be paid at time of service.
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Daisy Award Winner Honored at Community Memorial Hospital

Community Memorial Health System is proud to announce our 2017 2nd Quarter DAISY Award winner – Joceline Lam, RN!

Created in 1999, the DAISY Award is a very special recognition that honors extraordinary nurses who demonstrate clinical expertise, provide skillful, compassionate care, and go above and beyond for patients and family members.

Joceline Lam is a Critical Care Nurse at Community Memorial Hospital who was nominated for the DAISY award by the daughter of a CCU patient who was extremely afraid of hospitals.  Joceline’s kindness, care, and attention eased the patient’s fears and made her feel like she was in great hands.  The patient’s family attributes much of her ability to recover to the care and reassurance Joceline provided.

Joceline was honored by health system leadership, physicians, and her peers last week with a celebration in the Critical Care Unit.  Please join us in congratulating her on this incredible achievement!

If you would like to nominate an extraordinary nurse from Community Memorial Health System for providing exemplary care, please visit our DAISY Award nomination page by clicking here.

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