Mercy Imaging Center Brings 3D Mammography to East Woodland

Posted by Nichole Baxter on 7/23/18 11:47 AM

Mercy Imaging Center now offers leading-edge 3D mammography technology at the Dignity Health Medical Foundation – East Woodland Clinic, as a part of the organization’s commitment to comprehensive women’s health. This is the first time 3D mammography is available in Woodland, saving patients commute time and making yearly screenings even easier, and more thorough, than before.

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Fireworks Safety From an Urgent Care Doctor

Posted by Nichole Baxter on 7/2/18 11:52 AM

If you plan on ringing in the Fourth of July with fireworks, make sure you don’t cut your celebrations short with a trip to the emergency room or urgent care. On average, 280 people have a fireworks-related medical emergency each day, during the month around Independence Day. To help you stay safe this season, Dr. Terry Lapid, with Dignity Health Medical Group – Dominican’s urgent care center, has a few recommendations.

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Summer and Skin Health

Posted by Alessandra Arif on 6/20/18 4:20 PM

Summer is finally here! The air is warm, the pool is open, the outside beckons, but so do the UV rays.

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Dignity Health Medical Foundation names Executive Director for Dignity Health Medical Network (DHMN)

Posted by Nichole Baxter on 5/30/18 7:37 AM

Dignity Health Medical Foundation has announced that Joe Kim, has been named Executive Director of Dignity Health Medical Network (DHMN). Joe was previously Executive Director for the organization’s Dignity Health Medical Group – Inland Empire and Dignity Health Medical Group – Northridge Family Medicine clinics. DHMN is Dignity Health Medical Foundation’s state-wide managed care health plan contracting entity, which provides administrative and practice management support and resources to independent practice associations (IPA), allowing providers to better serve patients. 

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Spike in Teen Depression Leads to New Recommendations

Posted by Mary Beth TeSelle on 5/24/18 11:38 AM

Major depression is on the rise among Americans of all ages, but the age group being affected the most may surprise you: teens and young adults.

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