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Community health center opens in Palm Springs

Riverside University trauma center receives level one designation

The Palm Springs Community Health Center is again serving patients, this time with a new name and at a slightly different location. Formerly called the Palm Springs Family Care Center, the 35,000-square-foot facility is at 191 Sunrise Way, next door to the family care center’s former location, according to a …

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Hemet welcomes medical clinic-community center

The Optum-Hemet Clinic and Community Center will make it possible for people in southwest Riverside County to get primary medical care in once place. Officials also hope that, in time, the clinic will help solve a chronic doctor shortage in that part of the Inland Empire.   A medical facility …

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Medical clinic opens in Hemet

Riverside University trauma center receives level one designation

A medical facility that provides primary care for children and adults has opened in Hemet. The Optum-Hemet Clinic and Community Center is meant to help ease a chronic physician shortage in that part of the Inland Empire and make it easier for people to get the care they need in …

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Arrowhead Regional adds oncology/infusion center

Regional Medical Center in Colton has opened an oncology and infusion therapy center for its cancer patients. A ribbon-cutting was held earlier this month attended by San Bernardino County Supervisors Janice Rutherford and Joe Baca and Colton mayor pro tem Ernest R. Cisneros, according to a statement on the county’s website. …

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CSUSB street medicine program gets major assist

CSUSB street medicine program receives grant

Cal State San Bernardino’s street medicine program is about to cast a wider net in its effort to help homeless people in the Coachella Valley. The program, which operates out of the Palm Desert campus, is one of six street medical operations that will be allowed to use a $340,000 …

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Apple Valley looks at losing its only medical center

In a few years, 65-year-old St. Mary Medical Center in Apple Valley will be shut down and a replacement rebuilt in Victorville. That has Apple Valley officials and residents concerned, but there appears to be little they can do about it.   Thanks to California’s stringent earthquake laws, Apple Valley …

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