Actress and mother of four, Shar Jackson, is a fervent advocate of health screenings for both men and women. Jackson nearly lost her mother to an illness she believes could have been prevented or caught early through testing, which inspired her to speak out about the importance of regular health screenings. Then, her uncle’s pancreatic cancer was diagnosed early due to preventative care, which ultimately saved his life. Watch what she and Dr. Steven Rabin discuss the importance of health screenings.
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Welcome to the “new” magazine for Saint John’s Health Center Foundation, Saint John’s. As you read through the following pages, we will be sharing with you a more comprehensive view of your Health
Through the generosity of the Mother Joseph fund, Providence Tarzana Medical Center presented a $7,800 check Friday to purchase the equipment for El Proyecto to help serve women in their communities.
A semi-annual survey of the nation’s hospital gave “A” grades today to five Providence St. Joseph Health, Southern California, hospitals and one affiliate.
Routine hospital procedures such as checking the vitals, educating the patient, getting those blood tests and menu orders and even the very well-meaning visitors who overstay their welcomes… all that
St. Joseph Health, St. Mary has been named one of America’s Best Hospitals for Patient Safety by the Women’s Choice Award®, America’s trusted referral source for the best in healthcare. The award sign
In this issue: Palliative Care Q&A; Preventing Diabetes with Choose to Change; San Pedro Expands; Meet Your New Chief Executive
Each year, a Movement Disorder affects nearly 3 million Americans.
One of the worst parts of being evaluated for a possible medical problem is the waiting part—waiting for appointments, waiting for tests to be scheduled, waiting for test results and a diagnosis.
BACKGROUND: Parathyroid carcinoma (PC) is a rare malignancy with a moderate prognosis. The staging system, prognostic indicators, and optimal surgical management are still under debate. This large co
In this issue: The spiritual care department at Saint John’s offers whole-person healing for all, no matter their faith background. Saint John’s alliance with the John Wayne Cancer Institute makes cut
In this issue: Welcoming Dr. Timothy G. Wilson; Trustee Gretchen A. Willison has a heart of gold; Carl W. McKinzie brings creative thinking to the Foundation board of trustees; Trustee Shelby Notkin s
In this issue of Innovations, you can read about our highly progressive work to better understand cancer survivorship and improve the quality of life for survivors. The Institute also recently added e
In this issue of Innovations, we celebrate the partners who accompany us on our lengthy and challenging journey to reduce the suffering caused by cancer.
The John Wayne Cancer Institute has arrived at an important moment in time—a time when we continue to add to our cadre of top researchers in the field and find ourselves at the precipice of important
Making Progress in Our Fight Against Cancer This is an exciting era in cancer. After many decades of laborious effort, researchers are making rapid...
Our Commitment to Cancer Research—and to You Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the country, accounting for almost one in four...
In this issue: Saint John’s Health Center Foundation trustee Chris Newman likes to help others excel. | Trustee William S. Mortensen is carrying on a family legacy of compassion and generosity in his
In this issue: Jockey Gary Stevens resumes his career with a new knee; A New Model for Thyroid Care; A growing group of physicians; draws rave reviews; A Pregnancy Warning; Robotic Surgery for Joints
Letter from the CEO In January, I journeyed from my office at Swedish Health Services in Seattle to Santa Monica to be part of a transition team...