The physicians at Tri-City Medical Center were honored for their 50 years of service to the hospital with the unveiling on Feb. 22 of "Fathers of Medicine," a bronze sculpture depicting the three Greeks whose teachings laid the foundation for modern medicine -- Asklepios, Hippocrates and Galen.
Echocardiograms, the standard diagnostic tool in the fight against heart disease, will be available in 3-D at Palomar Pomerado Health (PPH) thanks to the generosity of the Hedco Foundation.
Sharp HealthCare is navigating the changing payer and provider landscape by banking on two words: care management.
Against the backdrop of uncertainty created by health reform, employers are accelerating their efforts to bring health benefit costs under control.
When folks at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego started to explore how they could improve their system for tracking medical supplies, they heard that Tri-City Medical Center in Oceanside was one of only a few hospitals using Pyxis.
The Tri-City Healthcare District is accepting grant applications from nonprofit agencies serving residents of Carlsbad, Oceanside, and Vista.
Palomar Pomerado Health (PPH) has been named a top U.S. health system based on system-wide performance by Thomson Reuters, which rates hospitals across the nation.
The Community Health Improvements Partners, a San Diego nonprofit, has received a $1 million grant from Kaiser Permanente to promote healthy eating and active living in Lemon Grove through an alliance of community partners focused on improving community health.
Kaiser Permanente San Diego went live with solar power on Jan. 20, becoming San Diego County's first hospital to receive a significant amount of its energy from the sun.
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Kaiser Permanente will host free Get Healthy San Diego Workshops to the public every month in 2012 to provide the “latest research, advice and tools for San Diegans to kick-start a healthy lifestyle,” the health care provider said in a Friday release.