Register for Virtual Noon Hour Events

 

Noon Hour

Register today to join us for our upcoming Noon Hour events, part of the 50+ Health Connection Program! 

On this page you’ll find:

Upcoming Events:

Events will begin at 12:30 p.m. on the dates listed. Each will last about an hour and will include time for questions. Participation is free. 


Special in-person event! Wednesday, May 29 – Powered by connection.
During Older Americans Month, join us for a special in-person event as therapists from Huntington Hospital’s Della Martin Center, including Megan Barr, MA, ATR; Mollie Basconcillo, MT‑BC; and David Washington, LCSW, share how connectedness plays a vital role in supporting independence and aging in place.

The event will begin at 12:00 p.m. and will take place at the South Pasadena Senior Center, located at 1102 Oxley St., South Pasadena, CA 91030. Please note limited street parking is available on Fairview Ave., Oxley St. and El Centro St.

Visit https://forms.office.com/r/CHLdKQk7E4 to register for this in-person event.


Wednesday, June 5 – Rehabilitation after brain injury.
In honor of Brain Awareness Month, come learn from Huntington Health certified neurological clinical specialist Megan Kwon, PT-DPT, about how the brain responds to an injury and how physical therapy can help it heal.

Wednesday, June 12 – Becoming a smart patient.
Emergency medicine physician Robert Goldweber, MD, will share helpful information about the differences between primary, urgent and emergency care to help you make smart decisions and get the right care you need at the right time.

Wednesday, July 31 – All about palliative care.
Members of Huntington Health’s palliative care team, including Chandra Jain, MD; Reverend Doctor Shirley Lin; Katherine Donnelly-Crocker, LCSW; and Zoila Nova, LCSW, will talk about how palliative care can provide whole-person support to patients with serious illness and their families.

Wednesday, August 7 – Vaccinations and older adults.
During National Immunization Awareness Month, Matthew Feaster, PhD, lead epidemiologist with the Pasadena Public Health Department (PPHD), and Ying‑Ying Goh, MD, PPHD’s director and health officer, will talk about recommended vaccines for older adults.

Wednesday, August 28 – Advance care planning.
Patty Watson-Swan, BSN, RN, PHN, nurse care manager at Senior Care Network, will speak on the importance of advance care planning, how to complete an advance directive, and how it can offer peace of mind to your loved ones.

Registration:

You can now enjoy Senior Care Network’s Noon Hour series in a virtual format. These educational events will now be held via Zoom, but a call-in option is also available.

For all events, you must register in advance. There are two ways to register: 

1. Complete the registration form online by visiting this website.

2. By phone. At the time of the event, call (564) 217-2000, then enter the following when prompted:
Meeting ID: 862 5512 7925#
Participant ID: press #
Meeting Password: 599251#

Not technologically savvy? If you need help using Zoom, please call Senior Care Network’s membership line at (626) 397-3147. We’re happy to help!


Past Noon Hour Events

Taboo topics in men’s health – May 15, 2024

Men’s health includes a wide range of topics, but some issues are shrouded in stigma. Come hear from Huntington Health physical therapist Jimmy Gargollo, PT-DPT, as he sheds light on important issues for men like incontinence, erectile dysfunction and more.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: Lt!2e@UC

If you wish to make an appointment with Jimmy Gargollo, PT-DPT, obtain a referral from your doctor and go to the Outpatient Rehabilitation website. From there you can scroll down to Preparing For Your First Visit.


Avoiding injury as you age – April 24, 2024

Physical Therapist Julia Masulis,PT, DPT, from Huntington Health’s outpatient rehabilitation department at Huntington Hospital will discuss how to reduce your risk of injuries as you age, including fall prevention tips.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: r7LY%2yK


Nutrition for older adults – April 17, 2024

Huntington Health registered dietitian Crystal Kwan explores tasty and creative ways to nourish your mind, body and spirit. This special lecture will include food demonstrations that showcase delicious recipes you can make at home.

Video coming soon!


Reducing your risk of colorectal cancer – March 27, 2024

In honor of Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, colorectal surgeon Juliane Golan, MD, talks about the importance of regular screenings, and discuss available treatments for colorectal cancer.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: J.=dq4p2


Alzheimer’s and dementia research – March 13, 2024

Join us as Linda Loera, program and education manager with the Alzheimer’s Association California Southland Chapter, shares current research on Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, as well as the latest advances in treatment.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: F$s.s21q


Advanced heart failure – February 21, 2024

In honor of American Heart Month, come hear from cardiologist Tishangi Kumar Agrawal, MD, about care and treatment options for advanced heart failure.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: x25Chd.M


Senior driving rules – February 14, 2024

Tressa Thompson, senior ombudsman with the California Department of Motor Vehicles, talks about rules for older drivers in California, including license renewal rules and testing options.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: 3^94b0$v


All about cervical cancer – January 31, 2024

During Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, Huntington Cancer Center gynecologic oncology specialist Paul Lin, MD, will discuss the latest in prevention and treatment of cervical cancer.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcode:?nWRU3e^


Menopause symptoms and relief – January 17, 2024

Bryan Jick, MD, from Fair Oaks Women’s Health OB-GYN, talks about how you can relieve menopause symptoms and improve your quality of life.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: $*k9et6^


Managing medications – December 13, 2023

Michelle Rose, Pharm.D., APh, CACP, a clinical pharmacist, talks about services offered by the hospital’s Medication Therapy Management Clinic and how you can keep yourself safe if you take multiple medications.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: &4qB8c9@


Taking care of the caregiver- November 29, 2023

Kathleen Coatta, LCSW, clinical supervisor at Senior Care Network, shares tips on how caregivers can take care of themselves, using lessons from Powerful Tools for Caregivers.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: EsygJ2*&


Diabetes education and empowerment – November 15, 2023

Huntington Health community outreach registered nurse Kathy Eastwood, BSN, speaks about diabetes prevention strategies and how she empowers patients to take control of their disease.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcodek9!DeB%q

Diabetes education 6-week series – CLICK HERE


Stroke awareness – November 1, 2023

In honor of World Stroke Awareness Day, join us as neurologist Arbi Ohanian, MD, medical director of comprehensive stroke program at Huntington Health, talks about stroke symptoms, risk factors and treatment options.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcodewN^0#P21


Spine surgery in 2023 – October 25, 2023

Huntington Health-affiliated orthopedic spine surgeon Bradley Johnson, MD, discusses common spine disorders, as well as the latest treatment options.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcodeB6*Kpu7c


Breast cancer treatment – October 11, 2023

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, join us as Ruth Williamson, MD, clinical director of Radiation Oncology at Huntington Cancer Center, an affiliate of Cedars-Sinai Cancer, and Jeannie Shen, MD, medical director of the Breast Program at Huntington Cancer Center and of Huntington Hospital International Health, talk about the history of breast cancer treatment, current screening guidelines, treatment options for seniors, and a breakdown of common misconceptions.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcodeR74tU1g#


Preventing falls at home – September 27, 2023

During National Fall Prevention Awareness Month, Alison Birnie, RN, MSHCM, NE-BC, clinical director at Huntington Health, will educate on how to avoid falling at home.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcodeH1Z5i#&x


Get ahead of sepsis – September 13, 2023

Come learn lifesaving information about sepsis from Nirav Kamdar, MD, Vice President of Quality Improvement and Clinical Operations at Huntington Health, including warning signs and symptoms.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcode:  heAkkc7=


Keep up to date on COVID-19 – August 23, 2023

During National Immunization Awareness Month, come hear the latest news about COVID-19 from Kimberly Shriner, MD, medical director of infection, prevention and control. Dr. Shriner will also share an update on Huntington Health’s Long COVID-19 Recovery Clinic (LCRC).

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcode:  a5%#HHQH


Skin cancer: Mohs surgery and aesthetic skin care tips for mature skin – August 9, 2023

Hear from dermatologist Joanna Chan, MD, about Mohs surgery — a procedure used to treat skin cancer. Dr. Chan will also discuss a variety of cosmetic dermatology procedures.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcode:  =zYn0%RU


The benefits of permaculture – July 26, 2023

Gina Bardo, RN, discusses how you can learn from permaculture practices and the laws of nature to reduce stress and improve your mental health.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcode!Rof#g^5


Stay fit in the hot months – July 12, 2023

At the height of the summer, physical therapist Blair Chang, PT, DPT, shares tips on how to stay fit and have fun during the hottest months of the year.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording,CLICK HERE and use the following passcode6*m@LJTW


Don’t be scammed! – June 28, 2023

Miles McNeeley, LCSW, director of elder abuse prevention at WISE & Healthy Aging, discusses elder abuse fraud and how you can avoid being scammed.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE and use the following passcodez2+OCy%T


Alzheimer’s and brain health – June 14, 2023

Come learn about Alzheimer’s from panelists Roxy Kirakosyan, MPH, associate director of education and outreach at Alzheimer’s Los Angeles, and Linda Loera, program and education manager at Alzheimer’s Association – California Southland Chapter. The panel will also share information about free local Alzheimer’s educational programs and support services.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE  and use the following passcode18G=EOcU

Alheimer’s Association help and support

Alzheimer’s Los Angeles help and support


Life transitions and older adults – May 24, 2023

In honor of Mental Health Month, join us as psychiatrist Colin Dias, MD, shares about how to deal with grief and other forms of loss, as well as the warning signs of depression.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE  and use the following passcode:  Q8!@66Tq


Aging unbound – May 10, 2023

During Older Americans Month, join us as Senior Care Network Director Eileen Koons, talks with expert panelists — Pamela Weatherspoon, MBA, vice president of enterprise diversity, equity, inclusion, engagement and wellness at Huntington Hospital; Akila Gibbs, executive director of the Pasadena Senior Center; and Huntington Health Physician Stuart Miller, MD — about how to combat ageism and share how you can stay active in your community.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE  and use the following passcode: NbP!1YKp


Hair today, gone tomorrow – April 12, 2023

Back once more by popular demand! This event, led by internist Cindy Carson, MD, will explore the causes of hair loss in older adults and potential treatment options.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: 50qAY*D?


Sleep disorders and you – March 22, 2023

Vickie Greenberg, DDS, from Greenberg Orthodontics & TMJ, will discuss treatment for sleep apnea and airway constriction, as well as how TMJ is related to sleep disorders.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: sw46xr^!

Dr. Greenberg’s Powerpoint presentation click here


Colorectal cancer screening and treatment – March 8, 2023

In honor of Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, colorectal surgeon Juliane Golan, MD, will discuss the importance of regular screenings, and share information about available treatments.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: H.2aVt&H


The importance of self-check – February 22, 2023

February is National Self-Check Month, an opportunity for you to become more proactive about your health — and increase your odds of avoiding chronic disease. During this special event, Derek Cheung, MD, will provide information about early disease detection techniques.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: y=V7u2LZ


Celebrating heart health – February 8, 2023

During American Heart Month, come hear from cardiologist Azhil “Alex” Durairaj, MD, medical director of cardiology, about prevention and treatment of heart disease.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: f2E4P%G?


All About Thyroid Eye Disease – January 25, 2023

Ophthalmologists Julia Song, MD, and Alice Song, MD will talk about thyroid eye disease, including the latest developments in immunotherapy treatment.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: $udZA8cz


Navigating Medicare Benefits and Costs – January 11, 2023

Stephanie Fajuri, Esq., Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP) manager and staff attorney at the Center for Health Care Rights, will provide information about Medicare, including benefits and costs for 2023.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: fy30.pni


Improving your financial health – December 7, 2022

During the holiday season, Nora Jashari, financial consultant for Fidelity Investments, will share tips for financial health.

For more information on this Noon Hour topic, please click here.


Bladder and bowel health – November 9, 2022

In honor of Bladder Awareness Month, physical therapist Julie Vinh, DPT, will discuss common conditions that can affect the bladder and bowel, including urinary incontinence.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE and use the following passcode:7wfO!e%V


Treatment for Hip Pain – October 26, 2022

Orthopedic surgeon Timothy Jackson, MD, will talk about treatment for hip problems, including total hip replacement surgery.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: B@ez5bbp


All About Menopause – October 12, 2022

In honor of Menopause Awareness Month, OB-GYN Bryan Jick, MD, will share everything you need to know about menopause, including symptoms and when they often begin.


Sex After 50 – September 21, 2022

During Sexual Health Awareness Month, come learn from sex therapist Nicoletta Heidegger, LMFT, about sex after age 50.

To access the Noon Hour event recording, please contact us by email: [email protected] or by calling (626) 397-3147.


Dysphagia and Aging – September 14, 2022

Join us as speech-language pathologist Amy Bowman, MS, CCC-SLP, discusses the changes in our swallowing as we age and how you can cope.

To watch the Noon Hour event recording, CLICK HERE and use the following passcode: gcU.5y&4


Vaccine Updates – August 17, 2022

During National Immunization Awareness Month, we invite you to a special presentation by infectious disease specialist Kimberly Shriner, MD, about vaccines.  Dr. Shriner will also talk about the latest information related to COVID-19.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Aging With Vision Loss  – July 20, 2022

Socorro Arroyo, program manager at the Dayle McIntosh Center, shares information about how older adults with vision loss can remain as independent as possible, including ways assistive technology can help.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Summer Safety  – June 22, 2022

During National Safety Month, Lisa Derderian, public information officer for the City of Pasadena, provides tips on emergency preparedness, including how you can stay safe during the hot summer months.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Trauma and Injury Prevention  – June 8, 2022

Michelle Baker, RN, BSN, manager of trauma services at Huntington Hospital, discusses common trauma-related injuries and how you can protect yourself from harm.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Aging in Place  – May 18, 2022

In honor of Older Americans Month, Stuart Miller, MD, Huntington Health Physicians, and Kathleen Coatta, LCSW, clinical supervisor at Huntington Senior Care Network, talk about how older adults can remain in their homes for as long as possible.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Promoting Stroke Awareness  – May 11, 2022

During Stroke Awareness Month, learn from Arbi Ohanian, MD, medical director of Huntington Hospital Stroke Center, about the warning signs of stroke. Dr. Ohanian will also discuss what you need to know about stroke and COVID-19.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Holistic Stress Management – April 20, 2022

Pierre-Etienne Vannier, MSc, CHt, mind-body practitioner and program development specialist, provides tips on how you can manage stress by creating healthy boundaries, connecting with others, and focusing on the link between your mind, body, and spirit.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Nutrition and Comfort Food – April 13, 2022

Crystal Kwan, MPH, CDCES, Dietitian, Ben Herrera, Executive Chef, and Jessie Wahba, Director of food and nutrition services, discuss healthy alternatives for comfort foods from a variety of cultural traditions.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Urology and You – March 2, 2022

Armen Dikranian, MD, medical director of robotic surgery at Huntington Hospital, discusses common urological conditions, as well as available treatment options.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below. You may also download associated files by clicking the ‘Download’ button below.


Heart Health – February 9, 2022

Azhil “Alex” Durairaj, MD, medical director of cardiology at Huntington Hospital, discusses the major risk factors for developing heart disease and how to support your heart health.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Medicare Benefits in 2022 – January 12, 2022

Stephanie Fajuri Denning, Esq., senior program manager and staff attorney at the Center for Health Care Rights, shares information about Medicare eligibility and benefits

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below. You may also download associated files by clicking the ‘Download’ button below.


Preventing the Flu – December 8, 2021

Katie Jones, MPH, CIC, manager of infection prevention and control at Huntington Hospital, talks about the 2021-22 flu season, and what you can do to stay healthy.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Preventing and Managing Diabetes – November 17, 2021

During Diabetes Awareness Month, registered dietitian Crystal Kwan, MPH, CDCES, discusses nutritional strategies that can help you prevent and manage type 2 diabetes.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below. You may also download associated files by clicking the ‘Download’ button below.


Family Caregivers: Self-Care During the Holidays – November 10, 2021

In honor of National Family Caregivers Month, Huntington Senior Care Network staff provides tips for family caregivers on how to practice self-care during the holidays and how to recognize burnout.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below. You may also download some associated files by clicking the ‘Download’ button below.


Impact of Exercise – October 20, 2021

Physical therapist Jordan Perry provides an overview of the health benefits of exercise for older adults, including tips for adjusting your workout as you get older.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Breast Cancer Treatment Options – October 13, 2021

During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Ruth Williamson, MD, medical director of breast cancer services and radiation oncology at Huntington Hospital, and breast surgeon Jeannie Shen, MD, talks about new and exciting breast cancer treatment options.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Silent Breast Cancer: Understanding Your Risk and Detection Options – October 6, 2021

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We invite you to a special presentation by Amy Polverini, MD, medical director of breast surgery at Huntington Hospital, and breast radiologist Lakshmi Tegulapalle, DO, about risk factors and current diagnostic methods.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Fall Prevention Strategies – September 29, 2021

Join us as physical therapist Julia Masulis discusses falls and what you can do to prevent them.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below. You may also download some associated files by clicking the ‘Download’ button below.


Prostate Cancer Awareness – September 15, 2021

In recognition of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, urologist Ramin Khalili, MD, shares information on prostate cancer prevention and treatment options.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


An Update on Eye Health – August 18, 2021

Ophthalmologists Alice Song, MD, and Julia Song, MD, discuss macular degeneration, glaucoma, thyroid eye disease, dry eyes, and drooping lids, and provide information about the latest treatment options for these eye conditions.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Lotions, Creams and Care of the Skin – July 7, 2021

Dermatologist Janice DaVolio, MD, talks about the importance of caring for your skin as you age and about the latest in skin cancer detection and treatment.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below. You may also download associated files by clicking the ‘Download’ button below.


Update on COVID-19 – June 16, 2021

Infectious disease specialist Kimberly Shriner, MD, and Pasadena Public Health epidemiologist Matt Feaster, PhD, provides an update on the coronavirus pandemic.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Stroke Care in 2021 – May 19, 2021

During Stroke Awareness Month, learn from neurologist Tyler Cheung, MD about stroke symptoms, risk factors and treatment options.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Practicing self-care during the COVID-19 pandemic – May 12, 2021

David Washington, LCSW provides information about how to practice self‑care during the current health crisis, including the importance of establishing a daily routine.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Hair Loss: Hair Today and Gone Tomorrow – April 7, 2021

Hair loss may be more than just a cosmetic issue. It can also be a symptom of underlying medical or nutritional problems. Back again by popular demand, this session, led by internist Cindy Carson, MD, explores the causes of hair loss and potential treatments.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Colorectal Cancer Screening and Treatment – March 10, 2021

Following the death of Black Panther movie star Chadwick Boseman from colorectal cancer, there has been additional media attention to this disease. Colorectal surgeon Gabriel Akopian, MD, discusses the importance of regular screenings, and shares information about available treatments.

Dr. Akopian recommends the following links for more information:
https://nccrt.org/
https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/colorectal/

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Heart Health – February 10, 2021

During American Heart Month, cardiologist Evann Eisenberg, MD, talks about cardiac health and how to prevent heart disease.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Medicare Updates for 2021 – January 13, 2021

Stephanie Fajuri Denning, Esq., Senior Program Manager/ Staff Attorney for Center for Health Care Rights, provides information about Medicare changes for 2021.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below. You may also download some associated files by clicking the ‘Download’ button below.


Family gatherings in the time of COVID-19 – December 9, 2020

December holidays often mean time spent with extended family. Infectious disease specialist Kimberly Shriner, MD,and Pasadena Public Health epidemiologist Matt Feaster, PhD, provide an update on guidelines for social interactions during the coronavirus pandemic.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Caring for someone with dementia during the coronavirus pandemic – November 20, 2020

Our November Noon Hour event was delivered by Zina Paris, MSW, Director of Clinical Services at Alzheimer’s Los Angeles and she discusses caregiving during COVID-19. Now safety guidelines and restrictions in place due to the coronavirus pandemic have made the role of caregiving even more challenging. A family caregiver also shares her own experience.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Maintaining Breast Health for Life – October 9, 2020

Our October Noon Hour event was delivered by breast surgeon Jeannie Shen, MD, and radiation oncologist Ruth Williamson, MD, discuss about why it’s important to get screened for breast cancer. You’ll also learn about the latest treatment options.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


The Latest on Screening and Treatment for Prostate Cancer – September 23, 2020

Our September Noon Hour event on Prostate Cancer was delivered by urologist Shahin Chandrasoma, MD. Timed for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Chandrasoma shares the important things you need to know to best manage your prostate health.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Update on COVID-19 – August 26, 2020

Our August Noon Hour event was delivered by Matt Feaster, PhD, epidemiologist, with the Pasadena Public Health Department. Dr. Feaster provide an update on the department’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and what you can do to stay safe.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below. You may also download associated files by clicking the ‘Download’ button below.


Resilience and Flexibility in Aging – July 8, 2020

Our July Noon Hour event, Psychologist Michael Barnes, PhD, discusses how resilience and flexibility can help older adults weather the challenges of aging, particularly during the current pandemic.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.


Being on Stroke Awareness Alert – June 17, 2020

Our June Noon Hour event, Arbi Ohanian, MD, medical director of Huntington Hospital Stroke Center, discusses stroke symptoms, risk factors and treatment options. Download the presentation file below so you can follow along as you listen to the event recording.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below. You may also download associated files by clicking the ‘Download’ button below.


Are We There Yet? Coronavirus Update – May 6, 2020

Our May Noon Hour event featured Infectious Disease expert Kimberly Shriner, MD, and Pasadena Public Health Department’s Epidemiologist Matt Feaster, Ph.D. provide important information and took pre-submitted questions.

To listen to the Noon Hour event recording, click play below.