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A message from Huntington Hospital about the upcoming holiday weekend and COVID-19

A message from Huntington Hospital about the upcoming holiday weekend and COVID-19

December 28, 2021

With the upcoming holiday weekend, we are anticipating a possible influx of patients. Our emergency department volume along with wait times is expected to be higher than usual. As the only Level II trauma center in the San Gabriel Valley and the only emergency room in Pasadena, we have set-up temporary tents to allow more […]

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Celebrating Thanksgiving: A recipe for good health from Dr. Shriner

Celebrating Thanksgiving: A recipe for good health from Dr. Shriner

November 22, 2021

I’d like to thank everyone in our community who has received the COVID-19 vaccine thus far and for those who continue to follow infection prevention measures to help prevent the spread of the virus. We have learned so much about this disease, and thankfully, we are in a much better stage of the pandemic than […]

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Huntington Hospital provided nearly                    $135.2 million in community benefits in 2020

Huntington Hospital provided nearly $135.2 million in community benefits in 2020

November 3, 2021

As part of its non-profit mission, Huntington Hospital provides significant benefits to the communities it serves, often in the form of health education, outreach, and low or no-cost hospital care for the uninsured and those with limited means. In 2020, the hospital provided an estimated total of $135,181,987 worth of health care services and support […]

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Halloween safety tips from local pediatrician John Rodarte, MD, Huntington Health Physicians

Halloween safety tips from local pediatrician John Rodarte, MD, Huntington Health Physicians

October 28, 2021

We can all agree, Halloween 2021 is shaping up to be a much better one than Halloween 2020! With Covid-19 cases trending downward in Southern California and many people already vaccinated against the disease, families are looking forward to doing some good old-fashioned trick-or-treating. However, with our youngest children still ineligible for vaccination, some precautions […]

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Huntington Hospital Receives ECRI’s Healthcare Supply Chain Award

Huntington Hospital Receives ECRI’s Healthcare Supply Chain Award

October 18, 2021

ECRI, an independent, nonprofit health services organization that provides technology solutions and evidence-based guidance to healthcare decision makers worldwide, recently named Huntington Hospital as a winner in its 10th annual Healthcare Supply Chain Achievement Award. This award recognizes U.S. healthcare organizations for achieving excellence in overall spend management, including budgeting, benchmarking, technology assessment and strategic […]

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A message about COVID-19 boosters from Kimberly A. Shriner, MD, Medical Director of Infection Prevention and Control

A message about COVID-19 boosters from Kimberly A. Shriner, MD, Medical Director of Infection Prevention and Control

September 13, 2021

As we continue to move through this summer of the Delta variant, the powerful protection that the COVID vaccines provide is so very apparent. This latest surge shows the ability of these vaccines to decrease the risk of serious illness, hospitalization and death. In fact, these vaccines are performing better than any of us could […]

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Vaccination Requirements for Hospital Visitation per California Department of Public Health Order

Vaccination Requirements for Hospital Visitation per California Department of Public Health Order

August 9, 2021

Beginning this Wednesday, August 11, 2021, Huntington Hospital will comply with California Department of Public Health’s recent order requiring that all visitors to our hospital present proof of being fully vaccinated (defined in the order and below) or show proof of negative results of a COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to entering. Below […]

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Huntington Hospital Celebrates National Nurses Week

Huntington Hospital Celebrates National Nurses Week

May 5, 2021

May 6-12 marks National Nurses Week, a stretch of time where we as a nation celebrate our precious, compassionate caregivers. With deep appreciation and respect for our nurses’ resilience throughout the pandemic, Huntington Hospital is offering all 1,357 of our nurses a month of events centered on self-care. Amidst a number of revitalizing activities, inspirational […]

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Pasadena Public Health Department, Huntington Hospital and Pasadena’s NAACP Branch Provide COVID-19 Vaccines to the African-American Community

Pasadena Public Health Department, Huntington Hospital and Pasadena’s NAACP Branch Provide COVID-19 Vaccines to the African-American Community

February 16, 2021

On Saturday, February 13, 2021, NAACP’s Pasadena Branch teamed with Pasadena Public Health Department and Huntington Hospital to administer the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to 114 members of the African-American community, aged 65 and over. The pop-up vaccine clinic took place outside of the NAACP offices. “We are so happy to be partnering […]

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