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In-Shape partners with TRX to educate personal trainers

In-Shape Antioch personal trainer, Daniel Garces, is seen learning one of the MOVE7 foundational movements – the lunge.

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DMC expands cardiology services in Modesto

Gonzalo Rivera of Los Banos underwent the Patent Foramen Ovale closure procedure, performed by Dr. Talwinderdeep Kahlon.

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Community health forum focuses on childhood health

Representatives from various health and public agencies attended Health Net’s Community Connections Forum.

On May 4, Health Net held its Community Connections Forum in Stockton. According to the organization, nearly 100 leaders from various health and public agencies attended the event aimed at discussing the impact of childhood trauma on overall health and wellness.

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Lodi Memorial, UC Davis announce partnership for child specialty care

Adventist Health Lodi Memorial has entered into a partnership with UC Davis Medical Center to provide advanced pediatric care.

LODI—Adventist Health Lodi Memorial has announced a partnership with UC Davis Medical Center to expand its healthcare offerings to area patients.

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Modesto and Manteca Kaiser locations receive accreditation for cancer care

Cancer survivor Esther Milsap of Oakdale visits with Oncologist Megumi Tomita, MD, at Kaiser Permanente Modesto Medical Center.

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Dodging raindrops, supporters enjoy Memorial Hospital Foundation’s annual golf fundraiser

Dodging raindrops, supporters enjoy Memorial Hospital Foundation’s annual golf fundraiser

MODESTO, Calif. – Over 100 teams braved the elements at Modesto’s Del Rio Golf and Country Club on Monday, April 16th to assist in the fundraising efforts for Memorial Medical Center’s support services programs.

The 16th Annual Memorial Hospital Foundation Golf Classic is a popular event in the Modesto community. Business leaders and community members mark their calendars each April to enjoy a day of golf, camaraderie, dining and auction activities, all in support of community health care.

This year’s funds raised will help Memorial Medical Center’s support services programs, including the following:

Memorial Medical Center opens new biplane surgical suite

Memorial Medical Center opens new biplane surgical suite

Memorial Medical Center (MMC), part of Sutter Health, recently opened their new biplane neurological suite, allowing neurosurgeons to use advanced equipment and techniques to benefit local Sutter Health patients.

The biplane suite, which includes the use of two rotating cameras to create detailed 3D views of the blood vessels in and leading to the brain, is designed to help neurosurgeons better treat patients with stroke-causing blood clots. The physicians are able to quickly receive more detailed information, helping  lead to a faster recovery for the patient.

“The technology offers a minimally invasive method to locate the clots in the brain and to use imaging to help guide surgeons as they remove the clots,” said Sergio Camarillo, director of patient care services at MMC.