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  • Huntington Hospital Babies "Go Red" for Heart Month

    Huntington Hospital has collaborated with the American Heart Association (AHA) to provide every baby born at the hospital this month with a red onesie and hat as a symbol of heart health and encouragement for a healthy future. These special hats were knitted and crocheted by volunteers from around the Los Angeles area through AHA's program, Little Hats, Big Hearts™, empowering moms to ...
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  • World-class care for matters of the heart

    As a young, lively working mom of three, Tina Gocke always considered herself a healthy person. Yes, she had occasional migraines and fatigue, but she chalked those symptoms up to a busy life. Tina’s life changed in September 2017, when she was outside playing with her kids. Suddenly she was unable to hold her water bottle – it dropped from her hand, and she began slurring her speech. ...
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  • Huntington Hospital Babies "Go Red" for Heart Month

    Huntington Hospital has collaborated with the American Heart Association (AHA) to provide every baby born at the hospital this month with a red onesie and hat as a symbol of heart health and encouragement for a healthy future. These special hats were knitted and crocheted by volunteers from around the Los Angeles area through AHA's program, Little Hats, Big Hearts™, empowering moms to ...
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  • World-class care for matters of the heart

    As a young, lively working mom of three, Tina Gocke always considered herself a healthy person. Yes, she had occasional migraines and fatigue, but she chalked those symptoms up to a busy life. Tina’s life changed in September 2017, when she was outside playing with her kids. Suddenly she was unable to hold her water bottle – it dropped from her hand, and she began slurring her speech. ...
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  • Questions About Medicare Health Plans? Attend an informational event!

    Huntington Health Physicians is offering informational meetings to answer community and patient questions regarding Medicare Health Plans. Learning about Medicare options can be an overwhelming experience, so these meetings are designed to provide information which will assist in your decision making process. We have events available at Huntington Hospital, and at our Corporate Office, located at ...
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  • John Rodarte, MD, featured in the August issue of L.A. Parent Magazine

    John Rodarte, MD, chair, department of pediatrics at Huntington Hospital, is featured in the August issue of L.A. Parent Magazine discussing overuse injuries among kid athletes. "You want to maintain your aerobic fitness, just use some different muscle groups," said Dr. Rodarte. "This is the healthiest way to let your child be that great athlete." Dr. Rodarte spent 17 years as ...
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  • John Rodarte, MD, Weighs in on New Peanut Guidelines

    John Rodarte, MD, pediatrician at Huntington Health Physicians, and chair, department of pediatrics, Huntington Hospital, was featured in an ABC 7 news report on the new recommendation from the National Institutes of Health regarding kids and peanuts. Since 2000, in an attempt to prevent peanut allergies, the American Academy of Pediatrics has recommended against giving peanuts to babies, up the ...
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  • Descanso Pediatrics voted "Finest Medical Group" by the Crescenta Valley Weekly readers

    Residents of La Canada and La Crescenta voted Descanso Pediatrics, of Huntington Health Physicians, the “Finest Medical Group” in the area. Descanso Pediatrics doctors, nurses, and staff have been providing high quality, compassionate care to the community for over 50 years. The group has nine experienced physicians who work as a team to provide the best possible care to their ...
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  • Huntington Hospital Babies "Go Red" for Heart Month

    Huntington Hospital has collaborated with the American Heart Association (AHA) to provide every baby born at the hospital this month with a red onesie and hat as a symbol of heart health and encouragement for a healthy future. These special hats were knitted and crocheted by volunteers from around the Los Angeles area through AHA's program, Little Hats, Big Hearts™, empowering moms to ...
    Continue Reading
  • World-class care for matters of the heart

    As a young, lively working mom of three, Tina Gocke always considered herself a healthy person. Yes, she had occasional migraines and fatigue, but she chalked those symptoms up to a busy life. Tina’s life changed in September 2017, when she was outside playing with her kids. Suddenly she was unable to hold her water bottle – it dropped from her hand, and she began slurring her speech. ...
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  • John Rodarte, MD, featured in Outlook Newspapers

    John Rodarte, MD, pediatrician at Huntington Health Physicians, and chair, department of pediatrics, Huntington Hospital, was featured in the Outlook Newspapers recently in a story about the great work he does in an impoverished neighborhood in Mexico. Dr. Rodarte helped create Healing Hearts Across Borders, a nonprofit group that visits Tijuana every three months to see and treat patients at the ...
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  • What should you do if you get the flu?

    With a recent spike in flu cases, our Emergency Department physician, Brandon Lew, DO, has the following advice* to offer our community: Prevention is ideal, but once you or a family member are experiencing flu-like symptoms it’s important to know your options – and the ER should not necessarily be your first choice. The flu shot, hand washing and avoiding sick people are all important ...
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