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  • Huntington Hospital Hosts 5th Annual Shine a Light on Lung Cancer

    On November 19, Huntington Hospital hosted a lighting ceremony as part of a national campaign to raise awareness for lung cancer. The ceremony was attended by over 90 lung cancer patients and family members as well as hospital administration, staff and physicians from Huntington’s lung cancer program. The program included remarks by Robbin Cohen, MD, medical director for the thoracic ...
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  • Huntington Hospital Hosts Mobile Intensive Care Training for LA County Nurses

    Recently, Jenny Van Slyke, RN, pre-hospital care coordinator, Huntington Hospital, and Lyn Riley, RN, held a mobile intensive care nurse (MICN) development course for 35 emergency room nurses from all over Los Angeles County. MICNs answer radio calls from paramedics in the field en route to a hospital, allowing care to begin even before the patient arrives. Roger Yang, MD, base hospital medical ...
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  • Huntington Hospital's 2017 Fall Food + Wine Festival Raises $260,000 for Trauma Center

    On October 29, 2017, Huntington Hospital hosted its only annual fundraising event, the Fall Food + Wine Festival on the festive grounds between the Parkway Grill and the Arroyo Chop House in Pasadena. Guests enjoyed gourmet food, fine wines and live music, raising $260,000 to benefit the Nan and Howard Schow Emergency & Trauma Center at Huntington Hospital, the only trauma center in the San ...
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  • Huntington Hospital Announces Gift of $5 Million from the AS&F Foundation

    Huntington Hospital announced today that it has been named the recipient of a $5 million gift from the AS&F Foundation. The AS&F Foundation will close its doors in 2018, after 67 years in existence and 30 years of partnering with Huntington Hospital. The foundation’s trustees have selected the hospital as one of 12 organizations to receive final grants. “After much ...
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  • Huntington Hospital Provides Stop the Bleed Training to Pasadena Unified School District Nurses

    Recently, Amal Obaid-Schmid, MD, medical director, trauma services, Huntington Hospital, and members of the hospital’s trauma team, trained Pasadena Unified School District school nurses in a national program called Stop the Bleed. This valuable program is intended to cultivate grassroots efforts to encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped and empowered to help in a bleeding ...
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