We want to empower all members of our community to enjoy the healthiest lifestyle possible.
We are dedicated to providing health and outreach services to meet the needs of our community.
Flu Shot Clinic
During flu season we help Pasadena residents and our neighbors throughout the San Gabriel Valley and surrounding communities take steps to guard against the flu.
Health Counseling Schedule
Our department provides free health screening, counseling, education and referrals.
Note: Resuming dates for future community clinics are to be determined.
Our staff is also active all year participating in community, faith organization, and school health fairs and events, working with many community-based organizations, health clinics and schools. These interactions inform the hospital about community health needs and allow us to respond with appropriate services.
For more information call Huntington Hospital Community Outreach at (626) 397-3376.
Asthma Education and Management
The Huntington Hospital Community Asthma Program offers free asthma education for adults and parents of children with asthma.
- Individual asthma education. Classes are taught in English or Spanish and provide an overview of asthma triggers, medications and management of the condition.
- Asthma clinic. The asthma clinic offers a free asthma evaluation for children, adolescents and adults. All participants are screened, evaluated and treated by an asthma/allergy specialist. Ongoing treatment and referrals are provided as needed.
For more information or to schedule an appointment email us at: HHCAP@huntingtonhospital.com
For English, please call (626) 397-8637.
Para Espanol, llame al (626) 397-8636.
The Asthma Education and Management Program is based on the National Institute of Health (NIH) guidelines. Asthma education provides participants with a better understanding of asthma and it also helps them to better communicate their asthma needs to their doctor.
We are grateful for the following donors for their generous support of this community outreach initiative: The Pasadena Respiratory Health Foundation, and the Georgina-Frederick Children’s Foundation.
Our registered nurses work in partnership with other community agencies to determine the community’s needs and what can be done to help meet those needs. Free health counseling and screenings for diabetes and hypertension are provided at a variety of community sites every month.
Throughout the year we participate in health fairs, providing free health education for disease prevention and management, and maintaining a healthful lifestyle. We also hold over 30 free annual flu shot clinics throughout the community – providing an average of 2,500 flu shots annually.
View upcoming health counseling and screening events on our Event Calendar. Please note this PDF includes English, Spanish and Chinese versions of the health counseling and screening schedule.
Community Outreach Statistics Data
In an effort to constantly improve the quality of health counseling and asthma education and management services that we provide to our community, we monitor our performance against a series of standardized benchmarks that are aimed at improving community care.
Current Year (Updated Quarterly)
|COMMUNITY OUTREACH HEALTH COUNSELING||2017||2018||2019|
|Community sites visited monthly for health screenings/counseling||16||17||14|
|Annual visits to community sites for health screenings/counseling||161||165||135|
Clients screened/counseled during health counseling visits
Blood pressure and blood glucose screenings combined
|Flu Shot Clinics|
Annual seasonal influenza immunizations (October-December)
|Community Health Fairs|
Health fairs attended
Attendees screened and counseled
Annual education presentations
Annual attendees/participants at presentations
|Community Medical Clinics|
Annual clinics offered for community
Patients receiving services at medical clinics
|ASTHMA EDUCATION AND MANAGEMENT (HHCAP)|
|(Huntington Hospital Community Asthma Program)||2017||2018||2019|
|Annual clinics for medically underserved||28||29||27|
|Annual patient visits to clinics||273||249||232|
|Annual asthma education sessions||143||78||47|
|Annual participants in education sessions||228||119||80|
|Percent (%) of asthma education participants with decreased emergency department visits or hospitalization 6 months to 1 year after education sessions||95%||94%||TBD|