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Vaccines continue with Pasadena’s teachers and childcare workers this week

Vaccines continue with Pasadena’s teachers and childcare workers this week

March 1, 2021

We are thrilled to now be vaccinating educators and childcare workers in Pasadena, and so pleased to support Pasadena Public Health’s efforts to get this essential workforce vaccinated so our teachers can more safely resume in-person instruction in the future. Congratulations to Flor Manzano, a teacher at Madison Elementary, photographed (center) with Lori J. Morgan, […]

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Huntington Hospital Resumes All Elective Surgeries and Limited In-Person Visitation

Huntington Hospital Resumes All Elective Surgeries and Limited In-Person Visitation

February 25, 2021

As with the trend throughout Los Angeles County, Huntington Hospital has seen a decline in hospitalized COVID-19 patients. With this, the hospital is now able to resume all elective surgeries and limited in-person visitation. Elective Surgeries – We are here to safely care for you Huntington Hospital provided life-saving and immediate care for the community […]

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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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Answering the call: Huntington Hospital’s human resources employee offers much-needed support during the surge

Answering the call: Huntington Hospital’s human resources employee offers much-needed support during the surge

January 29, 2021

When the labor pool was activated to work in emergency department overflow tents as COVID-19 surged during the holidays, Melissa Rivas, administrative coordinator, human resources, knew she could help. With the Huntington’s HR offices closed for the holidays and her EMT experience, she had the time, skill and compassion to lend a hand. “It is […]

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Huntington Hospital Receives Initial Shipment of the COVID-19 Vaccine

Huntington Hospital Receives Initial Shipment of the COVID-19 Vaccine

December 17, 2020

Today, Huntington Hospital received its first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. In line with federal guidelines and an ethical framework based on risk-exposure and the ability to provide ongoing care during the pandemic, those at the frontlines of care are among the first group eligible to receive these initial doses. Huntington Hospital hopes to offer […]

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Important Updates to Huntington Hospital’s Visitor Policy

Important Updates to Huntington Hospital’s Visitor Policy

November 17, 2020

Effective tomorrow, November 18, 2020, Huntington Hospital is closed to in-person visitation and will resume virtual visitation. This decision was based on Huntington’s risk-scoring matrix, which considers community infection rates and more. After carefully reviewing this matrix, combined with the current trends in Los Angeles County and throughout the country, we are making these appropriate […]

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Holiday COVID-19 Tips from Huntington Hospital’s Infectious Disease Specialist, Kimberly Shriner, MD: Give the gift of health and well-being

Holiday COVID-19 Tips from Huntington Hospital’s Infectious Disease Specialist, Kimberly Shriner, MD: Give the gift of health and well-being

November 17, 2020

The holiday season is upon us, but this year, with COVID-19, traditional family gatherings bring a dangerous risk for the spread of the disease. Huntington Hospital’s Kimberly Shriner, MD, infectious disease specialist, has prepared a few tips to help you make the most informed decisions about how to spend the holidays this year. 1. If […]

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Business Life Magazine recognizes Kimberly Shriner, MD, infectious disease specialist as a Healthcare Hero

Business Life Magazine recognizes Kimberly Shriner, MD, infectious disease specialist as a Healthcare Hero

September 16, 2020

Congratulations to Huntington Hospital’s infectious disease specialist, Kimberly Shriner, MD, for being named a Healthcare Hero in the most recent issue of Business Life Magazine! Dr. Shriner has been recognized for her invaluable contributions during the COVID-19 pandemic. From weekly interviews on KPCC’s AirTalk to community forums, she has offered sound, science-based advice and information […]

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Life in the ER in the time of COVID-19

Life in the ER in the time of COVID-19

July 21, 2020

By Dr. Brandon Lew, Medical Director, Emergency Department Every day, emergency physicians and staff members assess patients and make split second, critical decisions based on a limited amount of information in a time-sensitive environment. We are accustomed to unpredictability, and often work outside our comfort zone. COVID-19 added layers of complexity to an already challenging […]

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COVID-19 VACCINE: We are providing limited community vaccination in partnership with Pasadena Public Health. Please do not call, we cannot schedule vaccine appointments. Find resources for vaccination here.   >> VACCINE INFO
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