• Cover Story
  • A Happy Camper

    “I’ve known too many people diagnosed with lung cancer when it’s too late,” says Palm Springs resident Sanford (Sandy) Norian. “I’m a very fortunate camper, thanks to the Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center study.” The study that Norian, 79,... read more...
  • Features
  • Eisenhower Medical Center - A National Leader in Lung Cancer Screening

    In July 2013, the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) issued a recommendation that individuals at high risk for lung cancer undergo annual screening using low-dose CT scans. This recommendation was based on findings from the... read more...
  • When Breast Cancer Returns

    “I’m 61, I have metastatic breast cancer, and I’m the happiest I’ve ever been in my life.”You don’t expect to hear those words from someone in Diana Mehrens’ situation. But they illustrate the equanimity and grace with which she is facing her... read more...
  • Exercise For Cancer Patients and Survivors

    Physical exercise has been shown to be an important part of the recipe for preventing cancer, along with making healthy choices such as quitting smoking, maintaining a healthy body weight, decreasing stress and eating a healthy, balanced diet. But... read more...
  • Eisehower Lucy Curci Cancer Center

    A healing place like no other.These words accurately reflect what Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center offers to people with cancer and their families. The nationally accredited Cancer Center combines today’s most advanced diagnostic tools,... read more...
  • All In The Family

    Family. It’s a theme that suffuses the personal and professional lives of physicians Anne Montgomery, MD, and Glen Stream, MD, who joined Eisenhower Primary Care 365 in 2013. Each is Board Certified in Family Medicine. Each has held leadership... read more...
  • The Keys to Success

    Donna Miller, 76, doesn’t really know how she injured her rotator cuff, a group of four tendons that attach the humerus (upper arm bone) to the shoulder blade and help to lift and rotate the arm. “I was in Walt Disney World® in September of 2012... read more...
  • To All Healthy Living Resource Center Members

    All members of Eisenhower’s Healthy Living Resource Center receive a number of benefits, including discounts at local businesses and restaurants, a subscription to Healthy Living magazine, and access to numerous lectures and other educational... read more...
  • The Sweet Tooth Dilemma

    Have you ever searched your kitchen for something sweet to eat, knowing that you recently tossed out the blatantly sugar-laden treats in your pantry? Feeling desperate, you look for that mostly consumed bag of chocolate chips you bought for baking —... read more...
  • Wheely Grateful

    Arthur Holmes, or Rick, as most people know him in Idyllwild, California, is an outdoor enthusiast. He loves hiking and has ridden mountain bikes and motorcycles for nearly four decades. However, an accident in 2008 threatened to end Holmes’... read more...
  • Eisenhower Founders Society

    On Tuesday, January 14, 2014 142 members of Eisenhower Medical Center’s Founders Society were honored in a ceremony at the Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower. The Founders Society launched the financial backing for Eisenhower’s... read more...
  • Jim Cook Day of Hope for Diabetes

    For nearly two decades, the Jim Cook Day of Hope for Diabetes® has educated thousands interested in learning more about a disease the World Health Organization has defined as an epidemic. On Saturday, March 22, 2014, the public is invited to attend... read more...
  • Eisenhower Makes Best List for Knee and Hip Replacements

    Eisenhower Medical Center was recently recognized as one of the top 97 hospitals in the United States for outcomes following joint replacement surgery, according to a survey by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Of the 97 hospitals... read more...
  • Swing Dancing

    Dancing is one of the most satisfying forms of expression — a marriage of movement and music, both scripted and improvised. Young children introduced to music and rhythm are often compelled to move, simply because they are responding to how the... read more...
  • 5 Things You Can Do Right Now As Part Of Your Wellness Routine

    1.Visit an Art GalleryGive your eyes and your mind something new to absorb. Visit local art galleries often, inquire about upcoming exhibitions and broaden your knowledge about art. 2. Go to the BeachPlan a weekend outing to your favorite sandy... read more...
  • Native Foods

    Looking for a place to veg out? Native Foods in Palm Springs has fresh, delicious, plant-based dishes to please every palate — even meat lovers. “One thing that surprises some people is that even though the menu is plant-based, 85 percent of our... read more...
  • Lung Cancer

    Lung cancer is the most common cancer worldwide, accounting for 1.2 million new cases annually and is the leading cause of cancer death in both men and women in the United States. Lung cancer has also increased in frequency over the last several... read more...
  • Highlights
  • Cancer and the Art of Personalized Care

    I have long been proud of the Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center for the many services it offers to our local community, including screening, diagnosis and treatment for a number of conditions. Recently, the Cancer Center has grown, with several... read more...