• HealthNotes May 2016

  • Features
  • Eisenhower Offers Free Screenings for the Community

    Eisenhower is committed to helping our community stay healthy and informed. Throughout this month, several free screenings are being offered in Rancho Mirage:Thursday, May 19 - Blood Pressure ScreeningsThursday, May 19 - Hearing ScreeningsSaturday,... read more...
  • The Importance of Exercise - Before, During and After Cancer Treatment

    More than ever, studies show a crucial link between exercise and patient outcomes, before, during and after cancer treatment. The importance of exercise isn’t new, but ongoing research about the effects of exercise on cancer patients highlights more... read more...
  • A Remarkable Outcome

    James, “JIM,” Henrietta, 70, was the poster child for being at risk for an abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA), an enlarged area in the lower part of the aorta, the major blood vessel that supplies blood to the body.The major risk factors for this... read more...
  • Joshua Tree National Park

    No matter what time of the year, the national park that edges Coachella Valley’s northeastern flank offers innumerable beautiful places to explore as well as peaceful solitude. Whether you go to Joshua Tree National Park to picnic, camp, climb... read more...
  • Highlights
  • Eisenhower Cancer Nurse Earns National Recognition

    Late last month, Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center’s Lynne Malestic, RN, was chosen as the 2016 CURE® Extraordinary Healer® for Oncology Nursing, which honors nurses who have dedicated their careers to helping patients with cancer, their... read more...
  • Upcoming Events
  • Calendar

    Hormones, Health and Heart Disease ACTU, May 17, 4 to 5 p.m.Lisa Lindley, MD, Medical Director, Eisenhower Women’s Health760-423-4855; registration required. Understanding Diagnostic Technologies & Biomarkers in the Treatment of Lung Cancer... read more...