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Upcoming Events

Virtual Lectures & Activities
  • Bariatric Surgery Information 
    TU, Oct 17, 8 to 9:30 a.m.
    Jorge A. Almodovar, MD, Board Certified in General Surgery
    To register online, visit, or call 760-834-3796. 

     Cancer Survivorship – A Roadmap for Recovery After Treatment: Health Management After Treatment
    TU, Oct 17, 12:15 to 1:15 p.m.
    Angel Bjerke, MSN, RN, OCN
    To register online, visit, or call 760-834-3798. 

    I Have Been Diagnosed with Diabetes, Now What?
    W, Oct 25, 10 to 11 a.m.
    Marielena Cid, MSN, RN, CDCES
    To register online, visit, or call 760-423-4855 

    Cardiology - The Hypertension Diet
    TU, Oct 24, Noon. to 1 p.m.
    Ehete Mikael Bahiru, MD, Board Certified in Cardiovascular Disease 
    To register online, visit, or call 760-423-4855

    PrEP and PEP: What You Need to Know
    W, Oct 25, 4 to 5 p.m.
    Chad Braun, MD, Board Certified in Family Medicine
    To register online, visit, or call 760-423-4855 

    Cardiology - Venous Ablation: A Treatment Option for Venous Insufficiency
    Th, Oct 26, Noon to 1 p.m.
    Chanaka D. Wickramasinghe, MD, Board Certified in Cardiovascular Disease
    To register online, visit, or call 760-423-4855

  • October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center is offering a lecture series: 

    Multidisciplinary Breast Cancer Care: An Integrative Approach
    TU, Oct 17, 5:30 to 7 p.m.
    Manasa Vulchi, MD, Board Certified in Medical Oncology; Edgar Staren, MD, PhD, Board Certified in Surgery; Vasudha Lingareddy, MD, Board Certified in Radiation Oncology; and Marie (Toni) Pimentel, PT, DPT, NCS 
    For more information, please call 760-834-3798 or email us at [idx="4173"] 

  • A Woman's Guide to Healthy Aging

    Many women have demanding lives caring for family, professional commitments, volunteering, crisis management and just “keeping the railroad running” in general. Guess what’s often sacrificed along the way? – that woman’s health. Many of us find there aren’t enough hours in the day to do all of the things that need to be done for others, let alone ourselves.
  • Life-Altering Spinal Surgery

    "Dr. Limonadi gave me my life back."

    Robert Moon, 73, has been physically active all his life. He attended the U.S. Naval Academy and during his 22 years on active duty, he exercised regularly and played sports. “They pushed fitness in the Navy,” he says.

    When he retired from the military in 1994, he moved on to a career in information technology, maintaining his active lifestyle. Then, after retiring from his corporate career about ten years ago, he got involved in Palm Springs politics and was elected mayor of the city in 2015.

    Toward the latter part of his four-year term, he started having back problems. He’d been rear-ended in a car accident in San Francisco about 15 years prior to this and the damage to his lower spine was coming home to roost.

  • The Autry Museum of the American West

    His name is well known in the Coachella Valley, although many younger people today may not be familiar with the man behind the moniker. Gene Autry was one of the most popular figures in entertainment for several decades during Hollywood’s Golden Age. As “America’s Favorite Singing Cowboy” with his faithful horse Champion, he galloped through 93 movies, rounding up rustlers, chasing banditos and rescuing womenfolk from impending calamity, all while crooning a heartfelt tune for each situation. Audiences loved his affable, earnest nature and eagerly awaited new episodes of Gene Autry’s Melody Ranch radio program and later, his eponymous weekly television show. Autry also recorded more than 600 songs, many of which he wrote, and his recordings of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman and Santa Claus is Coming to Town have become enduring holiday classics. In addition to many hundreds of honors and awards, his professional achievements earned him no less than five stars on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame — one each for Radio, Recording, Motion Pictures, Television, and Live Theatre/Performance — an honor no other artist can claim.