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USC Verdugo Hills Hospital Foundation 29th Annual Golf Classic

USC Verdugo Hills Hospital Foundation On Monday, Sept. 21, 2020, our 29th Annual Golf Classic went virtual and raised more than $250,000 for USC Verdugo Hills Hospital’s Greatest Needs Fund. The golf classic traditionally supports the hospital’s highest priority needs, which normally include clinical training, surgical and diagnostic equipment, modernized facilities, programs that enhance patient ...
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2021-01-22T09:28:30-08:00News and Stories|

Safe Haven

Even the healthiest and most careful expectant moms can experience unforeseen problems during pregnancy or childbirth. Understanding that pregnancy can be filled with unexpected challenges, USC Verdugo Hills Hospital recently opened a new state-of-the-art neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). “There are many things that can happen that you don’t expect,” says Melissa Stehlin, BSN, RN, ...
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A Step in the Right Direction

Older patients with a mental health diagnosis may feel helpless if traditional weekly therapy no longer meets their needs. For these patients and their families, a holistic therapy program at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital offers a solution. Stepping Stones is a geropsychiatric program at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital that is designed to help relieve emotional ...
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2019-01-14T13:44:30-08:00News and Stories|

USC Verdugo Hills Hospital Receives National Recognition For Emergency Nursing Certification

USC-Verdugo Hills Hospital, part of Keck Medicine of USC, is being recognized for its exceptional support of emergency nursing certification. It is the first hospital in California to receive BCEN Honorary Certification Recognition, an award that is bestowed on one small and one large health care facility each year by the Board of Certification in ...
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10 Proven Strategies for Easing Anxiety

Take control of racing thoughts and your spinning mind with these natural strategies for reducing anxiety. Occasional anxiety and nagging feelings of worry are a normal part of everyday life. In fact, about 18 percent of adults in the U.S. will experience anxiety, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Though you can’t always ...
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2018-05-10T14:42:04-07:00News and Stories|