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Stroke, heart attack and sepsis are critical health conditions and
the focus of multidisciplinary teams at LVMC to improve care for
those patients.
Come hear LVMC Emergency Department Medical Director
Dr. Steven Reichel and Emergency Department/Critical Care Unit
Director Lorraine Jones, MSN, speak about the acute hospital’s
stroke, STEMI and sepsis programs.

GUEST SPEAKER: Dr. Steven Reichel, MD
is a family medicine specialist and is medical director of LVMC’s Emergency Department. He graduated from Keck School Of Medicine at USC in 1986.

GUEST SPEAKER: Lorraine Jones
Lorraine Jones has been the director of LVMC’s Emergency Department since 2014 and is now also director of LVMC’s Critical Care Unit. She spent almost 20 years as a registered nurse at LVMC. Jones earned a Master’s Degree in Nursing Leadership and Management from Western Governors University.

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Wednesday, April 18 at 7pm in Ocean's Seven Cafe
Radiation therapy has played an important role in the treatment of cancer for more than a century. Technology has improved throughout the years and the delivery of radiation has become more precise. Dr. Tait and other radiation oncologists are now able to deliver higher doses of radiation more safely. Dr. Tait will speak about how advancements in radiation therapy ultimately reduce treatment-related side effects and improve cancer survival.

GUEST SPEAKER: Dr. Lauren Tait, MD
Dr. Tait practices at Coastal Radiation Oncology Group’s Lompoc Radiation Oncology Center. She is board-certified in radiation oncology and is a member of the American College of Radiation Oncology.

Dr. Tait graduated from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles with a degree in biology. She received her medical degree in allopathic medicine from the Chicago Medical School, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science.

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Your entry fee includes a tee prize, a lunch, your round of golf, a cart at the Mission Club, a buffet dinner at Sage Restaurant and an array of prizes. Bring a guest for the buffet awards banquet for an additional $30 per person.

You may pick your own foursome or the committee can arrange for your foursome. Fill out the entry form and mail your checks as soon as possible to Lompoc Hospital Foundation. Single entries will be accommodated. For golfers without established handicaps, a handicap will be based on average score. Mulligan sales will be offered ($20)

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Added photos to BENEFITS OF EXERCISE FOR STRESS AT ANY AGE.
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Come hear from a longtime fitness instructor about the
many physical and mental health benefits of exercise, and
how you can reduce stress with physical activity. Learn
tips for having a healthy and active lifestyle at any age.
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IBS, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome, is the most common “functional” gastrointestinal
disorder. It affects between 25 and 45 million people in the U.S.
Come listen to Dr. Rahim Raoufi -- Lompoc’s local expert on the disorder
affecting the large intestine. Dr. Raoufi will speak about IBS, which can
cause abdominal cramping, bloating and changes in bowel habits, such as
constipation or diarrhea.
Learn how certain foods, stress, hormones and other illnesses may trigger
IBS attacks, and what you can do if you suffer from this disorder.
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SAVE THE DATE
Saturday Oct 14
Registration 8am Run Begins 9am

more info coming soon

www.lompocvmc.com/color

Join us for the 3rd annual Lompoc Hospital District Foundation Colorthon in Lompoc, CA.

A new course awaits runners this year at La Purisima Mission State Historic Park, with color stations sprinkled throughout a rural running trail. Runners and walkers, families and teams will enjoy this festive and active event in a historic and wide open location.

After the Colorthon, take time to explore California’s most completely restored Spanish mission, set on scenic 1,934 acres, with 10 renovated buildings, an interactive educational visitor’s center, a gift shop, livestock and gardens.

Lompoc is located on the Central Coast, not far from the ocean and nestled among the growing wine region of the Sta. Rita Hills. The Foundation Colorthon this year is just east of downtown, where there are also plenty of activities to fill out your weekend.

Proceeds from the Colorthon will help fund the Foundation’s capital campaign to renovate the Comprehensive Care Center, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility of the Lompoc Valley Medical Center.
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