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Rancho Springs Medical Center
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This week, Rancho Springs held their monthly WE (Women Enlightened for Better Health) Luncheon. In honor of October being #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth, the topic was breast cancer and attendees had the opportunity to discuss women's imaging, preventative health measures and more. Interested in joining this free program? Learn more and enroll at bit.ly/SWHCS-WE.
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Yesterday, Rancho Springs participated in the Great California ShakeOut Earthquake Drill! Participating in drills such as this one is a great way to make sure you and your loved ones are prepared for an earthquake.
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Last night, SWHCS attended the Ultimate Business Expo and mixer at Peltzer Winery, where we had the opportunity to meet over 50 businesses who service our community.
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October is #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth, a great time learn more about breast health and dispel the myths about #breastcancer. This month at Rancho Springs, schedule your annual mammogram for just $50 with a physician order. Learn more at bit.ly/RS-WomensImaging.
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Over the weekend, SWHCS donated $20,000 to Rancho Damacitas Children & Family Services​, a residential treatment center for children and teens living in foster care, at their Champion’s Luncheon event. We are proud to support such a wonderful organization in our community.

Pictured from left to right are Alistair Machoka, Joan Sparkman, Ginny Ince, Peggy Kiolbassa, Tammy Wiggins and Cal Winslow (CEO of Rancho Damacitas).
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This past weekend, SWHCS staff and volunteers provided the community with information about service lines at The Colony Health Fair!
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In honor of #ENWeek, we'd like to take the time to recognize and thank our Emergency Nurses for their hard work and dedication to our patients, visitors, staff and community. We appreciate all that you do every day!
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About 3,500 infants die each year in the U.S. from sleep-related infant deaths, including sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Learn how you can reduce the risk of SIDS below. #SIDSAwarenessMonth
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This past weekend, SWHCS attended and took part in the 19th Annual Susan G. Komen Inland Empire #RaceForTheCure at Town Square Park! #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth
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Over the weekend, members of Valley Young Professionals helped paint and decorate rooms for children at Oak Grove Center For Education Treatment & The Arts! SWHCS was happy to donate funding for this project.
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