A newly established system that aims to hasten diagnosis and
treatment for stroke sufferers in San Joaquin County took effect
this month, an event worthy of a “wonderful celebration,”
according to Mary Nicholson, an advocate for stroke survivors.
Adventist Health Lodi Memorial isn’t sleeping on the job, but
it’s making sure the newborns in its care can … safely.
The healthcare organization was recently recognized by the
National Safe Sleep Hospital Certification Program as a “Gold
Certified Safe Sleep Champion.” The certification is earned by
healthcare providers that prove a “commitment to best practices
and education on infant safe sleep,” according to a press release
issued by AHLM. (Central Valley Business Journal)
Lodi Health will soon be Adventist Health Lodi Memorial Hospital,
CEO Daniel Wilcott announced on Monday during the hospital’s 65th
anniversary celebration commemorating the hospital’s past and
celebrating its future.
According to Janelle Meyers, director of marketing and public
relations, Lodi Memorial joined the Adventist Health System 18
months ago so that it could associate itself with a system of
care and better promote the hospital as a vibrant, energetic and
inspirational organization. (Lodi News-Sentinel)
The American Heart Association has recognized Lodi Health as a
Platinum-Level Fit-Friendly Worksite for the first time, the
hospital announced Tuesday.
Lodi Health initiated an employee wellness program in 2009,
before merging with Adventist’s Health’s program,
LivingWell, in 2015. The LivingWell program provides employees
with health risk assessments, free health and biometric
screenings and onsite face-to-face wellness coaching.
(Central Valley Business Journal)
Lodi Health’s affiliation with Adventist Health could soon be
The state Attorney General has set the official public hearing
regarding the proposed Lodi Memorial Hospital ownership change.
It is among the final steps before the hospital can affiliate
with Adventist Health, giving Lodi’s community-owned hospital the
financial stability it has sought and add to Adventist’s growing
presence in the Central Valley. (Lodi News-Sentinel)
Lodi Health, which oversees Lodi Memorial Hospital, is actively
seeking to partner with a major health care system to assure its
financial strength, according to a memo sent Wednesday to members
of the hospital association.
Leaders of Lodi Health have narrowed the list of potential
partners to three, but have not released the names of those
groups. (Lodi News Centinel)
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