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  • Community Outreach

    Community Outreach

    Gardens Regional Hospital and Medical Center formerly doing business as Tri-City Regional Medical Center is a non-profit hospital that is dedicated to serving its communities. As such, it conducts and participates in many health events and other community activities throughout the year, from free flu shots and health screenings (including diabetes and blood pressure) to educational, social, wellness and other programs for children and seniors. The hospital is proud of its long-term association with many community-based organizations as a health care partner, from senior citizen centers, local schools, boys and girls clubs, sports activities, chambers, and more.

    If you are interested in our community health programs, please call (877) 877-1104 for more information.

    Some of our recent activities are summarized below.

    HAWAIIAN GARDENS HEALTH FAIR DRAWS MORE THAN 400 LOCAL RESIDENTS

    HAWAIIAN GARDENS – More than 400 local residents received free stroke, blood pressure, blood glucose, eye and foot screenings at the Gardens Regional Hospital and Medical Center formerly doing business as Tri-City Regional Medical Center health fair. More than 200 local adults also received free flu shots to protect them from the influenza this winter.

    With more than 20 free health screenings and informational booths, the health fair also featured fun and games for children as well as prizes.

    The health fair was organized by Gardens Regional Hospital and Medical Center formerly doing business as Tri-City Regional Medical Center and the City of Hawaiian Gardens with support from the Hawaiian Gardens Casino and the Irving Moskowitz Foundation.

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    “With so many local residents attending, the health fair demonstrated a great need for our local community,” said Jim Sherman, president and CEO, Gardens Regional Hospital and Medical Center formerly doing business as Tri-City Regional Medical Center. “We will begin planning additional health fairs now as our local residents told us that these types of services are very important to them to ensure better health.”

    For more information about the health fair, please visit http://www.theoffsitesolution.com