Adventist Health in the Central Valley received eight Energy to
Care Awards from the American Society for Health Care Engineering
(AHSE) for reducing energy use and freeing up resources to
support patient care. Adventist Health medical offices in
Coalinga, Fowler, Hanford, Home Garden, Huron, Madera and Selma,
as well as Adventist Health’s Kerr Outpatient Center in Hanford,
received recognition. (The Sentinel)
Children with autism will now have a better experience when it
comes to taking in the beauty, fun, and education of Fresno
Together with Valley Children’s hospital, the zoo is launching
‘George’s Pass’, a program that will make the zoo more accessible
and an inclusive place for families who have a child with
autism. (ABC30 Action News)
A bottle of shampoo. A tube of toothpaste. These are simple
things that many folks take for granted.
But they are much appreciated by human trafficking victims on the
road to recovery and a fresh start in life.
As part of the hospital’s “No More” campaign, employees of Kaiser
Permanente Fresno donated and collected enough personal hygiene
products to fill more than 1,000 toiletry bags for Breakings
the Chains, a local nonprofit that helps human trafficking
victims. (GV Wire)
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