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    • 23 NOV 17
    Still Need A Flu Shot?

    Still Need A Flu Shot?

    The Family Health Center will be offering Flu Vaccines to eligible recipients FREE of charge. Limited supplies are available. No appointment is necessary so don’t forget to come in and get your vaccine! Saturday, 12/2/17 ♦ 12 pm – 4 pm Family Health Center 41820 Garstin Drive, Big Bear Lake (909) 878-8246

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    • 01 NOV 17
    Employee Recognition

    Employee Recognition

    On October 20th, 2017 BVCHD honored employees who have faithfully served the District for 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 years! Thank you to those employees and to all our employees who make BVCHD a great place to work.

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    • 11 OCT 17
    National ER Nurses Week

    National ER Nurses Week

    October 9th – 13th is National Emergency Room Nurses Week. BVCHD is honored to have the nursing staff we currently have. They provide the highest level of care, often in very difficult situations. Thank you ER Nurses for ALL you do!

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    • 03 OCT 17
    How Can We Help Las Vegas?

    How Can We Help Las Vegas?

    If you are looking for a way to help the victims of the Las Vegas shooting, Lifestream will be at Big Bear High School from 8am to 12pm on Thursday 10/5/17 and at Stater Brothers from 11am to 4pm on Sunday 10/8/17 collecting blood for for people affected by this tragedy. Its a simple way

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    • 02 OCT 17
    More Upgrades at BVCHD!

    More Upgrades at BVCHD!

    On September 22nd we had the honor of hosting The Big Bear Chamber of Commerce Mixer, which ended up being perfect timing as we received confirmation that our new CT machine was approved for use! BVCHD has been working hard to upgrade machines around the facility. Most recently we were able to upgrade our mammography

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    • 13 SEP 17
    BETA Quest for Zero

    BETA Quest for Zero

    On September 6th Bear Valley Community Healthcare District’s Emergency Department was awarded the BETA Quest for Zero Tier 2 award. Each tier had different qualifications for obtaining the award: Tier1: Every nurse and physician that work in the ED had to take an intensive training course and test on assessment and diagnosis of high risk

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