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If You're at High Risk and Have Flu Symptoms, LifeLong Medical Care's Immediate/Urgent Care Centers Can Help

Berkeley, CA, January 16, 2017 (Newswire.com) - ​​If you or a loved one is at high risk of flu complications – and you develop flu symptoms – get a medical check-up for possible treatment with influenza antiviral drugs as quickly as possible, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
People at high risk include those over age 65, young children, pregnant women, and people of any age with certain chronic medical conditions like asthma, diabetes, or heart disease.

Doctors at LifeLong Medical Care’s Immediate/Urgent Care Centers are here to help. No appointment is necessary and everyone is welcome. These urgent care centers are open to serve you and accommodate your non-emergency medical needs. Both Centers are open on the Martin Luther King holiday, too.

“The flu virus infects the nose, throat, and lungs. It causes mild to severe illness and can sometimes lead to death,” says Eric Henley, MD, Chief Medical Officer for LifeLong Medical Care. “The best way to prevent the flu is by getting a flu vaccine each year. But if you don’t – or you get the flu anyway – be sure to get proper treatment if you are at high risk.”

LifeLong Medical Care’s Immediate/Urgent Care Centers also can give you flu vaccines.

People who are not at high risk for serious flu complications may also be treated with influenza antiviral drugs, especially if treatment can begin within 48 hours, according to the CDC.

What are the symptoms of the flu?

People who have the flu often have:
• Fever or feeling feverish/chills
• Cough
• Sore throat
• Runny or stuffy nose
• Muscle or body aches
• Headaches
• Fatigue (very tired)

Payment Options

LifeLong Medical Care welcomes all – and regardless of whether you have insurance. LifeLong accepts: Medi-Cal, Medicare, and most managed care plans including Covered California. We also offer a sliding-scale discount based upon your family size and income.

To visit or for more information:

LifeLong Immediate/Urgent Care – San Pablo is open 7 days a week, Monday – Friday: 10 am – 8 pm, Saturday & Sunday: 9 am – 5 pm. Holiday hours: 9 am to 5 pm. 2023 Vale Road (across the street from former Doctor’s Medical Center), San Pablo. (510) 231-9800.

LifeLong Immediate/Urgent Care – Berkeley is open 6 days a week, Monday – Saturday: 10 am – 6 pm. Holiday hours: 9 am to 5 pm. 2001 Dwight Way (located on the first floor of Herrick Campus, Alta Bates Summit Medical Center), Berkeley. (510) 204-7979.

About LifeLong Medical Care:

LifeLong Medical Care is an innovative, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center serving Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin Counties with 14 health centers, two Dental Centers, an Adult Day Health Center, four school-based health centers, a Supportive Housing Program, and Urgent Care services. For more information, visit www.lifelongmedical.org.
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About LifeLong Medical Care: LifeLong Medical Care is an innovative, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center serving Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin Counties with 14 health centers, two Dental Centers, an Adult Day Health Center, three school-based health centers, a Supportive Housing Program, and Urgent Care services. For more information visit: www.lifelongmedical.org.

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LifeLong’s Annual Gala Raises $185,000 and Kicks Off New William Jenkins Health Center Capital Campaign

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More than 225 people attended our Annual Gala Feb. 25 at Hs Lordships, raising $185,000 in total — a new record!

The dinner-dance and fundraiser also kicked off the LifeLong William Jenkins Health Center Capital Campaign. The “Fund-A-Need” event at the gala raised $26,000 to start this venture.

Dr. Bertram Lubin, MD, Associate Dean of Children’s Health at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, was keynote speaker. Dr. Lubin is a visionary in Academic Pediatrics whose 50-year career has improved the lives of countless children and adults locally and globally.

A special video honoring Dr. William Jenkins, the Health Center’s namesake, was shown to launch the campaign. The video features pictures of many of the children helped by the center, as well as interviews with health center staff and Dr. Jenkin’s son, John, who is a LifeLong Board Member. You also can see proposed architect’s drawings of the LifeLong William Jenkins Health Center, too. Click here to see the video.

Our sincere appreciation to everyone who supported this event — those who attended in-person as well as those who were not able to attend. Many thanks, also, to our generous sponsors, especially our Presenting Sponsor, Sutter Health Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, and our Benefactor, Kaiser Permanente.

 


 


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LifeLong Immediate/Urgent Care in Berkeley Celebrates 1st Anniversary with Health Fair Event, Free Flu Vaccines,Sat., Oct. 22

Berkeley, CA–LifeLong Immediate/Urgent Care – Berkeley will celebrate its first anniversary with free flu shots and health fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sat., Oct. 22.

Free blood pressure, glucose screenings, and tours will also be offered at the facility, located at 2001 Dwight Way, Suite 1388, on the First Floor of Herrick Campus, Alta Bates Summit Medical Center.

More than 25 years ago this strong relationship between LifeLong Medical Care and Alta Bates Summit Medical Center began as a collaboration to offer primary care services for low-income residents. Now it’s continued with the operation of LifeLong Immediate/Urgent Care in Berkeley.

“We are delighted to celebrate the first anniversary of LifeLong Immediate/Urgent Care – Berkeley. The facility provides a valuable resource for people who need immediate medical care, but who don’t have conditions requiring the Emergency Room,” said Marty Lynch, LifeLong Medical Care’s Executive Director/CEO. “We are committed to providing prompt, high-quality health care to the community at this excellent facility,” said Lynch.

LifeLong Immediate/Urgent Care – Berkeley is offering free flu vaccines at its Oct. 22 event as a community service. “The flu can result in hospitalization and sometimes even death, so it’s important for people six-months of age and older to get a flu vaccine every year,” said Eric Henley, MD, LifeLong Medical Care’s Chief Medical Officer.

People at high-risk for flu include children younger than 5 – and especially younger than 2 – and adults older than 65, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
People attending the health fair can also receive important blood pressure screenings, as well as screenings for glucose (blood sugar) to detect diabetes. “We invite the community to visit LifeLong Immediate/Urgent Care – Berkeley and help safeguard their health,” said Dr. Henley.

The LifeLong Immediate/Urgent Care – Berkeley event takes place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., Oct. 22 at 2001 Dwight Way, Suite 1388, on the First Floor of Herrick Campus, Alta Bates Summit Medical Center.

LifeLong Immediate/Urgent Care Hours are Monday through Saturday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Holiday hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

About LifeLong Medical Care: LifeLong Medical Care is an innovative, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center serving Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin Counties with 14 health centers, two Dental Centers, an Adult Day Health Center, three school-based health centers, a Supportive Housing Program, and Urgent Care services. For more information visit: www.lifelongmedical.org.

LifeLong’s New Health Center Will Continue Dr. Jenkins’ Commitment to Richmond Community; LifeLong William Jenkins Health Center to Celebrate Grand Opening Oct. 15

RICHMOND, CA -- As one of the first African American pediatricians in Richmond, Dr. William Jenkins was extremely dedicated to the community, a devotion highlighted by a 50-year career during which he treated more than a million patients. Now, LifeLong Medical Care will continue Dr. Jenkins’ commitment to the Richmond community through the LifeLong William Jenkins Health Center.

A grand opening celebration will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday,
October 15 at the Health Center, 150 Harbour Way.

“We are honored by LifeLong’s decision to name this important new facility after my father,” said John Jenkins, Dr. Jenkins’ son and a member of LifeLong Medical Care’s Board of Directors. “We all believe – LifeLong included -- that my father’s dedication to the Richmond community embodies the commitment that LifeLong has as well. Our family is excited that this health center will provide permanent, high quality health care to ensure the underserved patients of Richmond will receive the care they deserve.”

Before his passing in 2012, Dr. Jenkins merged his practice into LifeLong Medical Care. LifeLong Medical Care recently moved the practice to 150 Harbour Way in an effort to anchor the new Health Center and serve as the foundation to expand services.

The Health Center, which serves pediatric patients, is a staple in the Richmond community. “I’ve known a lot of our patients for three generations,” says Guillermina Flores, who worked with Dr. Jenkins for 39 years and is now the supervisor of the LifeLong William Jenkins Health Center. “I see a lot of grandparents coming in – they came in when they were young themselves.”

“We at LifeLong Medical Care are delighted to give permanence to the decades of dedication and quality medical care with which Dr. Jenkins served the Richmond community, said Marty Lynch, LifeLong Medical Care’s Executive Director and CEO. “I hope we can serve a million more patients at LifeLong William Jenkins Health Center.”

The Jenkins family will join LifeLong Medical Care in the official ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new health center at 11:30 A.M. Radio personality Mia Amour will make an appearance at the celebration. Free raffles, gifts, a kid’s zone and refreshments also are available.

About LifeLong Medical Care: LifeLong Medical Care is an innovative, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center serving Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin Counties with 14 health centers, two Dental Centers, an Adult Day Health Center, three school-based health centers, a Supportive Housing Program, and Urgent Care services. For more information visit: www.lifelongmedical.org.

Actor & Advocate Danny Glover to Join Discussion: Navigating Health Care Resources in West Contra Costa County

Over 250,000 residents lost their community hospital and emergency services last year. What is their solution now?

Richmond, CA – Actor and community advocate Danny Glover will join prominent Bay Area physicians Desmond Carson, MD, and Ramona Tascoe, MD, in a public discussion about how West Contra Costa residents can access needed health care resources now that community hospital and emergency services have been curtailed with the closure of Doctors Medical Center.

The event is sponsored by LifeLong Medical Care.

West Contra Costa County community and religious leaders, residents – some uninsured – and health care advocates can learn more about their health care options at the Navigating Health Care event, sponsored by LifeLong Medical Care, a Federally Qualified Health Center serving 52,000 community members each year.

The event will take place on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 5:00 pm at The East Bay Center for Performing Arts, 339 – 11th Street, near downtown Richmond.

This event is set to engage participants in a dialogue on matters of health and community investment, as well as inform attendees on their available health care services and enrollment options.  

The event will feature a moderated panel discussion with actor/producer/community advocate and activist, Danny Glover; LifeLong Medical Care Physician Dr. Carson, who is based in Richmond; and global health advocate Dr. Tascoe.

Affordable and accessible health care are part of the national discourse; locally, it has been daunting for some 250,000 residents in West Contra County, as evidenced by the closure of Doctors Medical Center (DMC) last April.
DMC’s closure has placed a tremendous burden on already overused emergency rooms. Dr. Carson, formerly with DMC, is a practicing physician specializing in emergency room treatment and is committed to alleviating health care disparities in West Contra Costa County. Dr. Carson is providing urgent care services at LifeLong’s San Pablo Immediate Care Center – located across the street from DMC – at 2023 Vale Road, San Pablo, CA.

About LifeLong Medical Care: LifeLong Medical Care is an innovative, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center serving Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin Counties with 14 health centers, two Dental Centers, an Adult Day Health Center, three school-based health centers, a Supportive Housing Program, and Urgent Care services. For more information visit: www.lifelongmedical.org.

Western Clinicians Network Give Clinical Excellence Award to LifeLong Medical Care’s Susan Ferguson, MD

BERKELEY, CA - Susan Ferguson, MS, MD, LifeLong Medical Care’s Associate Medical Director, is the recipient of Western Clinicians Network’s (WCN) Clinical Excellence Award. 

Each year WCN recognizes an outstanding clinician who throughout his or her career has demonstrated clinical excellence in their endeavors.  

WCN, peers, and the community are recognizing Dr. Ferguson for demonstrating professionalism, commitment, and passion for the quality of care for the underserved.

For the past 12 years she has worked at LifeLong Medical Care's array of clinics and field sites in Oakland. Double-boarded in internal medicine and addiction medicine, Dr. Ferguson is the medical director of LifeLong's Downtown Oakland Clinic and Supportive Housing Program.
She provides care to an extremely high-risk population, many of whom are homeless or at-risk for homelessness, with multiple medical and co-existing behavioral health conditions.
For the past three years she has also been the medical director of Downtown Oakland Clinic, where she provides medical leadership to a team of physicians, nurse practitioners, and behavioral health providers.
Along with her work at the clinic, Dr. Ferguson provides primary care services at a handful of Supportive Housing sites, which are usually hotels that have been remodeled to accommodate people who have been homeless.
Dr. Ferguson received her medical degree from the Joint Medical Program at University of California at Berkeley and University of California at San Francisco. Prior to attending medical school, she worked as a science writer and disability rights lobbyist in the State Legislature in Sacramento. She also worked with public health research coordination at the State Department of Health Services.

About LifeLong Medical Care: LifeLong Medical Care is an innovative, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center serving Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin Counties with 14 health centers, two Dental Centers, an Adult Day Health Center, three school-based health centers, a Supportive Housing Program, and Urgent Care services. For more information visit: www.lifelongmedical.org.

Berkeley Gives “May is Mental Health Month” Achievement Award Honorable Mention to LifeLong Medical Care’s Brenda Goldstein

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BERKELEY, CA - Brenda Goldstein, LifeLong Medical Care’s Director of Psychosocial Services, received honorable mention for the May is Mental Health Month 2016 Achievement Award from the City of Berkeley.
Goldstein has worked tirelessly for 30 years to create programs that make it possible for the most vulnerable and marginalized communities to improve their health and well being, while being treated with respect and dignity.

“Brenda has been a leader at LifeLong and among community health centers in improving integrated mental health and primary care for both the homeless population and the severely mentally ill,” says LifeLong Medical Care’s Executive Director, Marty Lynch. 
She has worked locally and statewide to spearhead the integration of primary care and mental health services. Her work has created better access to whole-person care for people in low-income communities.

This integrated approach to care means that the 52,000 low-income individuals served by LifeLong Medical Care have easy access to mental health services. The mental health professionals work side by side with primary care providers to help each patient achieve wellness.

Goldstein has developed LifeLong Medical Care’s Supportive Housing Program into a nationally recognized model of care serving dually diagnosed homeless adults. In addition, through her work, LifeLong is a key partner in many homeless-services collaboratives in Berkeley and beyond.

The Interim Care Program has produced impressive outcomes by connecting recently discharged hospital patients -- many of whom are living with a mental illness and active use of drugs/alcohol -- to their primary care doctor, and helping them enroll in eligible programs and support services. The program also provides safe housing and meals so patients are able to recuperate with dignity.

“Brenda is recognized as an innovator, builds community partnership to leverage improved care, and advises health centers and community partners on policies and practices necessary to support high-quality care for adults with complex problems,” says Lynch. “She is uniformly respected for her integrity, creativity, and commitment to our patients.”

About LifeLong Medical Care: LifeLong Medical Care is an innovative, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center serving Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin Counties with 14 health centers, two Dental Centers, an Adult Day Health Center, three school-based health centers, a Supportive Housing Program, and Urgent Care services. For more information visit: www.lifelongmedical.org.

LifeLong Medical Care’s Hana Shirriel Awarded San Francisco Bay Area Albert Schweitzer Fellowship

WEST OAKLAND, CA – When you see the humanitarian work that Hana Shirriel has accomplished, you’re not surprised at all that the 29-year-old LifeLong Medical Care employee has recently been awarded a SF Bay Area Albert Schweitzer Fellowship.

When she heard that students at West Oakland Middle School were complaining about headaches and stomachaches because they were hungry and hadn’t eaten breakfast, she took action. Now 98% of the children at West Oakland Middle School have a hot breakfast.

Because of her respect and sensitivity to people, 60 families each week now come to the food pantry at the West Oakland Middle School (WOMS). They can select nutritious foods – products that they like -- geared to improving diseases like hypertension and diabetes.

Founded in 2006, the San Francisco Bay Area Fellows Program is one of fourteen Schweitzer program sites across the U. S. dedicated to preparing the next generation of professionals who will serve and empower vulnerable people to live healthier lives and create healthier communities..

Shirriel works full-time for LifeLong Medical Care as Adolescent Services Supervisor, running the food pantry at WOMS. She is a master’s in public health (MPH) student at San Francisco State University, taking classes at night. She is the only MPH student of the Bay Area Fellows, most of whom are medical students.

“The Fellows are amazing people who are doing great things. But my public health view of things is so different than how a medical student thinks,” said Shirriel. “I hope I can bring something to these other people so they can better understand how interventions and systemic issues can help the community.”

SF Bay Area Schweitzer Fellowship is a highly competitive program that selects graduate students from across the Bay Area to spend a year creating, implementing, evaluating, and sustaining a community service project related to health.    

Shirriel’s project will build off the work she does running the food pantry. “I will be creating a healthy community cook book using recipes from West Oakland families,” the majority of whom are African American and Yemeni, she says. “The plan is to sit down with families, discuss their recipes, assist them in incorporating healthier changes (if necessary), collaborate on cooking classes, and provide health education around nutrition and health conditions.”

“I’m really excited about it. I think it will be great,” says Shirriel, who says she first did a survey asking families if they were interested in sharing recipes and doing a cookbook.

The Richmond native says she is able to build trust and respect with the people who come to the food pantry because she understands their situation. She herself utilized public support and services from a young age. It was not until she went to college that she found the words for what she had experienced: “Oh, this is what social disparity is. This is what inequity is. It really clicked for me in college,” she says.

Shirriel bristles at the ploy that some school administrations have used, trying to leverage free school meals as incentive for students to behave well or to attend school on time. “It doesn’t work well for us,” she said.

At the food pantry, Shirriel greets clients and asks their opinion. “I’m very social with my families. You have to treat people with respect -- it’s not a shaming process. I thank them for coming and learn everybody’s name. I always say hello when I see them out in the community.”

Patrons have input on what kinds of food are stocked in the pantry. She did a survey with families, asking what kind of foods were helpful or what they needed in order to cook their family’s favorite recipes.

As she did with getting the free breakfast program at West Oakland Middle School, Shirriel is not afraid to advocate for a cause. She attended St. Mary’s High School in Berkeley as part of the Making Waves Education Program. “It fostered the fighter in me.”

The Schweitzer Fellowship culminates in Fellows becoming equipped to carry out important health ventures in the community once they complete their academic programs. They receive a great deal of mentoring during the year and workshops in leadership development, cultural awareness, engaging with the community, and other topics relevant to the work they are undertaking.  

After she graduates, Shirriel thinks she would like to continue to work in the Bay Area. Her MPH has a community focus with social justice. “I like being in the thick of it.”

About LifeLong Medical Care: LifeLong Medical Care is an innovative, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center serving Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin Counties with 14 health centers, two Dental Centers, an Adult Day Health Center, three school-based health centers, a Supportive Housing Program, and Urgent Care services. For more information visit: www.lifelongmedical.org.

LifeLong Medical Care Grapples with Shortage of Primary Care Providers by Providing a Range of Training and Residency Programs at its Health Centers

BERKELEY, CA – As surging health insurance enrollments under the Affordable Care Act increase the need for primary care providers, LifeLong Medical Care is grappling with the demand and helping to address the shortage by providing training and residency programs for a range of health care professionals.

Most of LifeLong Medical Care’s 17 community health centers have programs where students in various health professions gain clinical experience. LifeLong offers programs not only for medical residents, but also provides clinical training for nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and registered nurses.
At current utilization, California will need an estimated 8,243 additional primary care physicians by 2030, or 32% of its current workforce, according to a report by health workforce researchers Jeff Oxendine, Associate Dean for Public Health at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, and Kevin Barnett, a Senior Investigator at the Public Health Institute. The report, “Horizon 2030: Meeting California’s Primary Care Workforce Needs,” also states that California’s ratio of primary care physicians participating in Medi-Cal is about half of the federal recommendation.
“LifeLong has a formal relationship with the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) and University of California at Berkeley (UCB) Joint Medical Program, and we host the M1-M3 (first through third years of medical school) students at several sites,” says Eric Henley, MD, LifeLong Medical Care’s Chief Medical Officer.

Several LifeLong health centersalso host medical residents, including Kaiser Permanente Internal Medicine Residents and Highland Hospital Residents. In addition, LifeLong Medical Care hosts Touro College of Pharmacy Residents.

“We are working with the City of Berkeley to provide clinical experience for two preventive medicine residents they hope to be hosting in the coming year,” said Dr. Henley. LifeLong would provide training for the residents if they agree to accept positions with the city. The program is not yet finalized. The residents would be funded by the State Health Department.

LifeLong also provides training for two physicians as part of the domestic portion of the UCSF/UC Berkeley HEAL (Health, Equity, Action & Leadership) Fellowship. Each fellow rotates between an underserved domestic and international site. The training takes place at LifeLong’s facility in Berkeley. HEAL recruits from a diverse pool of highly qualified health professionals with a deep commitment to addressing health equity and social justice.

LifeLong also provides residency programs for nurse practitioners.

In addition, LifeLong is advocating for Assemblyman Rob Bonta’s bill (AB 2216) to support new or expanded primary care residency programs in federally qualified health centers, says Marty Lynch, LifeLong Medical Care’s Executive Director.

“We need funds to support this work,” says Lynch. “Most funds now go to academic medical centers or hospital-based residencies. As a result, it’s nosurprise we get too many specialists and not enough primary care physicians. It’s critical that we look at novel ways to train primary care providers so that we can meet the long-term needs of our community.”

About LifeLong Medical Care: LifeLong Medical Care is an innovative, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center serving Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin Counties with 14 health centers, two Dental Centers, an Adult Day Health Center, three school-based health centers, a Supportive Housing Program, and Urgent Care services. For more information visit: www.lifelongmedical.org.

Chabot College Gives LifeLong Medical Care Employee Faculty Excellence Award; Walter Wilson Named Outstanding Health Care Leadership Student

BERKELEY, CA – Chabot College has selected Walter Wilson, LifeLong Medical Care’s Pharmacy Program Compliance Coordinator, to receive the college’s faculty award for excellence as an outstanding business student in their health care leadership course.

The award is based on Wilson’s “excellent academic performance and positive professional contributions inside and outside of class,” according to Rob Leadbeater, Health Care Instructor at Chabot.

“I have a desire, I have a goal I want to meet. I want to contribute and make things better not only for the community and our patients but also for LifeLong Medical Care,” said 59-year-old Wilson.

Wilson is taking human resource management and financial management in health care organizations, as well as health care management. Although he had management experience before he started working at LifeLong Medical Care nine years ago, he said he really wanted to learn more specifically about management in a health care environment.

He takes all of his classes online, which requires “a lot of perseverance and good time management.” Wilson also works full time and is a single parent.

Wilson was chosen from a large group of exemplary candidates, according to Chabot. He was honored at a special awards ceremony May 10.

About LifeLong Medical Care: LifeLong Medical Care is an innovative, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center serving Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin Counties with 14 health centers, two Dental Centers, an Adult Day Health Center, three school-based health centers, a Supportive Housing Program, and Urgent Care services. For more information visit: www.lifelongmedical.org.

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