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2016 LifeLong's Annual Charity Golf Tournament

The San Pablo Lytton Casino held the 13th Annual Charity Golf Tournament, benefiting LifeLong Brookside Health and Urgent Care Centers, on October 10 at the Richmond Country Club. 144 golfers participated and we raised more than $110,000! Thank you to everyone who made this event a real success.

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LifeLong Brookside Health and Urgent Care Center is grateful to the following organizations for their generous underwriting of the San Pablo Lytton Casino’s Annual Charity Golf Tournament.

Platinum Sponsors

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Gold Sponsors

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Silver Sponsors

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A Special Thank You to the following Individuals and/or Organizations for Their Kind Donations

Ainsworth Game Technology
Alliant Insurance Services
Ameripride
Anheuser-Busch
Avigilon
Bay Cities Produce
Blue Bunny
Boyd Coffee Company
City of San Pablo
Coca-Cola
Community Clinic Consortium
Contra Costa Electric
Core Group
Credo
Curiale Wilson
Cypress Security
East Bay Restaurant Supply, Inc.
Ecolab
Elite Associates
EMCOR Group/ Mesa Energy Systems, Inc.
Everi Games Inc.
Giesecke & Diverent (G&D)
HL Noodle Inc.
Horizon Beverage
Hormel Foods Corp.
International Game Technologies
Leavitt United Insurance Services
LifeLong Medical Care
Linda Collins
Maggiora Baking Company
Mauzy Insurance Services, Inc.
Meczka Marketing Research Consulting, Inc.
Michael De La Paz
Miller Hot Dogs
Mutual of America
Nestle
Odwalla
Pacific Janitorial
People Ready
PT Gaming, LLC
R&B Cellars
Red Bull
Regal Wine Co.
Richmond County Club
San Pablo Lytton Casino
Scientific Games
Southern Wine & Spirits
Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits
Stidham Law Offices
Surveillance Systems, Inc.
Sysco San Francisco, Inc.
TLB Insurance Services

2017 LifeLong's Annual Charity Golf Tournament

The San Pablo Lytton Casino held the 14th Annual Charity Golf Tournament, benefiting LifeLong Brookside and Urgent Care Centers, on October 16 at the Richmond Country Club. 144 golfers participated and we raised more than $110,000! Thank you to everyone who made this event a real success.

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LifeLong Brookside and Urgent Care Center is grateful to the following organizations for their generous underwriting of San Pablo Lytton Casino’s Annual Charity Golf Tournament.

Platinum Sponsors

lytton

Gold Sponsors 

scientific games

everi

Silver Sponsors 

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A Special Thank You to the following Individuals and/or Organizations for Their Kind Donations

Ainsworth Game Technology
Alliant Insurance Services
Ameripride
Bay Area Beverage Co.
Bay Cities Produce
Boyd’s Coffee Company
Cintas
City of San Pablo
Coca-Cola
Community Clinic Consortium
Contra Costa Electric
Curiale Wilson
Cypress Security
Del Monte Meat Co.
Ecolab
EMCOR Group/ Mesa Energy Systems, Inc.
Everi Games Inc.
Federal Heath
Gallagher Champman – Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
Hillhouse Construction
Horizon Beverage
International Game Technologies
LifeLong Medical Care
Maggiora Baking Company
Mauzy Insurance Services
Meczka Marketing Research Consulting, Inc.
Miller Hot Dogs
Mountain Fresh Spring Water
Mutual of America
Nonstop Wellness
Odwalla
Office Stuff
Pacific Janitorial
People Ready
Performance Live
PT Gaming, LLC
Red Bull
Regal Wine Co.
Republic Services
Richmond Express
San Pablo Lytton Casino
Scientific Games
Southern Wine & Spirits
Stidham Law Offices
Suhr Risk Services
Sysco San Francisco, Inc.
The Swenson Group
TLB Insurance Services
Tri-Quest Builders
U.S. Bank – Gaming Division

 

Berkeley council criticizes hospital closure plans, July 13, 2016

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BERKELEY -- The City Council on July 12 registered its strong concern over plans to close Alta Bates hospital, calling upon owner Sutter Health to keep it running and possibly seismically retrofit it. A Berkeley institution since 1905, Alta Bates has the only remaining emergency room between Richmond and Oakland since Doctors Medical Center in San Pablo closed last year.

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Pharmacist, Physician Collaborate at Clinic to Treat Opioid Dependence, ashp, June 1, 2016

BETHESDA, MD 13 May 2016—Based largely on a successful collaborative care model in Massachusetts, a California clinic in February started providing office-based treatment of opioid dependence to homeless people through a program in which a pharmacist handles assessment, induction, and stabilization.

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"What we're doing is integrating behavioral health and primary care into a clinic," said Seth Gomez, a clinical pharmacist for Oakland-based Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services.

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Lost hospital leaves region with big void Closing San Pablo site leads to longer ambulance trips, San Francisco Chronicle

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Hsia and other health experts said the impact on residents in west Contra Costa County need to continue to be tracked because the full impact of losing the hospital may not be felt for years.
Rebecca Rozen, regional vice president of the Hospital Council of Northern and Central California, said county data tracking the closure has yet to show any unusual occurrences or deaths related to the closure. “It takes a long time to see changes,” she said.

A deal is now pending to sell the hospital building, which sits adjacent to the Lytton San Pablo Casino, to Royal Guest Hotels for $13.5 million. Officials from the West Contra Costa Healthcare District, which owns the hospital, said they need the money to pay off retiree health benefits, workers compensation, pensions and other debt.

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LifeLong 40th Anniversary Tribute, April 7, 2016

We'd like to share this special video with you as LifeLong Medical Care celebrates 40 years of providing high-quality medical care to thousands of low-income people of all ages in Alameda, Contra Costa and Marin Counties. It shows LifeLong's dedication and commitment to providing care and compassion to our communities who are in need of medical, dental and social services, regardless of income

Renovated historic Oakland hotel a refuge for the homeless, East Bay Times, April 13, 2016

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OAKLAND -- For almost two years, Colette Walker has lived in the San Pablo Avenue Corridor, a gritty stretch of gas stations, warehouses, mom-and-pop shops and vacant lots between downtown Oakland and Emeryville.

But she's luckier than many other low-income Oakland residents who cannot afford housing in the country's fourth most expensive rental market. Walker, an epileptic who is on disability and had taken to sleeping on relatives' couches -- resides in one of 137 subsidized housing units in the historic California Hotel.

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Contra Costans to be inducted into Women's Hall of Fame, East Bay Times, March 15, 2016

The Contra Costa Commission for Women will pay tribute to a dozen advocates for their roles in promoting sisterhood.

Set for March 24, the 13th Women's Hall of Fame will honor in the category of Women Creating Community: Donna Kerger, San Ramon Planning Commission chair; Lill Pierce, Knightsen superintendent's secretary; Mary Rocha, Antioch city councilwoman; Qwivander Smith, Heavenly Hair stylist (Antioch); and Synitha Walker, Parents Connected executive director (Antioch).For Women Improving Health, it's Lucinda Bazile, LifeLong Medical Care regional director (Hercules);

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San Pablo: West Contra Costa tries to fill health care void after hospital closure, April 8, 2016East Bay Times,

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SAN PABLO -- A year after the closure of Doctors Medical Center, doomsday predictions of a health care crisis in West Contra Costa County have not come true, as the region's medical industry closed ranks and devised alternative ways to deliver service, officials say.

A new urgent care center now treats 40-odd patients a day, and a nearby county health center has expanded its hours of operation. Ambulance services have been increased, and some area hospitals have increased their emergency room capacity.

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Patients Struggle, Doctors Worry in Aftermath of Hospital Shutdown, Richmond Confidential, December 13, 2015

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At the El Sitio Restaurant in San Pablo, Shirley Gayer sits beside her son Melvin Willis. Willis pushed his mother in her wheelchair from their home, which is many blocks away. Her wheelchair has cobwebs around the metal bars and shows wear and tear from excessive use. They don’t have a car.


Gayer is a former patient at Doctor’s Medical Center, which closed its doors on April 21. This San Pablo mother and son, like many other residents of western Contra Costa County, acutely feel the closure’s impact. DMC, which provided services to the community for over 60 years, fell victim to fiscal pressures despite efforts to save it.

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