• With Business Sinking, Nail Salon turns to Face-Mask Making

    What was a local nail salon just a couple weeks ago is now a closed business that’s lending a helping hand to front-line medical workers who are dealing with a massive shortage of protective gear as they combat this deadly pandemic. The business has workers from the nail salon making masks that will be donated […]

  • Desert Regional Medical Center, Parent Company To Pay $1.4 Million Settlement

    Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs and parent company Tenet Healthcare Corp. agreed to pay $1.41 million to settle allegations that they knowingly charging Medicare for implanting unnecessary cardiac monitors in patients over a 3-year period, the Justice Department announced Tuesday. The settlement stemmed from a lawsuit filed by Michael Grace, a former employee […]

  • Local Hospitals on High Alert for Coronavirus

    Hospitals around the U.S. are on high alert as new patients walk through the doors. Health officials from local hospitals say they’re getting alerts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention every day about the dynamic disease. Eisenhower Medical Center said it updated its electronic medical record with a new question: Have you traveled […]

  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Mammograms

    NBC Palm Springs’ Daytona Everett walks through the process of getting a mammogram at Desert Regional’s Comprehensive Cancer Center. Below, you can find frequently asked questions from DRMC’s website. I’ve heard I need to keep a look out for breast cancer. Where should I start? It’s true—women have a one in eight chance of developing […]

  • Measles Survivor Speaks Out About Importance of Vaccinations

    Public health officials in Los Angeles have declared a measles outbreak in the county, making it the largest metropolitan area hit by the illness. Five cases of measles are being investigated by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. In 2000, the U.S. declared measles “eliminated” because of the country’s strong vaccination system. Measles […]

  • Man Sentenced to More Than 30 Years For Shooting Brother-in-Law in DHS

    A man who shot his wife’s brother in Desert Hot Springs following an argument over living arrangements, then fled across state lines, was sentenced Wednesday to more than 30 years in state prison. Javier Solis Jr., 25, pleaded guilty last month to charges of attempted murder and evading arrest in connection with the Nov. 29, […]

  • Breast Cancer Survivor Shares Her Story

    Denise DuPont was on a mission to change her life, so she took up cross fit. “I had been doing it for about a year. I had lost 55 pounds. I had gotten healthy, gotten strong,” says DuPont. It wasn’t the cross fit that was life changing, but what happened during a workout. “I was […]

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