Here’s to you, the patients, families, volunteers and communities who inspire and push us to be our best in all that we do. Read the stories about our staff and patients and the many others who inspire us.

New Center to Provide the Best Care

New Center to Provide the Best Care

“This new center is unique in that we have made it multi-disciplinary,“ explains
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Early Intervention Proven to Promote Skills in Young Children

Early Intervention Proven to Promote Skills in Young Children

Early intervention provides services that support children from birth to age three who have, or are at risk for, a developmental delay or disability. Early [...]


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Getting Confidence Back

Getting Confidence Back

Operation Mend gave me my confidence back,” confirms Angelica Jimenez, a USMC Field Radio [...]


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Phenomenal That U Care

Phenomenal That U Care

“There were six of us in the vehicle. We were crossing over a bridge when ‘BAM!,’ an IED went off,” recounts 48-year-old Chris


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Bridging the Gap

Bridging the Gap

“After 22 years of being around numerous explosions and jumping out of airplanes, it finally caught up to me,” reflects [...]


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Raising Ovarian Cancer Awareness

Raising Ovarian Cancer Awareness

“I founded the Ovarian Cancer Circle to honor the memory of my daughter, [...]


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Stronger, Faster, More Coordinated

Stronger, Faster, More Coordinated

“I didn’t play a sport before, so I didn’t have really good coordination,” confesses 14-year-old Shania Jemison, a ninth-grader at Culver City High School. Culver [...]


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Thriving Body, Happy Mind

Thriving Body, Happy Mind

“Sound Body Sound Mind is a program that really enhances kids who aren’t affiliated with sports,” explains Brandy Peacock, PE and softball coach at Culver [...]


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Took My Care to Another Level

Took My Care to Another Level

“I went in for my annual mammogram, and they saw a calcification,” recalls Marjan Shokri, who was diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer. She chose the [...]


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From '18 Months Left' to 16 Years

From '18 Months Left' to 16 Years

“They told me the cancer had spread to my bones and I was given an 18-month prognosis,” reveals Nancy Radin, who found out her breast [...]


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Lighting the Night in Remembrance

Lighting the Night in Remembrance

“My mom passed away from lymphoma cancer four years ago,” reveals Hilda Zamora, a purchasing coordinator in the department of medicine. “I wanted to give [...]


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Still Holding My Hand

Still Holding My Hand

“I was the first one in my family to be diagnosed with breast cancer,” recalls Charisse Enrique, who had calcifications when she went in for [...]


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