Patients at Twin Cities Hospital in Templeton and Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center in San Luis Obispo might notice something different during their next visit.
The hospitals are starting to go paperless.
Every hospital on the Central Coast is undergoing the transition to Electronic Health Records, or EHR,... more »
Moms, babies, nursing and conversation.
It is the perfect making for a support group at Twin Cities Hospital called the "Newborn and Parent Support," or NAPS, group.
Through honest and candid conversations these new parents, mostly new moms, meet every Monday to help each other during some of... more »
Some hospital rooms are starting to look more like hotel rooms.It is a trend taking off across the nation, including right here at home.
Take Twin Cities Hospital in Templeton, for example, where moms are delivering babies in style. With amenities like flat screen TVs, DVD players and stereos... more »
Twin Cities Community Hospital has been awarded the title of Blue Distinction Center by Blue Shield of California.
The hospital received the honor for its work in knee and hip replacement. Blue Shield awards the designations to hospitals that adhere to the best practices in patient safety and surgical... more »
If you are one of 27 million Americans suffering from arthritis, a local event on Saturday aims to help.
A free, educational seminar, called Get Smart About Arthritis, is being held at the Atascadero Lake Pavillion from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Amy Leong, an internationally-recognized motivational speaker,... more »
Organizers of a community health fair this weekend look to help residents get helpful information while providing fun for the whole family.
It is being held at Twin Cities Hospital in Templeton, Saturday, April 24, from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. in the Founder's Building.
40 organizations will... more »
Rattlesnake season is upon us.
As sun warms up the ground, it invites snakes out of their winter hibernation.
If you happen to come across one of these rattlers, doctors say to stay calm.
"Don't try to pick it up. A lot of times the people that... more »