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CCC King and Queen

Residents and staff members of the Lompoc Comprehensive Care Center have nominated Donnie Payne and Connie Terrones as King and Queen of the CCC. 

King Donnie Payne was born in Blanchard, Oklahoma 72 years ago and has lived in Lompoc for the past 13 years.  King Donnie is a horseman and owned his own horses and loves anything to do with horses.  He likes to keep up with his reading by using his Kindle every day.  King Donnie is proud to be this year’s King of the CCC.

Queen Connie Terrones was born in Guadalupe, California 86 years ago and has lived in Lompoc for most of her life.  Queen Connie is an expert seamstress who also loves to dance.  Queen Connie is proud to be this year’s Queen of the CCC.

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Vibrant murals help make hospital less scary for kids.

Colorful murals are making hospitals on the Central Coast less scary for kids and some of your votes made it all possible.

You may remember, the local organization Child Life Connection won an on-line Pepsi Refresh contest last year.

The $10,000 grant was used to create children's murals at local hospitals.

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Green Tip for November 2011

When withdrawing cash from ATM, opt to see your balance on screen instead of printing out receipt. If everyone did this, we could reduce paper use by over two billion feet of a year!

Rollin Bailey named ‘Physician of the Year’

It seems Lompoc physician Dr. Rollin Bailey just keeps getting awards.

In 2010, he was named "Physician of the Year" at the Lompoc Valley Medical Center, and in 2011 not only was he named "Favorite Physician in Lompoc" in a Lompoc Record reader's poll, he was also named "Physician of the Year" by the Santa Barbara County Medical Society (SBCMS).

Read more at the Lompoc Record's Website

Facts about Influenza

It's flu season again and your friends at the Lompoc Valley Medical Center have recommended a few simply things that you can do to protect yourself and others from getting sick.

  • Wash your hands often.
  • Cough and/or sneeze into your sleeve.
  • Keep your hands out of your mouth, eyes and nose. 
  • Avoid close contact with sick people.
  • Use disinfectant cleaner to clean commonly used surfaces in your home.
  • Be sure to get the seasonal flu shot each year.

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LVMC named one of the nation's most improved hospitals

Improving patients’ perceptions of the care they receive has been a major goal of the hospital’s staff members since relocating last year from a 65-year-old building on Hickory Street to a brand-new facility on East Ocean Avenue.

“The problem with the old place was that it was old. You could have the best staffing in the world, but you can’t overcome backed-up plumbing,” Buch said. “I think the quality of the care was always there; it’s just that the perception wasn’t always there.”

Well, now it is.

Based on a patient survey conducted by NRC Picker, a national health-care research corporation, Lompoc Valley Medical Center is one of the most improved hospitals in the corporation’s national membership group. 

Continue Reading at Santa Maria Sun's website.

Path to Excellence Award

Lompoc Valley Medical Center has been named a winner of NRC Picker’s second annual Path to Excellence award, which recognizes healthcare organizations for their dedication to improving the patient experience. As an award recipient, you were selected from NRC Picker’s extensive database of members, ranging from small specialty hospitals to large multi-hospital systems, for achieving NRC Picker’s Path to Excellence Award. You have won the Most Improvement Member Award.

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