Community Wide Events
Encino Hospital Medical Center is an established facility in the community
that has offered community-centered services to the San Fernando Valley
for more than 50 years. The very nature of the not-for-profit hospital
is to ensure that all residents have access to the most advanced healthcare
treatments and services available, regardless of their ability to pay.
As a not-for-profit hospital, our commitment to serving the San Fernando
Valley community plays an important role and is demonstrated in everything
we do. Partaking in community wide events with our community partners
is just one way we are privileged to serve this growing, diverse community.
Listed below are some community outreach events Encino Hospital Medical
Center has most recently participated in.
STROKE AWARENESS DAY AT SHERMAN OAKS HOSPITAL is an event dedicated to
raising awareness of the prevention and treatment of stroke, and to promote
best outcomes. Come to the hospital to learn more about stroke, get a
blood pressure screening, learn how to get involved, and get FREE GIFTS.
EVENT: Stroke Awareness Day
DATE: Monday, October 30
TIME: 9 AM - 4 PM
LOCATION: Encino Hospital Lobby
Caregivers support family members and friends of any age whose abilities
are restricted due to illness, disability, accident, medical condition
or aging. Caregivers support groups offer them crucial ways to make meaning
of their caregiver experiences, share hard-earned wisdom and root one
another on. Please join Dr. Magda Lenartowicz, Medical Director for the
Center for Senior Care, for this monthly support group that meets every
third Thursday, 5 – 6 p.m., at Sherman Oaks Hospital COC room. All
caregivers are encouraged to attend. Parking will be validated.
EVENT: Caregiver Support Group
DATE: Thursday, April 20
TIME: 5 – 6 p.m.
LOCATION: Sherman Oaks Hospital COC Room