Tri-City Regional Medical Center is a not-for profit acute care facility that supplies inpatient and outpatient services. We are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and are licensed for 137 beds. The hospital, situated in Los Angeles County, serves the immediate communities of Hawaiian Gardens, Artesia, Cerritos, Long Beach and Norwalk.
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Tri-City Regional Medical Center remembers and honors those who have risked their lives to protect our country. We wish everyone a happy and safe Memorial Day!
A study by Pennsylvania State University found that the more you restrict your child from eating particular foods, the stronger their desire to eat it becomes. Researchers call these children "reactive eaters." Read more in The New York Times about an
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A study has found that early fitness can improve the middle-age brain. The more physically active you are at age 25, the better your thinking tends to be when you reach middle age. The findings also suggest that if you neglected to exercise when young,
Tri-City Regional Medical Center's Activate Hawaiian Gardens continues the fight against childhood obesity, read more about it in La Opinion: #childhoodobesity #LosAngeles #HawaiianGardens #health #ActivateHawaiianGardens #TriCityRegionalMedicalCenter
Come visit Tri-City Regional Medical Center's tent at the #wellness fair during the ABC Education Foundation's Into the Summer Fun Run on June 21 at the Los Cerritos Center! Attendees receive free health, physical and dental screenings, wellness information,
Is the cost of the fight against #childhood #obesity worth it? We think so. A new study found that the #medical costs of an obese child over their lifetime is $19,000. Read more about it from the Los Angeles Times: