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Being vaccinated against influenza is especially important this year because the illness will be circulating alongside coronavirus.
A COVID-19 Vaccine Committee has been established to recommend which COVID-19 vaccine or vaccines to consider offering to Scripps patients and providers.
Scripps Health launched the region's first centralized system for retrieving organs from deceased donors. Learn how it will help save more lives.
Hospitalized patients with Type 2 diabetes who wore a wireless device had better blood sugar levels, according to Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute.
For the third consecutive year, all five Scripps Health hospital campuses have earned the Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award.
Scripps Health announced several executive appointments to its corporate leadership team, including medical management, IT, human resources and strategy.
Scripps hospitals rank No. 1 in the San Diego region for the fourth year in a row by U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals list.
Scripps launched an innovative program that uses remote continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) on COVID-19 patients who require regular management of diabetes.
Scripps has reopened in Liberty Station, Coronado and Hillcrest, the last of its outpatient clinics that had been temporarily closed due to coronavirus.
Patients may once again visit clinics in Escondido, Solana Beach and Santee, which had been closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic.