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‘What You Should Know About Your Medications’

‘What You Should Know About Your Medications’

Palm Springs, CA – A FREE lecture, ‘What You Should Know About Your Medications’ will be presented at The LGBT Community Center of the Desert (The Center) on Friday, June 1st, at 9 AM as part of The Center’s First Friday Breakfasts.

Presenting the talk will be Lyle Matthews, PharmD, MAM, Director of Pharmacy, and Steven Arendt, MD, Chief Medical Information Officer, of the Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage, a health partner with The Center. Following the presentation on what you need to know about your medications and how you can be your own best advocate for your health, the pair will be available to take questions.

“The Center has expanded its health and wellness offerings to the community and this partnership and these speaking engagements by Eisenhower are part of this ongoing partnership,” says Steve Seager, Program and Operations Manager of The Center.

Although the lecture is FREE, a small donation of $3 per person is suggested to help defray the cost of the continental breakfast. To reserve a space, call The Center at 760-416-7790.

Eisenhower Medical Center is a not-for-profit, comprehensive health care institution that includes the 540-bed Eisenhower Hospital, the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center at Eisenhower, the Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower, and the Betty Ford Center, also located on the Eisenhower campus. Located in Rancho Mirage, and with locations across the valley, Eisenhower has provided a full range of quality medical and

educational services for more than 40 years for residents and visitors to the greater Coachella Valley.

The mission of The Center LGBT Community Center is to enrich the lives of the LGBT community.  A thriving, community-based organization, the Center provides a safe and supportive environment for members to enjoy health, wellness, educational and social programs, where people of all ages and backgrounds are welcome.  The Center advances its mission through senior programming, a clinical counseling and internship program, a weekly food bank, youth suicide prevention and support, extensive social and recreational offerings, a David Bohnett cyber center, a growing volunteer program and periodic special events in the community.

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