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Tri-City in the Community2020-05-29T08:13:59-07:00
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Tri-City Medical Center Is Committed to North County

In the 1950s, North County was a rural area in San Diego severely lacking in healthcare services. Tri-City Medical Center was born out of a desire to address that gap in available care and that mission still drives us today — to ensure that our community receives quality and patient-focused healthcare services. Tri-City Medical Center’s commitment is to provide outreach, engagement and financial and in-kind support including active leadership participation, in and with those organizations that are best positioned to “move the needle” on community health and social determinants.

Tri-City utilizes the San Diego Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) as a road map for our outreach and engagement activities. Tri-City proactively and reactively sponsors and partners with non-profit organizations and community programs that address the areas of unmet community health needs and social determinants of health that are outlined in the CHNA. There are currently 50+ community partners through the cities of the Tri-City Healthcare District (Carlsbad, Oceanside and Vista).

Here are the ways Tri-City Medical Center continues to invest in our North County community:

Coastal Commitment
  • BP Checks

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  • Hearing Checks

    Chronic noise and aging are factors that lead to hearing loss…

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  • Flu Shots

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  • Health Fairs

    Health fairs give us the opportunity to offer services…

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  • Transportation Vouchers

    Tri-City partners with FACT (Facilitating Access to …

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  • Telemedicine

    Telemedicine addresses some of the most challenging…

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  • Behavioral Health Programs

    1 in every 5 adults struggle with mental illness…

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BP Checks

High blood pressure can lead to higher risk of health problems in the future. We are helping our community know their numbers by making blood pressure screening more available in the region, with increased focus on members of at-risk and historically under-served communities.

Our community partners include:

If you’d like to offer blood pressure checks at your organization or event please contact externalaffairs@tcmc.com

Hearing Checks

Chronic noise and aging are factors that lead to hearing loss…

Chronic noise and aging are factors that lead to hearing loss and getting your hearing checked at all staged of life is important. We are helping our community by conducting hearing testing at senior communities, health fairs and community events.

If you’d like to offer hearing checks at your organization or event please contact externalaffairs@tcmc.com

Flu Shots

Flu vaccination can reduce the risk of flu-associated hospitalization for children, working age adults, and older adults…

Flu vaccination can reduce the risk of flu-associated hospitalization for children, working age adults, and older adults. Flu vaccine prevents tens of thousands of hospitalizations each year, that is why we offer them yearly to our local community between the months of X and X.

Health Fairs

Health fairs give us the opportunity to offer services, educate and connect with our local community.

Health fairs can cater to elementary school students, entire families, senior citizens all the way to corporate employees.
Community members who may not have easy access to healthcare can take advantage of educational resources and basic preventive medicine. We strive to advance the health and wellness of the community and health fairs are a great place to start.

Our community partners include:
Senior living communities
American Heart Association
Moonlight Amphitheater
Senior and Health Fairs
Street Fairs

If you’d like host a health fair with Tri-City please contact externalaffairs@tcmc.com

Transportation Vouchers

Tri-City partners with FACT (Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation) an agency that helps thousands of mobility-challenged San Diego County residents each year…..

Tri-City partners with FACT (Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation) an agency that helps thousands of mobility-challenged San Diego County residents each year. The Rides to Wellness program’s goal is to make it easier for our patients to get to and from the hospital. Tri-City Medical Center was proud to recive the FACT’s Norine Sigafoose Partner of the Year Award in 2017 for our efforts to provide access to healthcare to our community.

Behavioral Health Programs

1 in every 5 adults struggle with mental illness. Now more than ever it is important to spread awareness and advocate for those in need in our community. Tri-City partners with multiple organizations including: NAMI San Diego: Tri-City is a proud supporter of NAMI’s Peer to Peer Program in Oceanside ( Link: https://namisandiego.org/about/our-mission/), to provide education, support and advocacy for those who suffer with brain disorders such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, clinical depression and more. Women’s Resource Center: Behavioral Health Counseling: TCMC’s donation is expected to give a total of 100 hours from professional counselors, with 60 people served. MiraCosta College: Mental Health Program – Provide $10,000 to MCC to raise awareness and support behavioral health services for their student population. This is done through student development programs, classroom presentations, awareness campaigns, and CARE management service. Boys & Girls Club, Vista: SMART Moves Program Provide $5,000 to support their SMART Moves 10-week program, which raises youth awareness regarding the threats of drugs and teen pregnancy. Through high-yield activities, this program will focus on teaching children and teens how to abstain from, avoid, and resist engaging risky behaviors. New Haven: Catering4Youth Focus on adolescent boys aged 12 to 17 with emotional, behavioral, and learning challenges, the Catering4Youth program provides their students engaging based projects that help them gain confidence in and out of the kitchen With 10 students currently enrolled, our Food & Nutrition Department has given an in-kind donation through providing engaging lectures and in-class presentations.The program provides job preparation in hopes of leading to entry-level hospitality employment.

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  • CPR Training

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  • Physical Activity

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  • Community Fairs

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  • Food Access & Healthy Eating

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  • Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Prevention (ATOD)

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Event Sponsorships

Tri-City sponsors select local events that help move the needle on the community’s health needs.

Event sponsorships help Tri-City create strong partnerships allowing North County to thrive. We are committed to collaborating with local partners in order to advance the health and wellness of North County.

Some of our local event sponsorships include:
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
March for Babies
Multiple local Chambers of Commerce Events

If you are interested in volunteering at Tri-City sponsored events please contact externalaffairs@tcmc.com

CPR Training

In collaboration with the American Heart Association, Tri-City has trained over 1,000 community members in Hands-Only CPR. CPR saves lives and helps the community as a whole.

In collaboration with the American Heart Association, Tri-City has trained over 1,000 community members in Hands-Only CPR. CPR saves lives and helps the community as a whole.

If you’d like to offer CPR training at your organization or event please contact externalaffairs@tcmc.com

Physical Activity

Staying active is the first line of prevention to keeping the members of our community healthy.

Staying active is the first line of prevention to keeping the members of our community healthy. Tri-City Medical Center and the Tri-City Wellness & Fitness Center in Carlsbad supports the community through various programs. We are committed to improving the health of the community through innovative programming and continuous support and education.

Partners include:
Tri-City Wellness & Fitness Center
Move Your Feet Before You Eat Foundation
Boys & Girls Club of Oceanside
Boys & Girls Club of Vista

Community Fairs

Community fairs allow Tri-City to educate and inform the community in a fun way!

Tri-City gets involved with our community members in the community by offering free screenings and offering educational resources.

Our Community Events include:
Carlsbad Street Fair
Vista Strawberry Festival
Oceanside Senior Expo
Oceanside Harbor Days

If you are interested in volunteering with Tri-City at a community fair please contact externalaffairs@tcmc.com

Food Access & Healthy Eating

San Diego County has around 450,000 people that face food insecurity every single day.

San Diego County has around 450,000 people that face food insecurity every single day. Tri-City is actively working with community partners to reduce the barriers to healthy food for our community members through food drives and by sponsoring community programs that serve those in need of fresh and healthy food.

Partners include:
North County Food Bank
New Haven Youth and Family Services
Boys & Girls Club of Oceanside

If you are interested in volunteering with Tri-City at a community fair please contact externalaffairs@tcmc.com

Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Prevention (ATOD)

Tobacco, alcohol and drugs negatively impact the health of the community and lead to a higher risk of health problems.

Tobacco, alcohol and drugs negatively impact the health of the community and lead to a higher risk of health problems. Tri-City supports the North Coastal Prevention Coalition (NCPC) and collaborates with the Oceanside Police Department to be a prescription drop off location as a safe place for the community to dispose of expired and unused prescriptions.

  • Career Technical Education

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  • Shadowing Experience

    Get insights into the job before you choose a career…

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  • Mentoring

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  • College Internships

    The Tri-City college internship program allows you…

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  • Health Lectures

    Invest in your health by attending a Tri-City health lecture…

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Career Technical Education

Building an educated and skilled community leads to a healthier community…

Building an educated and skilled community leads to a healthier community with increased economic security via job training. Tri-City partners with local colleges and training centers to provide opportunities for skilled vocational and educational programs in areas like nursing, paramedic/EMT, lab/pathology and many more.

If you are interested in volunteering at Tri-City sponsored events please contact externalaffairs@tcmc.com

Shadowing Experience

Get insights into the job before you choose a career…

Get insights into the job before you choose a career by participating in Tri-City’s job shadowing program. Spend a day in the shoes of a nurse, administrator or one of the abundance of clinical and administrative positions.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact externalaffairs@tcmc.com

Mentoring

Explore your career path in healthcare with a medical professional.

Explore your career path in health care with a medical professional by learning imperative information about the position, receiving guidance from a seasoned professional and setting goals for your professional advancement all while developing invaluable relationships.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact externalaffairs@tcmc.com

College Internships

The Tri-City college internship program allows you to earn college credit and gain job experience.

Internships offer college students an excellent way to gain job experience and jump start their careers. For early career professionals, an internship can play a significant role in landing that first job out of college.

Participating campuses include:

  • California State University, San Marcos
  • California State University, San Diego
  • University of San Diego
  • University of California, San Diego
  • Mira Costa Community College
  • Palomar College

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact externalaffairs@tcmc.com

Health Lectures

Invest in your health by attending a Tri-City health lecture…

Invest in your health by attending a Tri-City health lecture and hear an array of topics lead by top healthcare providers. Learn about your treatment options, services offered and get your questions answered during our Q&A portion of the lecture.

Our health lectures are held at various locations in Carlsbad, Oceanside and Vista as well as surrounding areas. If you’re interested in attending a lecture or would like to schedule Tri-City to provide a lecture at no cost, please contact externalaffairs@tcmc.com

  • Career Technical Education

    Building an educated and skilled community leads to a healthier community…

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  • Mental Health Counseling

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  • Food Pantry

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Career Technical Education

Building an educated and skilled community leads to a healthier community with increased economic security via job training. Tri-City partners with local colleges and training centers to provide opportunities for skilled vocational and educational programs in areas like nursing, paramedic/EMT, lab/pathology, and many more.

Tri-City provides in-kind and monetary contributions to programs throughout North County, our partners include Operation Hope – North County (https://www.operationhopeshelter.org/)

If you’re interested in learning more about these programs, please contact externalaffairs@tcmc.com

Mental Health Counseling

Partner’s include: Women’s Resource Center: Behavioral Health Counseling: TCMC’s donation is expected to give a total of 100 hours from professional counselors, with 60 people served. Solutions for Change: Mental Health Counseling Provide $8,100 towards supporting the critical mental health screening and intense case management that takes place in the first six weeks of a family’s participation in the 1,000-day Solutions University program, a personal development academy for the homeless.

Food Pantry

Support NCSD Food Bank: Food Drive Created a Holiday Food Drive for our employees and community to donate through food bins and virtually. Sunrise Vista Kiwanis Foundation; Bringing up grades in elementary schools, Vista Teen Outreach, and Scholarships Reaching 5 elementary schools, students gain a higher degree in math and reading. Supported the Vista School District in providing $1,000 worth of food. Lastly, gave $1,000 towards scholarships for Vista High School students. Backpack program The Food Bank provides bags of food that school staff discreetly insert into students’ backpacks before each weekend, ensuring the kids have enough food to get them through the weekend.

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