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Feather River Bulletin , Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012 7A Community invited to Sept. 22 garden party Laura Beaton Staff Writer Ibeaton@plumasnews.corn The whole community is invited to bring the family and make an afternoon of learning about the Digging In program and the Alder St. Garden next to Quincy Ele- mentary School Saturday, Sept. 22, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Staff and program partici- pants will be available to walk visitors through the garden to show off this sea- son's hard work. Planned activities for chil- dren include face painting, as well as parent activities, such as talking with a mas- ter gardener and learning about cob construction tech- niques. Music and drinks will be provided. Call 283-0859 for information. Learn about the experien- tial Digging In Garden program, where kids learn all about dirt, plants, bugs and much more, this Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Alder Street Garden in Quincy. Photo courtesy Digging In iclne A small hospital with a big chiatry, endocrinology, pul- vision, Eastern Plumas Health monology, diabetic education, Care, has just completed its and the UC Davis pediatric in- first year of dedicated telemed- tensivist program, which al- icine services, logging more lows EPHC ER doctors to have than 300 patients to date. On a real time pediatric consulta- recent day, 18 patients utilized tions with UC Davis Pediatric telemedicine services with Specialists within five min- three providers at three sepa- utes. Utilizing telemedicine rate sites, equipment, a pediatric special- EPHC's Telemedicine pro- ist can observe the patient and gram has recently added the direct the ER doctor in critical following new pro- cases, as if he were in the grams/providers: Dr. Xiong, room himself. Psychiatry; Dr. Chung, In addition, thetelemedicine Rheumatology; Michael John- program is utilizing hub set- son, PhD, LCSW, Behavioral vices, where an EPHC special- Health Counselingi Donna ist in Portola provides services Guyot-Johnson, RN, FNP, via the telemedicine network MFT, BehavioralHealth Coun- to Indian Valley. Dr. Grief seling. (family practice, internal med- The program will add the icine), Dr. Collins (neurology), two telemedicine servicesand Melanie Buckley PA, (der- shortly: Dr. H.eifitz, Tahoe For- matology) all have participat- est Hospital, oncology and ER ed in this service. and acute unit cardiology con- Always looking to expand sultations with Dr. Dhond, hvailable services, Mark who already sees patients in Schweyer, of Telemedicine re- the Graeagle Clinic two Fri: ports the "has just secured days per month, grant funding and a service The new offerings are in ad- contract to provide diabetic dition to current services: psy- retinopathy screenings with a annlversa state-of-the-art retinal camera dementia patients. that will allow us to photo- Schweyer said, "All of the graph the retina and send Portola Medical Clinic rooms these images to the University now have the ability to of California-Berkeley, De- connect to the California partment of Opthamology for Telehealth Network (a special review." medical Internet that allows "This service allows us to for high quality audio and provide the full spectrum of video signal) as are our acute primary care services that dia- unit and emergency depart- betic patients need. Further, it ment. IT's Rick Boyd and will help prevent blindness in Aaron Whitfield have worked these patients."tirelessly to make this hap- Schweyer said the program pen." also has received a grant-fund- EPHC's telemedicine pro- ed patient Internet kiosk in gram, overseen by Schweyer the Portola clinic, which gives and Telemedicine coordinator EPHC patients access to the 'Auburn Rittenhouse, is a mod- latest health information. Pa- el of what rural telehealth ser- tients visiting the ciinic are vices can provide to isolated encouraged to utilize the kiosk communities throughout the to learn more about health is- state. As such, it has been fen- sues of particular interest to tured in public radio inter- them. views and on a statewide video Telemedicine equipment is about telehealth. used for staff education and in- As EPHC's telemedicine pro- terclinic conferences, as well. gram continues its robust ex- In January, skilled nursing pansion efforts, patients can facility staff will receive lookforwardtoincreasingspe- valuable training from mental cialist services and health edu- health experts who will cation opportunities right in assist them in caring for their community. Former Quincy resident weds We will be closed Wed., 9/19 to pre oare for the sale in Truckee Hochrein and Cambrian Liu, reception honoring the new- both of Pasadena. lyweds was held at The Vil- The bride is the daughter of lage Lodge at the resort. They Peter and Julie Hochrein of are planning an October hon- Quincy. She is a 1999 gradu- eymoon to Turkey and ate of Quincy High School, a Greece. 2004 graduate of U.C. Berke- ley and is currently a doctor- al candidate in chemical en- gineering at the California Institute of Technology in REPLACING Pasadena. The bridegroom is the son or of Kam-Biu Liu and Nina Lam of Baton Rouge, La. He REPAIRING: is a 2001 graduate of Baton Rouge Magnet High School, a * DOORS 2005 graduate of Harvard Uni- versity and a 2012 graduate of TRIM CalTech in biochemistry and WINDOWS molecular biophysics. He is PLUMBING currently a research scientist at Children's Hospital in Los ROOFING Angeles. A traditional Chinese tea ELECTRICAL ceremony was held during cocktail hour where the bride If it's something we wore a traditional red Chi-can't fix, we'll find nese dress For her wedding, the bride somebody who can, wore an ivory silk sheath with French lace overlay with a court length train and carried a sprig of freesia. In lieu of a traditional CONSTRUCTION SINCE 1984 ,,ram. bridal party, the siblings of the couple: Michelle General Building Contractor Hochrein, of Reno, Nev.; Calif. Lic. #453927 Heather Hochrein, of (DDU) ZDJ- UJ Add shade, wildlife habitat and beauty with a tree or shrub. Trees - in 5 or 15 gallon sizes: Flamingo Box Elder Sycamore Flowering Plum Quaking Aspen Weeping Willow Smoke (golden) * Tulip Maples - several types and more Fruit Trees Shrubs - in 1 or 5 gallon sizes: Lilac Burning Bush Potentilla Quince Heavenly Bamboo Forsythia Butterfly Bush Spirea Weigela Golden Privet Cotoneaster and more! All For beautiful flowers year after year I | i Gallon, I 4" & 6 Sun Lovers C oreopsls P enstemo t Coneflower Russian Sa-ge / Day Lily Phlox (Tall) Bee Balm andmore! Lots of new varieties (Some varieties not available in all sizes/) Shade Lovers Japanese Maple Foxglove Delphinium Coral Bells Astilbe Columbine Azalea English Laurel = Primrose Lily-of-Valley shrubs and more... 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