SOCAL initiative connects industry and education partners to bridge the gap between job explorers and their future careers
OCEANSIDE, Calif. – The San Diego North Economic Development Council (SDNEDC) today announced the launch of the Student Opportunities for Career Awareness and Learning (SOCAL) initiative, a long-term workforce development effort designed to provide students and career explorers with direct access to information and first-hand experiences regarding potential occupations and career opportunities in North County. The direct access and transparency fostered through this initiative are intended to help cultivate the workforce for middle-wage jobs that require less than a four-year college degree.
Dear Tri-City Community,
Tri-City Hospital Foundation supports Tri-City Medical Center year-round by providing the most advanced technology to elevate patient care. Recently, our community's generous support allowed us to provide three new devices — portable ultrasounds, high-flow oxygen delivery systems, and professional-grade air purification systems — to assist patients in the Emergency Department.
For many women battling cancer, they are doing exactly that – battling. Its constant exhaustion from managing life while fighting the disease, all the while feeling a range of emotions while facing uncertainty. The last thing they need to be worried about is not looking like their best self or how people might react to seeing them without hair.
Tri-City Hospital Foundation Launches “Wigs For Hope” Fundraiser to Support Program Providing Wigs for Cancer Patients
Tri-City Medical Center’s program provides free custom wigs to women undergoing chemotherapy
OCEANSIDE, Calif. (August 18, 2020) — Tri-City Hospital Foundation today has called on community support to continue funding a program providing wigs – and hope – to patients battling cancer at Tri-City Medical Center. The Wigs For Hope program provides free custom-fitted wigs to women undergoing chemotherapy, but the program’s funding has unfortunately ended due to circumstances out of the Foundation or Medical Center’s control. To keep this life-changing program going, Tri-City Hospital Foundation launched a Facebook Fundraiser to crowdfund donations with a very attainable goal of $8,500. Every dollar raised will go directly to continuing the Wigs For Hope program.
OCEANSIDE, Calif. (Jan. 13, 2020) – This afternoon the Tri-City Healthcare District Board of Directors voted unanimously, with one board member absent, in favor of an agreement with the County of San Diego to develop and operate a new 16-bed inpatient psychiatric health facility on the medical center’s Oceanside campus.
Please join Tri-City Medical Center and American Heart Association leadership for a breakfast on Tuesday, January 14th at 7:00AM at The Green Dragon Tavern in Carlsbad, CA.
This is an opportunity to meet and chat with elected officials. In addition to City Council Members and other VIP's who will be in attendance, our speakers will be Congressman Mike Levin, State Assembly Member Tasha Boerner Horvath, and Senator Patricia Bates. The event will be held at the Rancho Buena Vista Adobe.
There is no more joyous an experience than finally welcoming your newborn into the world. Unfortunately for many Oceanside families, that moment can actually be one of the most agonizing if their child needs to be admitted into the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) for specialized care. We’re teaming up with Tri-City Medical Center to ease anxiety while making the first Father’s Day special for new dads in the NICU and are asking for your business’s support.
Have you been thinking about participating in the Tri-City Medical Center Carlsbad Marathon and Half-Marathon? We encourage you to come out and join us for this exciting community health event taking place next month on Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend! Keep reading to learn more about the many reasons you’ll want to join the race, whether as a runner or as a volunteer.