CLEARLAKE >> On Tuesday, January 23, the Lake County Continuum of Care (CoC) will hold a Point-in-Time count to count the sheltered and unsheltered homeless individuals and families in Lake County. The Point-In-Time (PIT) count will help the CoC obtain a better understanding of homelessness in the community and needed services and resources. It will also make Lake County eligible for funding for homeless services.
CLEARLAKE >> The first baby born in Lake County in 2018 was still comfortably in utero as midnight struck on January 1. It wasn’t until Tuesday, January 2, that Lake County’s New Year’s baby made his arrival into the world. Bodhi David Day was born at 6:11 p.m. at Adventist Health Clear Lake to happy parents Philip Day and Melody Dawson-Day and big sister Eden. Little Bodhi was delivered by Dr. Kimberly Fordham, MD, and Women’s Care Unit nurse Hayley Burt, RN. He was a healthy 7 pounds, 9 ounces.
CLEARLAKE >> Adventist Health Clear Lake welcomed Ian E. Solomon, DO, to its provider team at the Adventist Health Clear Lake Medical Office — Clearlake. Dr. Solomon is a board certified family medicine physician and will provide leadership for the clinic as medical director. “I’m looking forward to partnering with my fellow providers, Adventist Health staff, my patients and community leaders to create a healthier Lake County for all,” Solomon said.
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Selecting a term
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