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5 things to know, including an update on a long-planned restaurant in Citrus Heights

Welcome to Thursday, loyal readers. Here's what you need to know today. In 2017, we told you that Tampa, Florida-based Checkers & Rally's Drive-In Restaurants Inc. was planning a location in Citrus Heights, at Auburn and Grand Oaks boulevards. At the time, my colleague Mark Anderson reported that the new restaurant "could open in a hurry." Well, that didn't exactly happen. But, a few years after our initial report, I have good news: Rally's has opened at 7911 Auburn Blvd. in Citrus Heights, the Citrus Heights Chamber of Commerce announced on Facebook. The franchise chain's menu includes burgers, hot dogs and sundaes. I'm trying to get an update on its local growth plans. Stay tuned.
CITRUS HEIGHTS, CA
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UC Davis Health plans health campus, community in Folsom

UC Davis Health is teaming with Sacramento residential developer AKT Development Corp. on what might be called "Aging in Place Acres." The health care provider announced Wednesday not only details of a planned health care campus in the Folsom Ranch area, but also a venture with AKT to create a residential community geared to allowing people of all ages to live in their homes as long as possible.
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UC Davis Health expands care for patients in Folsom

(SACRAMENTO) — UC Davis Health announced plans today for a large-scale expansion of health services in Folsom, with new medical facilities and high-tech housing. UC Davis Health has purchased a 34.5-acre parcel, at the intersection of East Bidwell Street and Highway 50, in Folsom Ranch. This property expands UC Davis Health’s care in Folsom and offers a prime location for the region to deliver wellness, community, convenience and excellent care for patients.
FOLSOM, CA
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Medical Facility and High-Tech Housing planned in Folsom on 34 acre parcel

UC Davis Health expands care for patients in Folsom. Folsom, Calif.- UC Davis Health announced plans today for a large-scale expansion of health services in Folsom, with new medical facilities and high-tech housing. UC Davis Health has purchased a 34.5-acre parcel, at the intersection of East Bidwell Street and Highway...
FOLSOM, CA
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UC Davis Health outpatient clinic to open in 2025

University of California Davis Health is expanding its presence in Folsom with a long-term project spanning nearly 35 acres, and the health system said Oct. 20 that the first portion to be completed will be an outpatient clinic in 2025. No other portion of the expansion has an estimated completion...
DAVIS, IL
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7th annual Crush Challenge bike ride supports cancer research and camaraderie

(SACRAMENTO) — The7th annual Crush Challenge bike ride raised more than $75,000 for UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center. The funds will advance research into non-toxic treatment for lymphoma. Crush Challenge starts with the 25- and 37-mile bike rides through the beautiful Napa Valley as part of a series of day-long...
DAVIS, CA
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UC Davis Health study finds unusual visual inspection in 9-month-old infants is predictive of autism spectrum disorder

Findings suggest an increased focus on repetitive behaviors is needed in screening techniques for autism spectrum disorder. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 1 in 54 children are found with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Over the years, clinicians and researchers have focused on identification of the disorder at earlier stages to better facilitate children’s development and social engagement.
DAVIS, CA
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Sarcoma research at UC Davis gets boost from Shingle Springs Subaru

(SACRAMENTO) — Research into sarcoma received some traction afterShingle Springs Subaru presented an $82,671 check today to the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center as part of 2020 Subaru of America’s Share the Love Event. Lor Randall, an internationally recognized sarcoma surgeon and scientist, accepted the oversized check from local dealership...
DAVIS, CA
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Free flu shot clinic this Saturday in Rancho Cordova

Paul Hom Asian Clinic and UC Davis School of Medicine. Rancho Cordova, Calif. – The Paul Hom Asian Clinic, a student-run clinic affiliated with UC Davis School of Medicine, will be hosting a free flu shot clinic for community members. UC Davis Health medical students will be on-site distributing shots with translators available in multiple languages.
RANCHO CORDOVA, CA
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UC Davis Health recognized for leadership in emergency care for older adults

(SACRAMENTO) — Philip Gosland worries about going to the hospital. The 85-year-old Roseville resident lives independently with his wife, Judy. But he battles heart failure and falls frequently — a reality that results in occasional trips to the emergency department (ED). “My biggest fear is not returning home to my...
DAVIS, CA
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Sacramento County could ban flavored e-cigarettes, menthol under proposed ordinance

Sacramento County supervisors could be discussing a ban on flavored tobacco products, including e-cigarette juice and menthol cigarettes, by the end of this year. Supervisor Patrick Kennedy joined health advocates and physicians Thursday to introduce the proposal. “Ending the sale of all candy-flavored tobacco products, including minty menthol, will save...
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UC Davis to offer mobile mammograms for underserved communities

The UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center is set to launch two new initiatives next year to improve breast health and early cancer detection in underserved women in rural communities, UC Davis Health announced Thursday. The new tools for early cancer detention will include a “mammovan” and free genetic testing. The...
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Davis Enterprise

UCD Health begins trauma-informed services to foster youths

SACRAMENTO — Katy and Dale Carlsen have partnered with UC Davis Health to transform a shared vision into reality: a comprehensive, trauma-informed program to support foster youths in all aspects of wellness, including mental health. The first of its kind in Northern California, the CIRCLE (Comprehensive Integration of Resilience into...
DAVIS, CA
Sacramento Observer

“You Betta Work!” Job Fair

On Friday, Oct. 8 from noon to 3 p.m, join the Economic Justice Program as they host an in-person LGBTQ+ affirming career fair at the Sacramento LGBT Community Center Midtown location on 1015 20th St.. The event is curated to connect LBGTQ+ job seekers to Sacramento employers. Over 20+ companies and businesses will be in attendance. The event is free and open to the public.
SACRAMENTO, CA
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UC Davis Health earns ‘Most Wired’ recognition for 10th year in a row

UC Davis Health has been recognized as one of the best healthcare organizations in the nation for effectively using technology to improve the delivery of care, according to the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME). For the 10th consecutive year, UC Davis Health has been recognized as a level...
DAVIS, CA
Davis Enterprise

UC Davis to offer mobile mammograms for underserved communities

The UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center is set to launch two new initiatives next year to improve breast health and early cancer detection in underserved women in rural communities, UC Davis Health announced Thursday. The new tools for early cancer detention will include a “mammovan” and free genetic testing. The...
DAVIS, CA

Thousands of Kaiser Permanente employees suspended after not following COVID vaccine mandate

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Thousands of Kaiser Permanente employees across the country were suspended after not following a COVID-19 vaccine requirement. Kaiser Permanente made the announcement Tuesday. They said over 2,200 of its nationwide employees have been placed on unpaid administrative leave as of Oct. 4. They added that employees have until Dec. 1 to either get vaccinated or risk losing their jobs.
SACRAMENTO, CA
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