Santa Dominguez, FNP
Catalina Island Medical Center is proud to announce the promotion of longtime registered nurse Santa Dominguez. Santa has worked in the healthcare field for 30 years, including more than 25 spent serving the people of Avalon. She has extensive experience working with both children and older adults living with dementia.
Dr. Aimee Warren
Dr. Aimee Warren continues to serve Avalon patients with care and compassion. Dr. Warren is board-certified in Family Medicine and is an experienced primary care physician.
Chronic Care Management (CCM)
Catalina Island Medical Center is now offering Chronic Care Management (CCM) services to our patients 65 years old and up who have two or more chronic conditions that are expected to last at least 12 months that increases the risk of death, the illness getting worse or…
CIMC Emergency Department Ranks Among Nation’s Best
A patient satisfaction survey company that canvases and assesses more than 2,500 hospitals all across the United States has determined that over the past 12 months, the CIMC ER has performed in the 99th percentile.
FREE Vascular Screening Clinic
If you are 50 years of age or older – and you are a current or former smoker, have coronary artery disease, diabetes, have a history of high blood pressure, high cholesterol or a strong family history of vascular disease, please join us for this FREE vascular screening event to learn about your risk factors for vascular diseases such as Aortic Aneurysms, Carotid Disease, and Peripheral Artery Disease.
2019 Catalina Island Medical Center Health Fair
APRIL 11, 2019 11 de ABRIL de 2019 9am-3pm Crescent Street Celebrating 34 Years of Island Health Celebrando 34 años de salud en la isla Available Services Include: Diabetes, Skin Cancer, & Vision Screenings Complete Metabolic Panel, CBC & more Lab Tests Starting at $30 Disaster Preparedness Substance Abuse Prevention Mental Health Services Blood Pressure…
Catalina Island Medical Center Health Fair
April 5, 2018 9am-3pm, Crescent Street The Catalina Island Medical Center invites you to celebrate 34 years of island health with us at the Health Fair. This FREE event features over 50 vendors, the opportunity to meet health professional, and a Kids Zone with activities and contests. Available services include: Diabetes, Skin Cancer, & Vision…
Join the CIMC Foundation: Upcoming Community Forums
Please join the Catalina Island Medical Center Foundation for the Preserve the Future of Catalina Island Medical Care Community Forum. Let’s talk. Let’s ask questions. Let’s get answers. March 15th and 22nd, 7PM at Parish Hall St. Catherin’s Catholic Church. Join the discussion, it’s our future – let’s be ready for it! HERE’S SOME BACKGROUND:…
Why do we need a new hospital?
Well, the first answer is that we don’t have a choice! The State of California has mandated that all hospitals meet earthquake safety standards as established by the year 2030 – which means we must begin raising the necessary funds for a new medical center. If the Catalina Island Medical Center cannot meet the seismic…
Why do hospitals use color-coded scrubs?
Have you ever wondered if there is a rhyme or reason to the colored scrubs you see your medical caretakers wearing? Sure, it makes for a more colorful experience, but there are some good reasons that many hospitals and medical facilities are implementing standardized color-coded uniforms for staff. Patient Safety. By implementing standard color uniforms…