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Guide a Special advertising Section of the record • april 2013


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San Joaquin County healthcare Guide


San Joaquin County healthCare Guide

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Table of Contents Resource Guide............................ 4 Listing of healthcare providers in San Joaquin County

10 Ways to Reduce Cancer Risk .................................. 6 Basic steps to significantly cut your risk

Secrets to a Healthy Pregnant Body............................ 10 Ensuring your healthiest body for delivery

The Healthier Sex ........................16 Health differences between men and women


San Joaquin County

Healthcare Directory Acupuncture

Lodi Acupuncture

1816 Kettleman Lane, Suite B Lodi 209-334-1576

Tracy Acupuncture & Herbal 227 E. 11th St. Tracy 209-832-7371

William Chinook

730 W. Poplar St. Stockton 209-944-9905

Adult Day Care/ Respite Care

Adult Activity Center

1658 Airport Way, Building 4 Stockton 209-468-2285

Adult Day Services Center

125 S. Hutchins St. Lodi 209-369-4443

Catholic Charities

1106 N. El Dorado St. Stockton 209-444-5900

Crisis Help Line

1212 N. California St. Stockton 209-468-8686

Golden Haven

2324 Lever Blvd. Stockton 209-464-4743

Lodi Memorial Hospital Adult Day Care Services Center 125 Hutchins St. Lodi 209-369-4443

Mental Health Services

1212 N California St. Stockton 209-468-8700

Older Adult Services

1201 N. El Dorado St. Stockton 209-468-3760

Somerford Place 3530 Deer Park Dr. Stockton 209-951-6500 www.somerfordplacestockton.com

St Joseph’s Interfaith Care-giver Program 1800 N. California St. Stockton 209-461-5112

Allergy

Gregory W. Bensch MD

4628 Georgetown Place Stockton 209-951-5353

Alternative Healing

Modern Manna Ministries

209-334-3868

Assisted Living

O’Connor Woods 3400 Wagner Heights Rd. Stockton 209-956-3400 Wine Country Care Center 321 W. Turner Rd. Lodi 209-334-3760

Rio Las Palmas 877 E. March Lane Stockton 209-957-4711 Somerford Place

3530 Deer Park Dr. Stockton 209-951-6500

Cancer Centers

Ben Schaffer’s Cancer Institute 311 S. Ham Lane Lodi 209-365-1761

Cardiology

Delta Heart Medical Clinic

1801 March Ln., Suite A 170 Stockton 209-951-9884

Lodi Memorial Community Clinics Trinity Multi-Specialty Steven LaViola, M.D. 10200 Trinity Parkway Stockton 209-948-0808 www.lodihealth.org

Pacific Heart & Vascular

1801 E. March Ln. Ste. D400 Stockton 209-464-3615

Pacific Heart & Vascular

845 S. Fairmont Ave. Ste. 11 Lodi 209-334-0651

San Joaquin Cardiology Medical Group

2800 N. California St. Stockton 209-942-1005


San Joaquin County healthcare Guide St. Joseph’s Medical Center 1800 N. California St. Stockton 209-943-2000 www.StJosephsCares.org

Stockton Cardiology Medical Group

415 E. Harding Way, Ste. D Stockton 209-944-5750

Chiropractic

Christopher Schlenger, DC

Premier Chiropractic 5380 West Lane, Suite A Stockton, California 95210 209-477-7777

Dinh V. Le DC 7743 West Ln. Ste. B2 Stockton 209-952-1883 Ito Chiropractic Clinic

1746 Grand Canal Blvd. Ste. 8 Stockton 209-473-3308

Kevin Stewart DC

1420 W. Kettleman Ln, Suite K-1 Lodi 209-368-0619 bestyoucanfeel.com

Lathrop Chiropractic Dr. Jon Serafin

16972 Harlan Rd. Lathrop, CA  95330

Manteca Family Chiropractic

965 E. Yosemite Ave. Ste. 9 Manteca 209-239-2121

Peter Huber DC

|5 Lodi Memorial Community Clinics Trinity Multi-Specialty 10200 Trinity Parkway Stockton 209-948-0808 www.lodihealth.org

1502 Saint Marks Plz., Ste. 4 Stockton 209-957-6555

Vine Multi-Specialty 1235 W. Vine St., Suite 22 Lodi 209-334-8520

Shapiro Chiropractic 2333 W. March Lane Ste. B-4 Stockton 209-888-8602

www.lodihealth.org

Stockton Family Chiropractic

3020 Pacific Ave. Stockton 209-466-1234

Clinics & Medical Facilities

Dialysis of Stockton

1801 E. March Ln., Suite A100 Stockton 209-473-6890

Kaiser Permanente Medical Offices

7373 West Ln. Stockton 209-476-2000

Millsbridge Multi-Specialty 1901 W. Kettleman Ln., Suite 200 Lodi 209-334-8540 www.lodihealth.org

Recovery Hospital Therapy

3215 N. California St. Stockton 209-464-6016

Renal Advantage

2350 N. California St. Stockton 209-943-0854

Renal Advantage

3115 W. March Ln. Ste. A Stockton 209-955-7527

St. Teresa  Comprehensive Cancer Center 4722 Quail Lakes Dr. Ste. B Stockton 209-472-1848

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Stockton Medical Plaza 2545 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-957-7050

Tokay Dialysis Center 312 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi 209-369-5418

Women’s Laser Surgery Center

999 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi 209-334-1800

Dental

Associated Dental Practice

4534 Precissi Ln. Ste. A Stockton 209-957-8940

Bright Dental

541 S. Ham Ln. Ste. C Lodi 209-333-9888


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San Joaquin County healthCare Guide

10 Ways to Reduce Cancer Risk There’s no sure-fire way to avoid cancer, but experts say there are a few basic steps that can significantly cut your risk. By Matthew M. F. Miller CTW Features

servings of fruits and vegetables daily because they are loaded with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other substances that lower the risk of cancer. In recent years, some studies have indicated that the association between eating fruits and vegetables and lower cancer risk isn’t as strong as once thought. Most experts still believe that a plant-based diet is one of the best ways to protect overall health. 3. Limit fat in the diet: Studies suggest that high-fat diets or 1. Don’t smoke: The risk of high intakes of certain types of fat may smoking-related cancers increases with the length of time a person has be linked to several types of cancer, including colon, lung and postmenosmoked and the number of cigarettes pausal breast cancer. The reason may smoked. The most common cancer associated with smoking is lung cancer, be that high-fat diets tend to be higher in calories and increase the risk of the leading cause of cancer death obesity. More study is needed to better among American women and men. understand which types of fat should Quitting smoking reduces the risk of be avoided and how much of each lung and other cancers – regardless of the number of years of smoking. alters cancer risk. Current guidelines recommend 2. Eat fruits and vegetables: keeping fat intake between 20 and 30 The American Cancer Society recommends eating at least five percent of total daily calories, with

From antioxidant-rich foods to hormone therapies to all-natural cleanses, there are countless cancerfighting promises on the market today. According to experts, however, there are a few basic rules when trying to limit your risk factors. These ten steps, provided by the Mayo Clinic Women’s Health Source, will help you do all you can do to stay cancer-free.

most fats coming from sources of polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats, such as fish, nuts and vegetable oils. 4. Maintain a healthy weight: Being overweight or obese can increase the risk of postmenopausal breast cancer as well as cancers of the colon, endometrium, esophagus and kidney. There’s evidence that obesity increases the risk of cancers of the prostate, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, stomach, ovary and cervix. Some studies estimate that excess weight is a factor in 14 to 20 percent of all cancer-related deaths in American adults. 5. Be physically active: Evidence increasingly suggests that people who are physically active have lower risk of some cancers than those who are more sedentary. From 45 to 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous activity a day, on most days of the week, is considered optimal to reduce the risk of breast and colorectal cancers. 6. Curb alcohol consumption: Alcohol consumption increases the risks of cancers of the mouth, pharynx, larynx, esophagus, liver, colon and rectum. Women should limit themselves to no more than one alcoholic beverage a day. Men should have no more than two. 7. Limit exposure to radiation: Ultraviolet (UV) radiation, which comes from the sun, sunlamps or commercial tanning beds, is the

primary cause of skin cancer, the most common of all cancers. 8. Protect against infection: Infections caused by viruses are recognized as risk factors for several types of cancer. Human papillomavirus (HPV), a sexually transmitted disease, is the most common cause of cervical cancer. Chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C increase the risk of liver cancer. They are most often spread through contact with contaminated blood, from contaminated needles or by having unprotected sex. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the virus that causes AIDS, also increases the risk of several types of cancer. It’s most commonly transmitted by unprotected sex or sharing of needles. 9. Consider chemoprevention: Chemoprevention is the use of natural or synthetic compounds to reduce the risk of cancer or its recurrence. Tamoxifen, prescribed to prevent breast cancer in high-risk women, is the best known chemoprevention agent. A caution: chemoprevention drugs can have serious side effects. 10. Get recommended screening exams: Pap tests, mammograms, colonoscopies and other routine screenings can’t prevent cancer. But screenings can help find cancers early, when treatment is most likely to be successful. © CTW Features


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8| Brookside Orthodontics 3427 Deer Park Dr., Ste. D Stockton 209-476-8858 Daniel C. Dozier DDS

2509 W. March Ln. Ste. 100 Stockton 209-957-9000

Delgado Dental Group

8 W. Swain Rd. Stockton 209-474-8888

Delta Endodontics

1816 W. Kettleman Ln. Ste. C Lodi 209-334-2574

Delta Endodontics

3427 Deer Park Dr. #A Stockton 209-478-2252

Edward T. Graham DDS

602 Lincoln Ctr. Stockton 209-477-4089

Gary J. Silva DDS

1205 W. Vine St. #18 Lodi 209-369-0294

San Joaquin County healthcare Guide Gary Sakai Inc.

3031 W. March Ln. Ste. 130 Stockton 209-951-0673

Gentle Dental Stockton

555 W. Benjamin Holt Dr. Ste. 100 Stockton 209-473-7888

Henry Vu, DDS

1420 S. Mills Ave., Suite D Lodi, CA 95242 209 369-3617 3031 W. March Lane, Suite 206 Stockton, CA 95219 209 952-8000

Henry C. Zastrow DDS

700 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi 209-333-2900

Image Dental

3453 Brookside Rd. #A Stockton 209-955-1500

Innovation Dental Group

702 Porter Ave. Stockton 209-478-9648

James Rore DDS

Kevin Wong DDS

Paul Teranishi DDS

4255 Pacific Ave., Suite 12 Stockton 209-477-0222

431 S. Ham Ln. Ste. D Lodi 209-334-4536

612 W. 11th St. Tracy 209-835-8408

Jeffery C. Payne DDS

Kid’s Care Dental Group

Quail Lakes Dental Care

525 S. Fairmont Ave. Ste. B Lodi 209-333-1238

3485 Brookside Rd. #101 Stockton 209-957-4386

4565 Quail Lakes Dr. #A2 Stockton 209-473-3990

Jeffery C. Payne DDS

Lakeview Dental Care

Ronald S. Noriesta DDS

756 Porter Ave. #400 Stockton 209-951-6387

John E. Blades DDS 6529 Inglewood Ave. Ste. B2 Stockton 209-957-5885

Joseph G. Giulian DDS

1600 W. Yosemite Ave Manteca 209-823-9371

Joseph H. Gums DDS 301 S. Ham Ln. Ste. B Lodi 209-333-8537

Kevin L. Fleming DDS

828 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi 209-369-8218

2389 W. March Ln. #1 Stockton 209-477-0278

3031 W. March Ln. #340E Stockton 209-472-7500

Lance E. Turner DDS, Inc.

William Ross DDS

816 W. Lodi Ave. Lodi 209-369-2681

www.lodi-dentist.com

Mark Chao, DDS

1420 S. Mills Ave., Ste. D Lodi, CA 95242 209 369-3617 3031 W. March Ln., Ste. 206 Stockton, CA 95219 209 952-8000

Patrick T. Sweeney DDS

1101 W. Tokay St. #2 Lodi 209-334-0760

2043 E. Fremont St. Ste. 8 Stockton 209-466-5000

San Joaquin Valley Dental

230 N. California St. Stockton 209-940-7200

Sergio Vicuna DDS

3031 W. March Ln. #340E Stockton 209-478-2794

Steve Ensminger Inc.

525 S. Fairmont Ave., Ste. F Lodi 209-369-1051

Steven F. Brizendine Inc.

525 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi 209-368-5101

Stockton Dental Group

1036 W. Robinhood Dr. Stockton 209-956-9650

Todd A. Franklin DDS

1208 W. Tokay St. Lodi 209-334-4370

smiles@toddfranklindds.com

Wellcare Dental

1036 W. Robinhood Dr. Stockton 209-956-9650

Dermatology

Central Valley Dermatology

296 N. Cottage Manteca 209-239-2901

Gerald Bock MD FAAD

999 S. Fairmont Ave. Ste. 120 Lodi 209-333-1382


San Joaquin County healthcare Guide Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Rajnish Gupta, M.D. 2545 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-957-3821

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Roland Hart, M.D. 2545 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-957-3821

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

423 N. Lincoln Center Stockton 209-477-4546

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

1617 Saint Marks Plaza Stockton 209-956-4260

Endocrinology

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

James Rooke, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-943-2041

Lodi Memorial Community Clinics Vine Multi-Specialty Frank Huang, M.D. 1235 W. Vine St., Suite 22 Lodi 209-334-8520 www.lodihealth.org

Family Medicine

James Holmes, M.D

1502 St Mark’s Plaza #5 Stockton 209-466-8683

Lodi Memorial Community Clinics Trinity Multi-Specialty Vijay Mirmira, M.D. Gary Nahl, M.D. Dawnette Person, FNP 10200 Trinity Parkway Stockton 209-948-0808 www.lodihealth.org

|9 Millsbridge Multi-Specialty Edmund Freund, M.D. Victor Gellineau, M.D. James Grady, M.D. Harvey Hashimoto, M.D. Vijay Mirmira, M.D. Kenneth Mullen, M.D. Denise Ngyuyen, M.D. Dani Bassett, FNP 1901 W. Kettleman Ln., Suite 200 Lodi 209-334-8540 www.lodihealth.org

San Joaquin General Hospital

500 W. Hospital Rd. French Camp 209-468-6280

Dignity Health Medical Group 3132 W. March Lane Stockton 209-475-5500 www.StJosephsMedGroup.org

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Kiana Cox, M.D 1300 W. Lodi Ave, Suite P Lodi 209-366-1990

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Samina Qamar, M.D. 1300 W. Lodi Ave, Suite P Lodi 209-366-1990

Paul Sackschewsky M.D. 1335 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi 209-366-2007

John Bylsma, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-957-7050

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Jonathan Schafer, M.D. 1300 W. Lodi Ave, Suite P Lodi 209-366-1990

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Richard Yee, M.D. 1300 W. Lodi Ave, Suite P Lodi 209-366-1990

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Syed S. Ali, M.D. 1335 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi 209-366-2007

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

David Duncan, M.D. 1335 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi 209-366-2007

M. Elena Saluta-Ferrer, M.D. 1335 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi 209-366-2007

Carlos Delgado, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-957-7050


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SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY HEALTHCARE GUIDE

Secrets to a Healthy Pregnant Body Think about the future of your figure to ensure the healthiest body for delivery By Anna Sachse CTW Features

If you’re pregnant or planning to become pregnant and you’re already looking for a book about how to get your pre-baby body back, Does This Pregnancy Make Me Look Fat? The Essential Guide to Loving Your Body Before and After Baby (HCI, 2009) is not for you. Or maybe it is – just not in the way you were expecting. This friendly but honest book contains no diet tips or exercise routines to get you “back” to where you were before. Instead, authors and beauty activists Claire Mysko (a body image expert and mom) and Magali Amadeï (an acclaimed fashion model and mom) want new mothers to set their sights on the future by striving for the same healthy body image that they would hope to invest within their children. Here Mysako weighs in on how to feel your best about your body, yourself and your role as a mom.

What can a woman do to increase the probability that she will have a healthy body and body image while pregnant? We really advise women to get away from the weight-loss mentality before they get pregnant. What happens often when women are chronic dieters is

that when they do get pregnant and are off their diet plan, they don’t actually know how to nourish themselves. This is a really unhealthy place to be during pregnancy and when you’re a new mom. We encourage women to think about what health means beyond the scale, and what attitudes they want to pass along to their children about food and exercise. Do you want to teach your children that exercise is about burning calories so that they can mold their bodies into a specific size? Or do you want them to enjoy the movement and activity? Follow your own lessons.

Many moms-to-be get anxious about increasing clothing sizes and escalating numbers on the scale – what advice do you have for them? Try to shift the focus away from the scale and appearance, and instead appreciate your body for what it’s doing. If you know those numbers could trigger negative thoughts for you, don’t have them in your face all the time. Both Magali and I decided to take the scale out of the equation entirely. There’s really no reason that I need to track my own weight gain and loss, so I told my OB that I didn’t care to know the number unless there was a health issue we needed to discuss. You can also make clothing sizes less of an

issue by packing up the smaller ones, like those skinny jeans, before you have to think about it.

What would you say to pregnant women who have concerns about their changing bodies, but think that voicing their fears makes them look “bad”? Stop being so hard on yourself. Some women love every minute of pregnancy, some hate it from start to

finish, and then there’s those in the middle who sometimes feel beautiful and sometimes don’t. Yes, the goal is having a healthy body image, but we don’t want women to think that they will screw everything up if they don’t feel wonderful about themselves every day. Nobody’s perfect. The most important thing is that you’re actively working to confront your issues. It may be comforting to talk about your concerns with other women who can offer realistic perspectives.


San Joaquin County healthcare Guide Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

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Brian E. Ecker, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-957-7050

Michael Shi, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-957-7050

Daan Ren, M.D. 2151 W.Grant Line Road Tracy 209-832-0535

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Steven J. Nelson, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-957-7050

Walter Wager, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-957-7050

I-Hsuan Shen, D.O. 2151 W.Grant Line Rd. Tracy 209-832-0535

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

James Ngo, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-957-7050

Priya Kandaswamy, M.D. 830 S. Ham Lane, Suite 28 Lodi 209-366-2008

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Barbara B. Rankin, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-957-7050

Kira Stammler, M.D. 830 S. Ham Lane, Suite 28 Lodi 209-366-2008

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Tatyana Sarkisova, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-957-7050

Saira Khan, M.D. 2151 W. Grant Line Road Tracy 209-832-0535

However, avoid getting caught up in a negative, unproductive feedback loop where you’re simply comparing how much you, say, hate your saggy stomach or your huge thighs. That surface-level anxiety is often linked to deeper insecurities like loss of control, perfectionism and issues from our own childhood, and that’s what we really need to be dealing with.

How can women with expanding bellies respond to insensitive comments from strangers, friends, partners, etc.? You don’t have much control over what other people will do or say, but you can be somewhat prepared by setting clear boundaries and committing to not getting into conversations that will be hard for you. If someone asks how much you weigh, you can say “I’m not comfortable talking about that” or “I have no idea,” and then start talking about something else, like how excited you are about the baby.

Khosrow Vakhshouri, M.D. 2151 W. Grant Line Rd. Tracy 209-832-0535

Health Insurance

Delta Health Care

4662 Precissi Ln. Stockton 209-951-0877

What are some tips for feeling beautiful as the belly grows? Our book has a whole chapter on style and beauty, including shopping tips, for both pregnant women and new moms. (For example, get unique, affordable pieces you can alter at vintage stores or online at Rustyzipper.com and Mamastonevintage.com.) You’ll likely have less clothing options to work with due to your shifting shape, but you can change up your outfits with fun accessories like jewelry, scarves, shoes, bags and belts. Many women we spoke with also said that getting a new haircut or French tips helped boost their body confidence.

Any last words for the woman who might have thought she wanted a guide to getting her pre-baby body back? Childbirth itself is the biggest workout of your life. Appreciate what you’ve accomplished – your baby came from this body. © CTW Features


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San Joaquin County healthcare Guide Health Plan of San Joaquin

Poseys Hearing Aid Center

7751 S. Manthey Rd. Stockton 209-942-6300

714 W. Lodi Ave. Lodi 209-333-0338

Humana Medicare

www.poseyshearingaid.com

Toll Free: 866-846-6983 www.humana-medicare.com

Hearing Aids

American Hearing Aids 880 W. Benjamin Holt Dr. Lincoln Center South Stockton 209-952-9950 Better Hearing Center

1231 W. Robinhood Dr., Ste. A2 Stockton 209-957-1744 www.betterhearingcenter.com

Hearing Services Center

1101 W. Tokay St. Ste. 4 Lodi 209-368-9222

www.hearingservicescenter.net

McDonald Hearing Aid Center

Raley’s shopping center 363 S. Lower Sacramento Rd. Ste. B Lodi 209-642-4513

Poseys Hearing Aid Center

1545 St. Mark’s Plaza, Ste. 6 Stockton 209-477-9181

Sutter Hearing Aid Center

2633 Pacific Ave. #2 Stockton 209-466-2443

Stockton Hearing & Speech Center 4623 Quail Lakes Drive Stockton 209-951-6491 University of the Pacific Hearing & Balance Center

757 Brookside Rd. Stockton 209-946-7378

Wesson Hearing Aid

1079 Eucalyptus Street Manteca 209-823-2107

Home Healthcare

Apexcare

1803 W. March Ln. Suite 9 Stockton 209-478-1206 www.apexcare.com

Apria Healthcare

7514 Murray Dr. Stockton 209-475-6860

Arcadia Healthcare

4561 Quail Lakes Dr. Stockton 209-477-9480 www.arcadiacare.com

Comfort Helpers

6333 Pacific Ave. #360 Stockton 209-298-6473

Dameron Hospital Home Health Care Service 525 W. Acacia Stockton 209-461-3103 Home Instead Senior Care 1151 W. Robinhood Dr. Suite #B-7 Stockton 95207 www.homeinstead.com/284

Home Oxygen Company

563 E. Harding Way 209-523-0202

Lodi Memorial Hospital Lodi 209-333-3131 Provident Care

209-578-1210 800-632-4663

Remolona Family Guest Home

360 Button Ave. Manteca 209-823-9122

The Senior’s Choice

1806 Kettleman Ln., Ste. L Lodi 209-369-7712


San Joaquin County healthcare Guide St. Joseph’s Home Health Care

504 W. Weber Ave., Ste. 200 Stockton 209-473-6700

Tri Valley Home Health Care

37 W. Yokuts Ave. Ste. C2 Stockton 209-957-0708

Unity Home Care

211 East March Ln., Ste. H Stockton 209-451-4065

US Healthworks of California

3663 Arch Rd. #400 Stockton 209-943-2202

Visiting Angels 1545 Saint Marks Plz. Ste. 1B Stockton 209-952-3585

Hospice

Aseracare Hospice

2529 March Ln., Ste. 101 Stockton 209-474-8349 www.aseracare.com

Community Hospice Inc 2105 W. March Ln. Ste. 2 Stockton  209-477-6300 www.HospiceHeart.org

Hospice of San Joaquin

3888 Pacific Ave. Stockton 209-957-3888 www.hospicesj.org

| 13 San Joaquin County Mental Health

1212 N. California St. Stockton 209-468-8700 www.sjcbhs.org

Hospitals

San Joaquin General Hospital

Ambulatory Surgery Center

500 W. Hospital Rd. French Camp 209-468-6000

www.ascstockton.com

St. Joseph’s Medical Center 1800 N. California St. Stockton 209-943-2000

2388 N. California St. Stockton 209-944-9100

Dameron Hospital 525 W. Acacia St. #1 Stockton 209-944-5550 www.dameron-hosp.com

Doctors Hospital of Manteca 1205 E. North St. Manteca 209-823-3111 www.doctorsmanteca.com

Lodi Memorial Hospital 1115 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi 209-339-7575 Lodi Memorial Hospital 1235 W. Vine St. Lodi 209-339-7600

www.StJosephsCares.org

St. Joseph’s Manteca 1341 Historical Plaza Wy. Manteca 209-824-1893 Sutter Tracy Community Hospital

1420 N. Tracy Blvd. Tracy 209-835-1500

Imaging Services

Manteca Imaging Center A department of Doctors Hospital of Manteca 1136 Norman Drive Manteca 209-823-1504

Internal Medicine

San Joaquin General Hospital

500 W. Hospital Rd. French Camp 209-468-6280

Dignity Health Medical Group 3132 W. March Ln. Stockton 209-475-5500 www.StJosephsMedGroup.org

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

999 S. Fairmont Ave. Ste. 130 Lodi 209-366-2001


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Medical Care Equipment & Furnishings

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

American Med

2505 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-954-3370

2216 N. California St. Stockton 209-938-0833

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation Robert Williams, M.D. 2151 W. Grant Line Rd. Tracy 209-832-0535

Laboratories HealthCare Clinical Laboratories 2102 N. California Street Stockton 209-467-6430 www.hccl.com

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation 2505 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-550-4760

Apria Healthcare 7514 Murray Dr. Stockton 209-475-6860

DCA Scooters 315 N. California St, Lodi 209-333-0707

Daniger Furniture 4 W. Lodi Avenue Lodi 209-368-0107 www.danigerfurniture.com

Ehler’s Health Supply 217 N. Sacramento Street Lodi 209-334-4407

Ehler’s Health Supply 611 W. Grider Way Stockton 209-476-0812

Home Oxygen Company 563 East Harding Way 209-523-0202

Lodi Memorial Hospital 1115 S. Fairmont St., Suite 1 Lodi 209-339-7610

Wheelchair Center 3137 Tomahawk Dr. Stockton 209-467-1173 www.wheelchaircenter.com

Mental Health Services Delta Behavioral Assoc 1110 W. Kettleman Ln. Ste. 28 Lodi 209-368-2532

Educational Psychology 1810 Grand Canal Blvd. Ste. 1 Stockton 209-474-6623

Modern Therapies For Mind & Soul 1423 N. Tracy Blvd. Tracy 209-835-4043

Pacific Sleep Disorders Center 1470 Bessie Ave. Tracy 209-835-1163

Robert Bailey Psychotherapy 2291 W. March Ln., Ste. D200 Stockton 209-951-3322

San Joaquin County Mental Health Services 1212 N California St. Stockton 209-468-8700

St. Joseph’s Behavioral Health Center 2510 N. California St. Stockton 209-461-2000 www.StJosephsCanHelp.org


San Joaquin County healthcare Guide Valley Community Counseling 129 E. Center St. Ste. 3 Manteca 209-239-1249

MRI Valley MRI and Radiology, Inc. 546 E. Pine St., Stockton 209-467-1000 801 S. Ham Ln. Q & R, Lodi 209-366-1060

Neurology Sutter Gould Medical Foundation Jacqueline Chan, M.D. 447 Eaton Ave. Tracy 209-830-4062

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation 447 Eaton Ave. Tracy 209-830-4062

Jeffrey R. Levin, M.D., FAAN 1541 Florida Ave. Suite 300 Modesto 209-521-0767

Lodi Memorial Community Clinics Vine Multi-Specialty Welping Yao, M.D. 1235 W. Vine St., Suite 22 Lodi 209-334-8520 www.lodihealth.org

Obstetrics and Gynecology Athena Medical Center For Women 321 Cherry Ln. Manteca 209-825-5484

Gill Obstetrics & Gynecology 1617 N. California St., Ste. 2A Stockton 209-466-8546 435 E. Harding Way Stockton 209-464-4796 2509 W. March Lane Stockton 209-957-1000 1234 E. North Street , Ste 102 Manteca 209-824-2202 999 S. Fairmont Street Lodi 209-334-4924

| 15 St. Joseph’s Medical Center 1800 N. California St. Stockton 209-943-2000 www.StJosephsCares.org

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Robert Howen, M.D. 999 S. Fairmont Ave., Ste. 200 Lodi 209-334-3333

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Carol Nakashima, M.D. 999 S. Fairmont Ave., Ste. 200 Lodi 209-334-3333

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Leslie Sackschewsky, M.D. 999 S. Fairmont Ave, Ste. 200 Lodi 209-334-3333

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

P. Adam Dodd, M.D. 999 S. Fairmont Ave, Ste. 200 Lodi 209-334-3333

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Joseph A. Redding, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-948-5940

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

George Savage, M.D. 2545 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-948-5940

Patrick L. Snyder, M.D. 2545 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-948-5940

Poonamalee Malika, M.D. 1407 N. Tracy Blvd. Tracy 209-835-0100


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What’s the big deal between women’s and men’s health? A lot By Deborah Douglas CTW Features

While we may all be created equal, we’re not created equally, and that has huge implications for our health and well-being. Thankfully, researchers have begun to factor women’s health differences into the development of new products, drugs and therapies. Here are some factors that make a big difference in our lives. Sherry Marts, Ph.D., scientific director at the Society of Women’s Health Research in Washington, D.C., explains. 1. After consuming the same amount of alcohol, women have a higher blood-alcohol content than men, even when you allow for size differences. Alcohol is absorbed through the stomach, and women’s stomachs empty slower than men’s. And women produce less of the enzyme that breaks down alcohol – alcohol deydrogenase – causing them to reach a higher bloodalcohol level. 2. Women who smoke are 20 percent to 70 percent more likely to develop lung cancer than men

who smoke the same number of cigarettes. Scientists don’t know why yet, but evidence suggests that women are expressing a gene that predisposes them to lung cancer. It’s more important for women and girls to never start smoking. Although it helps to quit, you may never recover from the initial lung damage that occurs from that first pack of cigarettes. 3. Women tend to wake up from anesthesia more quickly than men. This is just one example of how men and women respond differently to medical treatments. By paying attention to them, we can improve the health of men and women. 4. Pain medications, known as kappa-opiates, are far more effective in relieving pain in women than in men. Drug companies and researchers are finding more and more differences in how women and men respond to pain and pain relief. For example, evidence

suggests that ibuprofen doesn’t relieve pain for women as well as it does for men. 5. Women are more likely than men to suffer a second heart attack within one year of their first. This is partly because women tend to have heart attacks at older ages (60s and 70s, compared with the 50s and 60s for men). A woman’s heart-attack symptoms may go unrecognized longer than men’s. That’s why - while you’re still young - you should explore your family’s history of heart disease, assess your risk, talk to your doctor, and take control by living a healthy lifestyle whether you’re 25, 35 or 45. 6. The same drug can cause different reactions and different

side effects in women and men – even common drugs such as antihistamines and antibiotics. Ultimately, this knowledge will help drug companies offer better medications and formulations specifically for women or men, thanks to a new dedication to understanding gender differences. 7. Women have stronger immune systems to protect them from disease, but they are more likely to get autoimmune diseases (where the body attacks its own tissues) such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, scleroderma and multiple sclerosis. These diseases are difficult to diagnose because the symptoms are vague and come and go. Family history is one key to diagnosing automimmune diseases, and you


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should keep in mind that a family member may have suffered from a different type of autoimmune condition, such as rheumatoid arthritis or lupus. 8. During unprotected intercourse with an infected partner, women are two times more likely than men to contract a sexually transmitted disease and 10 times more likely to contract HIV. Practice safe sex. Need we say more? If he won’t use a condom, take matters into your own hands, or don’t do it. Moreover, understand your vaginal environment, and don’t ignore those merely “bothersome” infections that could predispose you to more harmful infections later. 9. Depression is two to three times more common in women than in men, in part because women’s brains produce less of the hormone serotonin. Women tend to be more open about their feelings, so it could be that women are diagnosed more often because they’re more willing to recognize symptoms of

depression. This is a good thing. Know the symptoms (including changes in eating patterns, weight gain, weight loss, insomnia, too much sleep). And know that depression is a biological disorder. We don’t criticize diabetics for being unable to produce insulin, and depression is a disease with a biochemical basis. 10. After menopause women lose more bone mass than men, which is why 80 percent of people with osteoporosis are women. Childhood. Osteoporosis is a disease that starts in childhood when children don’t consume enough calcium or vitamins, which encourage calcium absorption. Make sure your kids drink enough milk and eat balanced meals. If your kids are lactose intolerant, alternatives include lactase-free milk or calciumfortified orange juice. Get your kids (and yourself) involved in weight-bearing exercises now so they’ll have healthy, strong bodies later. Copyright © CTW Features

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Nam Nguyen, M.D. 1407 N. Tracy Blvd. Tracy 209-835-0100

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Olga Thorne, M.D. 1407 N. Tracy Blvd. Tracy 209-835-0100

Occupational Therapy

Sutter Tracy Community Hospital

1420 N. Tracy Blvd. Tracy 209-835-1500


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Oncology

St. Joseph’s Medical Center 1800 N. California St. Stockton 209-943-2000 www.StJosephsCares.org

Ophthalmology

Delta Eye Medical Group

1617 St. Mark’s Plaza, Ste D Stockton 209-478-1797 521 S. Ham Lane, Ste A Lodi 209-334-5886 2160 W. Grant Line Road, Ste 100 Tracy 209-835-2277

Zeiter Eye Medical Group 255 E. Weber Ave. Stockton 1630 W. Yosemite #3 Manteca 421 S. Ham Ln. #A, Lodi 36 W. 10th St., Tracy 14550 Mono Way Sonora 209-727-4503

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Optometry

Advanced Optometry

1210 W. Tokay St. Lodi 209-334-2626

Almond Blossom Optometry

423 W. Main St. Ripon 209-599-3115

Beckman Optometry

621 S. Ham Ln. Ste. C Lodi 209-367-1000

Brookside Optometric Group

3133 W. March Ln. Ste. 2020 Stockton 209-951-0820

Burke Optometry

441 S. Ham Lane Ste. B Lodi 209-224-5454

Eaton Optometric Group

4598 S. Tracy Blvd. Ste. 130 Tracy 209-835-1181

Escalon Optometry

1555 Viking St. Escalon 209-838-7263

Eye Designs Optometry

400 E. Kettleman Ln. Lodi 209-333-2221

Floyd E. Zastrow OD

421 S. Ham Lane, Suite A Lodi 209-369-2078

Glasses To Go

1101 E. March Ln. Ste. O Stockton 209-957-8000

Harder Optometry

1079 Eucalyptus St. Manteca 209-823-8329

Jonathan Loo, OD

1111 W. Robinhood Dr., Suite L Stockton 209-952-0821

Lincoln Optometry

715 Lincoln Ctr. Stockton 209-477-0726


San Joaquin County healthcare Guide Lodi Optometry Group

421 S. Ham Ln. Ste. B Lodi 209-368-5352

Meyers Optical

858 W. Benjamin Holt Dr. Stockton 209-476-0913

Midtown Optometry

1036 W. Robinhood Dr. Ste. 105 Stockton 209-951-3693

Robert Dupree Inc.

400 S. Fairmont Ave. Lodi 209-334-0551

Stockton Optometry Group

715 Lincoln Ctr. Stockton 209-951-2020

Tracy Optometry Group 36 W. 10th St. Tracy 209-835-7446

Vision Excellence

801 S. Fairmont Ave. Ste. 5 Lodi 209-334-2020

Walter J. Williams OD

1101 E. March Ln. Stockton 209-952-8229

Zeiter Eye Medical Group 255 E. Weber Ave. Stockton 1630 W. Yosemite #3 Manteca 421 S. Ham Ln. #A Lodi 36 W. 10th St. Tracy 14550 Mono Way Sonora 209-727-4503

Orthopedics

Alpine Orthopaedic Medical Group, Inc. and Spine Center 2488 N. California St. Stockton 209-946-3333 Appointment Line: 209-948-7200 Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

D. Scott Bethune, M.D. 2545 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-948-1641

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Craig Bottke, M.D. 2545 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-948-1641

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Jerry Crooks, M.D. 2545 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-948-1641

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Victor Macko, M.D. 2545 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-948-1641

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Kevin Mikaelian, M.D. 2545 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-948-1641

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Ronald Robinson, M.D. 2545 W. Hammer Lane Stockton 209-948-1641

Outpatient Nutrition Counseling

Lodi Memorial Community Clinics Vine Multi-Specialty 1235 W. Vine St., Suite 22 Lodi 209-334-8520 www.lodihealth.org

Pediatrics

Bayside Pediatrics

4598 S. Tracy Blvd. Ste. 110 Tracy 209-839-1432

Lodi Children’s Clinic

1920 Tienda Dr. Lodi 209-368-8310

Pediatric Association of Stockton

89 W. March Ln. Stockton 209-478-2622

San Joaquin General Hospital Pediatrics

500 W. Hospital Rd. French Camp 209-468-2066

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Karen Buchler, M.D. 1300 W. Lodi Ave.Ste. P Lodi 209-369-7493

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Abelardo Mayo, M.D. 1300 W. Lodi Ave.Ste. P Lodi 209-369-7493

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Avinder Thiara, M.D. 1300 W. Lodi Ave.Ste. P Lodi 209-369-7493

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Margarita G. Nosce, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-944-9799

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Eileen Primero, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-944-9799

William West, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-944-9799

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Surinder Raron, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-944-9799

Daisy Jones, D.O. 2151 Grant Line Road, Tracy 209-832-0535

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Pharmacies and Drug Stores

Helen D. Reyes, M.D. 2505 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-944-9799

Carepoint Pharmacy

73 W. March Ln. Ste. D Stockton 209-957-2295


20 |  Charter Way Pharmacy

201 W. Charter Way Stockton 209-466-2223

Dameron Pharmacy

420 W. Acacia St. Ste. 4 Stockton 209-466-2954

Doug’s El Dorado Drug Store

San Joaquin County healthcare Guide Happell’s Pharmacy

1530 Waterloo Rd. Stockton 209-466-2522 www.happells.com

CVS Pharmacy

1000 W. Kettleman Ln. Lodi 209-368-2722

CVS Pharmacy

2005 E. Mariposa Rd. Stockton 209-464-7722

1201 W. Main St. Ripon 209-599-6090

Fremont Center Pharmacy

CVS Pharmacy

2525 E. Fremont St. Stockton 209-948-0546

1885 W. 11th St. Tracy 209-836-2300

March Lane Medical Pharmacy

Harold K. Reich’s Pharmacy & Medical

89 W. March Ln. #2 Stockton 209-870-2760

1940 Tracy Blvd Tracy 209-834-1383

Pacific Compounding Pharmacy

www.reichsmedical.com

Rite Aid

312 N. Lincoln Center Stockton 209-474-7271

6455 Pacific Ave. Stockton 209-472-8605

Pharmacy Care Concepts

Rite Aid

7720 Lorraine St. Stockton 209-957-8787

1050 N. Wilson Wy. Stockton 209-948-0950

Rite Aid

520 W. Lodi Ave. Lodi 209-368-5363

Rite Aid

Target

7932 N. El Dorado Stockton 209-478-2957

10424 Trinity Parkway Stockton 209-235-0252

Rx Express Pharmacy

Target

Smart Foods Pharmacy

Target

Stockton Pharmacy

16858 Golden Valley Pkwy. Lathrop 209-242-5041

711 E. Market St. Stockton 209-462-1465

4725 Quail Lakes Dr. Stockton 209-952-3599

3330 E. Main St. Stockton 209-466-0411

4707 Pacific Ave. Stockton 209-954-9178 2355 W. Kettleman Ln. Lodi 209-369-9371

Target


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22 |  Van Pharmacy

4502 N. Pershing Ave. Ste. A Stockton 209-478-9869

Walgreens

75 N. Ham Ln. Lodi 209-369-0798 www.walgreens.com

San Joaquin County healthcare Guide Walgreens

1071 N. Main St. Manteca 209-825-5477

Walgreens

678 N. Wilson Way Stockton 209-467-1852

Walgreens

Walmart

3223 E. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-473-8951

1205 South Main St. Manteca 209-824-2000

Walmart

Walmart

7850 West Ln. Stockton 209-473-9515

www.walgreens.com

www.walgreens.com

www.walgreens.com

Walgreens

Walgreens

Walgreens

15 W. Harding Way Stockton 209-941-2964

1830 W. 11th St. Tracy 209-832-1495

www.walgreens.com

www.walgreens.com

29 E. March Ln., Stockton 209-478-0891 www.walgreens.com

2350 W. Kettleman Ln. Lodi 209-368-6696

Walmart

3010 W. Grantline Rd. Tracy 209-836-5786


San Joaquin County healthcare Guide Waterfront Pharmacy 123 S. Commerce St. Stockton 209-463-7777

Weston Ranch Pharmacy 3526 Manthey Rd. Stockton 209-234-1020

Physical Therapy Advanced Physical Therapy 707 Lincoln Center Stockton 209-478-3900

Advanced Physical Therapy 1947 N. California St. Ste. B Stockton 209-464-5771

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Delta Physical Therapy

1110 W. Kettleman Ln. Ste. 13 Lodi 209-333-1696

2401 W. Turner Rd. Ste. 250 Lodi 209-334-2224

CA Orthopaedic Physical Therapy

Delta Physical Therapy

1822 W. Kettleman Ln., Ste. 1 Lodi 209-368-1678

Central Valley Physical Therapy 1716 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-473-2383

6735 Herndon Pl. Ste. A Stockton 209-952-0470

Lodi Physical Therapy Inc. 631 S. Ham Ln. Ste. B Lodi 209-368-7433

Manteca Physical Therapy 1041 N. Main St. Ste. A Manteca 209-239-4325

Meadowood at O’Connor Woods 3400 Wagner Heights Rd. Stockton 209-956-3400 N. California Physical Therapy 4629 Quail Lakes Dr. Stockton 209-956-5699

Nova Care 965 E. Yosemite Ave. Ste. 14 Manteca 209-823-3736

Nova Care 1973 N. Tracy Blvd. Tracy 209-833-9490

Pacific Athletic 5910 Pacific Ave. Stockton 209-475-1000


24 |  Pacific Athletic & Industrial Rehabilitation Center 548 W. Eaton Ave. Tracy 209-836-4765

Physiotherapy Associates Inc

San Joaquin County healthcare Guide Stockton Physical Therapy & Lymphedema Clinic 221 Tuxedo Ct. Ste. B Stockton  209-464-0200

Sutter Tracy Community Hospital

612 W. 11th St. Tracy 209-834-2314

1420 N. Tracy Blvd. Tracy 209-835-1500

Stockton Hand & Rehabilitation

Tokheim Corbett Physical Therapy

1919 Grand Canal Blvd. Ste. C4 Stockton 209-956-8737

1191 E. Yosemite Ave. Manteca 209-824-9888

Wagner Heights Nursing & Rehab

9289 Branstetter Pl. Stockton 209-477-5252

Podiatry

Brookside Podiatry Group

XCEL Orthopaedic Physical Therapy

3031 W. March Ln. Ste. 203W Stockton 209-956-2847

XCEL Orthopaedic Physical Therapy

1350 W. Robinhood Dr. Ste. 14 Stockton 209-473-1011

318 W. Main St. Ripon 209-599-7073

1429 W. Fremont St. Stockton 209-546-0944

Craig Garfolo DPM

David H. Grillo DPM

1341 W. Robinhood Dr. Ste. B6 Stockton 209-462-6285

Delta Podiatry Group Inc.

1205 N. Hunter St. Stockton 209-464-7367

Eaton Plaza Podiatry Group

445 W. Eaton Ave. Tracy 209-830-6738

Howard C. Miller DPM

1210 E. North St. Manteca 209-823-9378

Laser Foot Professional Group

3031 W. March Ln. Ste. 104 Stockton 209-473-2828

Lodi Podiatry Group

1300 W. Lodi Ave. Ste. W Lodi 209-334-6664

March Lane Podiatry

1810 Grand Canal Blvd. Ste. 2 Stockton 209-952-1612


San Joaquin County healthcare Guide Spectrum Medical

5250 Claremont Ave. Stockton 209-474-8020

Tracy Podiatry Group

1005 Parker Ave. Tracy 209-835-4276

Valley Podiatry

3031 W. March Ln. Ste. 310E Stockton 209-472-0800

Radiology

Valley MRI and Radiology, Inc.

546 E. Pine St. Stockton 209-467-1000 801 S. Ham Ln. Q & R Lodi 209-366-1060

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Rehabilitation Services

Delta Rehabilitation & Care Center

1334 S. Ham Ln. Lodi 209-334-3825

La Salette Health and Rehabilitation Center

537 E. Fulton Ave. Stockton 209-766-2066

Meadowood at O’Connor Woods 3400 Wagner Heights Rd. Stockton 209-956-3400 Valley Gardens Healthcare 1517 Knickerbocker Drive Stockton 209-957-4539 Wagner Heights Nursing and Rehabilitation

9289 Branstetter Pl. Stockton 209-477-5252

Retirement Living Communities

Commons at Union Ranch

2241 N. Union Rd. Manteca 209-463-9100 www.commonsatunionranch.com

Camlu Retirement Apartments

O’Connor Woods 3400 Wagner Heights Rd. Stockton 209-956-3400

Commons on Thornton

Rio Las Palmas 877 E. March Ln. Stockton 209-957-4711

6037 N. Pershing Ave. Stockton 209-951-2030

10711 Thornton Rd. Stockton 209-476-1500

www.commonsonthornton.com

www.riolaspalmasretirement.com


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Senior Services

San Joaquin County Department of Aging

102 S. San Joaquin St. Stockton 209-932-2613

San Joaquin County healthcare Guide Meadowood at O’Connor Woods 3400 Wagner Heights Rd. Stockton 209-956-3400

Speech Skilled Nursing Therapy Facilities

Gift of Speech

Golden Living Centers 4545 Shelley Ct. Stockton 209-477-0721 www.goldenliving.com

3031 W. March Ln. Ste. 217 Stockton 209-952-2588

Scottish Rite Childhood

33 W. Alpine Ave. Stockton 209-462-2613

Speech Therapy Assoc

1209 W. Tokay St. Lodi 209-334-0830

Stockton Hearing & Speech Center 4623 Quail Lakes Drive Stockton 209-951-6491 Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

1407 N. Tracy Blvd. Tracy 209-835-0100

Sutter Tracy Community Hospital

1420 N. Tracy Blvd. Tracy 209-835-1500

Surgery

Lodi Memorial Community Clinics Trinity Multi-Specialty Tom Fahey, M.D 10200 Trinity Parkway Stockton 209-948-0808 www.lodihealth.org

Vine Multi-Specialty 1235 W. Vine St., Suite 22 Lodi 209-334-8520 www.lodihealth.org

St. Joseph’s Medical Center 1800 N. California St. Stockton 209-943-2000 www.StJosephsCares.org

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

2800 N. California St. Stockton 209-462-1365

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

8011 Don Ave. Stockton 209-955-3001

Urgent Care

California Urgent Care

8001 Lorraine Ave Stockton 209-472-7400

Pacific Urgent Care

1782 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-475-9500


San Joaquin County healthcare Guide Lathrop Urgent Care

15810 S. Harlan Rd. Ste. A Lathrop 209-983-9000

Main Street Urgent Care

1040 N. Main St. Manteca 209-825-5155

St. Joseph’s Immediate Care 1801 E. March Ln. #D470 Stockton 209-954-3100 www.StJosephsCares.org

Stockton Urgent Care Medical Clinic 1148 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-952-9696 Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

2545 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-954-4040

Tracy Urgent Care 2160 Grant Line Rd. Tracy 209-832-8700

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10200 Trinity Pkwy. Stockton 209-955-1229

Urology

Lodi Memorial Community Clinics Trinity Multi-Specialty Gary Nahl, M.D. 10200 Trinity Parkway Stockton 209-948-0808 www.lodihealth.org

Vine Multi-Specialty Thomas Sorbera, M.D. 1235 W. Vine St., Suite 22 Lodi 209-334-8520 www.lodihealth.org

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Peter Garbeff, M.D. 2545 W. Hammer Ln. Stockton 209-941-0371

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Andrew Giem, M.D. 2545 W. Hammer Ln Stockton 209-941-0371

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Kurt Roemer, M.D. 2545 W. Hammer Ln Stockton 209-941-0371

Vascular Medicine

Pacific Heart & Vascular

1801 E. March Ln. Ste. D400 Stockton 209-464-3615

www.pacificheartandvascular.com

Pacific Heart & Vascular

845 S. Fairmont Ave. Ste. 11 Lodi 209-334-0651

www.pacificheartandvascular.com

Sutter Gould Medical Foundation

Dmitri Gelfand, M.D. 2545 W. Hammer Ln Stockton 209-941-0127


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