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At Fountain Valley Regional Hospital and Medical Center, our mission is to help people live happier, healthier lives.
As we seek to serve our patients, customers and communities — to provide an exceptional environment for our employees and affiliated physicians and an attractive return to our shareholders — we are guided by our mission and five core values:


Quality is at the core of everything we do and every decision we make.


We have a culture of innovation that creates new solutions for the challenges and opportunities in the healthcare system.


We have a culture of service that values teamwork and focuses on the needs of others.


We manage our business with integrity and the highest ethical standards.


We operate with transparency by sharing results and outcomes.
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Five Tips to Protect Your Eyes from the Sun
Watching a beautiful sunrise or sunset can make us feel good and provide some essential vitamin d, but how do you protect your eyes from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays? According to the American Academ y of Ophthalmology, eye doctors warn that continuous exposure to UV light can increase the risks of eye diseases, such as cataracts, growths on the eye and cancer. In colder climates, snow reflection exposure can also lead to eye damage, known as “snow blindness.”

Who’s affected?
Those individuals most at risk for growths on the eye include: surfers, skiers, fishermen, farmers, lifeguards, those who work outdoors, or anyone who spends long hours in the mid-day sun or in UV-intense conditions near rivers, oceans and mountains. Although cataract and cancers of the eye can take long periods to develop, each time a person is out in the sun without protection, they could be adding damage that increases their risk for these serious conditions.

Others who are at increased risk include people who have lighter eyes (blue, green, hazel), babies and children, people who have had cataract surgery, and those who take photosensitizing drugs that can increase risk of UV sensitivity. These can include certain antibiotics, birth control and estrogen pills, anti-malarial drugs, and psoriasis medications. Ask your doctor about possible side effects of any medicine you take.

To help you keep seeing clearly and maintain vision health, here are five important tips to protect your eyes from the sun all year long:

Wear UV-blocking sunglasses and broad-brimmed hats whenever you’re outside.
Clouds can be deceiving – the sun’s rays can pass through clouds and haze.
Never look directly at the sun. It can lead to solar retinopathy, which is damage to the retina by solar radiation.
Protect all ages. Babies, kids, teens, adults and older family members need to wear hats and UV-blocking sunglasses when they are outdoors.
Sunglasses should be labeled “100% UV Protection” and block both UV-A and UV-B rays. Also, choose the style that wraps around to protect the sides of your eyes from ultraviolet rays.
So next time you’re heading outside on a bright and sunny day or a cloudy one, grab your shades, hat and sunscreen, and make sure your loved ones do, too.

If you notice anything unusual with your vision or on your eye, talk to your doctor. For assistance finding a doctor, ophthalmologist or other specialist, complete the form on the page.


Let us help you find what you're looking for. Call us at (844) 673-4228 o
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Autism: Why Early Identification Is Important
Autism in the U.S. has increased by more than 119% from 2000 to 2010. According to a 2018 report by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), an estimated one in 59 births in the U.S. has autism or autis m spectrum disorder (ASD). Currently, more than 3.5 million Americans live with an ASD. What exactly does that mean and what are the signs parents should be aware of? Let’s find out.

What is Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)?

ASD is a complex developmental disability with signs that appear during early childhood. Because it impacts individuals differently across a variety of behaviors, it is called a “spectrum condition.”

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Get Wiser about Getting Older
As you age, the circumstances of your life and your body change, and so does what you need to do to stay healthy. Maintaining a healthy weight and activity level can be a challenge. You may lose muscl e, which can lead to frailty. Being underweight as you age can be as problematic as being overweight. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), eating nutrient-dense foods, controlling portion sizes, and varying your physical activity can help you maintain your strength and a healthy weight as you age.

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Fountain Valley's Regional Hospital Cardiology Department
Heart Care

Committed to heart care for more than 40 years

The experience, advanced technology and highly qualified staff of Fountain Valley Regional Hospital and Medical Center’s heart care prog ram allows us to provide you award-winning care.

Designated cardiac and stroke-neurology receiving center for Orange County
High-tech imaging and minimally invasive procedures with hybrid OR, interventional radiology and catheterization labs
Electrophysiology services for cardiac arrhythmias
Advanced operating rooms with both surgical and 3D imaging capabilities

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New Moms, check this out!!
Mothers & Newborn
Every Baby Story has a Beginning.
The birth of your baby is a huge milestone. Our labor and delivery team at Fountain Valley Regional Medical Center understands that every woman an d pregnancy is unique. Whether you just found out you’re pregnant or are just a few weeks away from the big day, we’ve got you covered, from pregnancy care to newborn baby care to pediatric care.

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Thank you to all Volunteers!!
For National Volunteer Week, we would like to thank our volunteers who help support our patients, families, and visitors. In 2018, our wonderful group provided over 42,000 hours of service! #FVRMCfam ily

“They may forget your name, but they will never forget how you made them feel.” –Maya Angelou
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Speech and Language Milestones
In the first three years of life, children have an intensive period of absorbing sights and sounds, including language. Yet speech and language develop more quickly for some children and more slowly f or others. As a parent, how do you know if your child is on track?

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12 Ways to Prevent Lower Back Pain
Taking steps to prevent lower back pain can help you avoid injuries that can take a long time to heal. Whether a chronic, dull ache or sharp sudden stab, lower back pain negatively affects quality of life.

Here are 12 things you can do that may help prevent lower back pain:

Pay attention when engaging in activities that you don’t do every day, such as yard work or moving furniture. A sudden movement or doing too much when you’re not used to it can create problems for your back. Always stretch before a workout or type of exercising activities.
Lift an object by standing as close to it as possible, spreading your feet to give you a wide base of support and lifting with your legs while tightening your stomach muscles. Don’t bend at the waist. If the object is too heavy for you, ask for help.
Don’t stand for long periods. If you do stand, line up your ears, shoulders, hips and hold in your stomach. It’s also helpful to rest one foot on a low stool and switch feet at least every 15 minutes.

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Quit the stinky habit!
Join us for a FREE 2-week series to quit tobacco! Tobacco Use Prevention Program (TUPP) collaborates with community agencies, health care organizations, hospitals, youth organizations, city officials and schools throughout Orange County to offer different modes of cessation services, tobacco education, and policy programs. TUPP was established to reduce tobacco use and exposure to environmental tobacco smoke in Orange County. Tobacco Prevention and Cessation projects are made possible by Tobacco Settlement Revenue Funds administered by the County of Orange Health Care Agency/Tobacco Use Prevention Program.

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Good Morning Sunshine Smoothie!!
Recipe: Good Morning Sunshine Smoothie

Start your day like you’re on a tropical vacation. This smoothie is so tasty and easy to make that you may want more for a mid-afternoon pick-me-up. Vitamin C , potassium, calcium – what’s not to love?!


1/2 cup vanilla yogurt or vanilla Greek yogurt

1 cup tropical medley frozen fruit (mango, papaya, pineapple, etc.)

1 ripe banana

1/4 cup pineapple orange juice


1. Blend all ingredients in a blender.

2. Serve immediately.

Nutrition facts: Total Calories 268; Total Fat 0 gm; Total Carbs 52 gm; Sugar 40 gm; Protein 13 gm; Fiber 4.6 gm; Sodium 85 gm
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