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The Magazine of Cottage Health is published multiple times a year and includes inspirational stories of hope and healing of Cottage Health patients and their families. It also also offers looks at some of the remarkable staff as well as community philanthropists who share the Cottage vision of continually making lives better.
In This Issue:
Hope and Haven in the world: Bright days ahead
From health professional to hospital patient: Pat’s story
Health Forward: Using medical research to improve lives
A gift for generations: Angela Starke’s legacy
Making birthday presents mean more
Tackling obstacles – with new technology
Download Cottage Magazine Winter 2017
Corby's Story:iMRI technology opens new treatment options
Caring for Caregivers
Family Assistance Fund:Help when it's needed most
Download Cottage Magazine Spring 2017
Beating Strong:Cottage Heart and Vascular Center Stays at Forefront with New Solutions for Patients
Cottage Health Initiatives:Elevating Research for Advances in Care at our Hospitals
Sloan's Start Born four months premature, this NICU graduate is thriving.
On the Cover: Sloane was born early and spent three months in the NICU. Now she's an active, healthy five-year-old.
Download Cottage Magazine Fall 2016
The State of ReformWhat the ACA has meant for our community and our hospitals.
Construction Update: Bringing Down the WallsPaving the way for the future in surgical innovation.
The Facts About Vaccinefrom Santa Barbara’s Strive for 95 Coalition.
On the Cover: The New Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital The opening events were grand. And our employees are ready to care for patients in the beautiful new hospital on South Patterson Avenue in Goleta.
Download Cottage Magazine Fall 2015
Know Your MedicationsIn the US, adverse drug events cause over 700,000 emergency visits each year. Read labels and ask questions to stay safe.
Construction UpdatesBuilding, growing, renovating: hospitals for the future.
Burtness Lives OnA family continues a special legacy of giving to our community.
On the Cover: Joe Huerta had a brain tumor removed. A week later, he and his wife, Carol, boarded a plane for their vacation.
Download Cottage Magazine Summer 2014
The Mitchell Sisters Lose BigBariatric surgery reduces two sisters to a fraction of their former selves
A Tale of Great LossPeople don’t recognize Debbie and Pam Mitchell very easily these days, now that they have lost close to 200 pounds between the two of them.
Melissa's Journey Back to SchoolAt 18 years old, Melissa Shew had recently moved from San Clemente to begin her freshman year at Westmont College.
On the Cover: Melissa Shew moved to Santa Barbara to begin college. Her family would soon have another reason to be thankful she found her way to our community, close to medical excellence when she needed it most.
Download Cottage Magazine Winter 2014
Maria Zate, Manager of Public Relations
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