Buellton fitness center ordered to close over COVID-19 health order violations | Crime and Courts

“To all our loyal members please know that I will fight and make this right,” Henrey said on his Facebook page Aug. 31. “[I] remained because I felt our members needed it and I needed to support my family.” 

The warnings began on June 3 when Ben Hernandez, a Buellton code enforcement officer, visited the gym and told Henrey his gym was not allowed to be open, according to court records. 

Henrey acknowledged the warning but replied that his gym was an essential business because he also sells masks, gloves and other personal protective equipment. He said he has taken measures that include spacing equipment at least 6 feet apart, taking members’ temperatures, requiring face masks and making members sign a liability waiver. 

Additionally, acting on advice from his attorney, Henrey told Hernandez his gym was “not open to the public and members only,” according to the lawsuit. 

Officials contacted

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Influencer Inspires Women to Live Healthy and Active Lifestyles That Center Around Family

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / August 18, 2020 / Stress can significantly deteriorate the physical, mental, and emotional health of an individual. Some choose to take the more chaotic and busy route due to the mistaken notion that contentment and success can only be achieved this way.

Megan Call, a lifestyle influencer, disagrees with the status quo and firmly believes that individuals can live a healthy and active lifestyle with their families. Their young little family lives in the beautiful North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. She and her husband work from home through their influencer business. As a result, they can spend every day with their little girl, take her on daily adventures around the island, and never miss a moment with her.

While it was not her plan to live long-term in Hawaii, she quickly fell in love with the place and never wanted to leave. Growing up

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31-year-old man dies after becoming stuck in water slide support at Scottsdale fitness center

The Scottsdale Police Department said the man’s body was recovered from the Eldorado Aquatic & Fitness Center.

PHOENIX — Editor’s note: The above video is from this morning’s newscast. 

A 31-year-old homeless man was found dead at a Scottsdale fitness center on Monday. 

The Scottsdale Police Department said the man’s body was recovered from the Eldorado Aquatic & Fitness Center.

The man was identified on Tuesday as 31-year-old Ryan Kelly. His cause of death will be determined by the Maricopa County Medical Examiner.

Police said an officer who was on patrol in the area of Miller Road and Oak Street heard what he believed were faint calls for help around 12:30 a.m. 

Officers were eventually able to determine the calls were coming from inside the locked aquatic center at Eldorado Park.

The man had climbed over the fence then somehow crawled inside the large cylindrical steel support for the water

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Muskegon college puts shuttered fitness center up for sale after $2.5M in losses

MUSKEGON, MI – Muskegon Community College is putting the Lakeshore Fitness Center up for sale after expensive maintenance and operational costs forced the college to close the facility in May.

The MCC Board of Trustees last week approved a request for proposals (RFP) seeking bids to purchase the fitness center, at 900 W. Western Ave. The board is seeking a permanent owner who will continue operating the facility as a fitness center, although trustees will consider any proposals that will “relieve the college of the financial burden of operating the facility.”

The facility has proven to be a financial burden for MCC since the college bought the former YMCA building for $1.17 million in 2015. Since then, MCC lost an average of $500,000 each year in annual operation costs, according to college officials.

The college discontinued operation of the 40-year-old facility in early May after it had logged $2.5 million

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California Hospital Medical Center – Wikipedia

Hospital in California, United States

Dignity Health-California Hospital Medical Center is located in the South Park district of downtown Los Angeles, California at 1401 S. Grand Avenue. The 318-bed community hospital has been serving downtown and its neighboring communities for well over a century. Dignity Health-California Hospital Medical Center is known for its wide range of medical services – from obstetrics and gynecology, to orthopedics and cardiology. The hospital operates as a Level I Trauma Center,[1] and its emergency department treats over 70,000 patients each year. The hospital’s neighbors include Staples Center, “L.A. Live” and the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising.


California Hospital’s services include: Emergency Medicine, Gynecology (The Los Angeles Center for Women’s Health), Cardiology (Cath Lab and Open Heart Surgery), Intensive Care Unit, Transitional Care Unit/Rehabilitation Services, Obstetrics, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Surgical Services, Cancer Center.


California Hospital

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St. Vincent Medical Center (Los Angeles)

Hospital in California, United States

St. Vincent Medical Center (SVMC) is a hospital in the Westlake neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, United States. Started by the Daughters of Charity in 1856, the hospital closed on January 24, 2020, due to the bankruptcy of Verity Health System.[1]

The hospital reopened on April 13, 2020, as the Los Angeles Surge Hospital through a partnership with Los Angeles County, Kaiser Permanente and Dignity Health. The State of California is temporarily leasing the hospital as a treatment center for COVID-19.


The Daughters of Charity came to Los Angeles on January 6, 1856. This group of six women included three Spanish and three American women. Their initial goal was to start an orphanage and school for the local community. After the county officials recognized the talent of a sister as a nurse, they proposed the idea of them

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Vidant Medical Center Greenville, NC

Located in Greenville, the fast-growing cultural hub of eastern North Carolina, Vidant Medical Center is the heart of the Vidant Health system. We have 974 licensed beds and are proud to offer extensive inpatient and outpatient services to more than 1.4 million people across 29 counties.

Vidant Medical Center serves as the flagship teaching hospital for the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. We are a tertiary care referral center and in 2018, achieved Magnet® recognition for the second time, designated by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Learn more about our Magnet® recognition here.

We are proud of the dedicated nurses who care for eastern North Carolina and the patients and families we serve.

We’re equally proud of the thousands of dedicated health care professionals who are part of the Vidant team and include specialists from all over the country and around the world.

Every day, we work

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Family Medicine | Boston Medical Center

Please Note:
Family Medicine has moved to the Shapiro Building, Floor 5C, 725 Albany Street Boston, MA 02118. Please contact the department for the latest information.

Family Medicine is primary care for individuals and families across all ages, genders, and diseases. Family Medicine providers care for all members of a family during all phases of life – infancy, adolescence, adulthood, and senior years.

Patients who receive care from Boston Medical Center’s Department of Family Medicine select a primary care provider from a group of physicians and nurse practitioners who are trained to meet their healthcare needs, whether in the office, hospital, at home, or in a nursing home. This provider partners with a team dedicated to coordinating the patient’s care which includes staying healthy, arranging tests to manage chronic conditions, referrals to integrated behavioral health providers and medical specialists, streamlining hospital admissions, and more.

Services provided in Family Medicine:


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Family Medicine Department | Ohio State Medical Center

Recognized for outstanding clinical, educational and research initiatives in family health

The Department of Family Medicine offers patient-centered personalized medical services through The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center at locations throughout Columbus and Franklin County. Teams of physicians, residents, nurse care coordinators, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, dietitians, medical assistants/technicians and mental health experts work together to ensure that our patients receive excellent, personalized healthcare.

Family medicine offers a wide-range of team-based services, including physical examinations, wellness care, pediatric services, care for sports-related injuries, women’s healthcare, acute care and chronic disease management, family and marital counseling, psychological services, minor surgery, care coordination, dietitian nutritional services, pharmacist medication review and much more. In addition, as part of one of the nation’s top-ranked medical centers, the Department of Family Medicine has access to nationally and internationally recognized specialists and support services.

As leaders in patient-centered, team-based care, our family medicine offices are all

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Montefiore Medical Center