Third mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine for the Immunocompromised

We are offering the third mRNA COVID-19 vaccine dose for immunocompromised persons. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that immunocompromised persons receive a third dose of the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine (Pfizer BioNTech or Moderna) 28 days after the second dose. (If you received the Johnson & Johnson Janssen vaccine, there is no […]

Did distance learning affect your child’s eyesight?

Did distance learning affect your child’s eyesight? With prolonged screen-time during virtual learning for over a year, your child’s vision may have been strained. Make sure to schedule a vision screening for you and your child to learn about what vision problems look like and what we can do to help. Let us know if […]

QueensCare Health Centers' Spring Fundraising Event "VACCINES for ALL"

Join us for QueensCare Health Centers’ Spring Fundraising Event VACCINES for ALL, a yearly gathering commemorating World Vaccination Week and Immunization against COVID-19. SAVE THE DATE FOR THE VIRTUAL EVENT Friday, April 30, 2021 | 12:00 PM Help QueensCare Health Centers rise to the challenge. Consider sponsoring the event or making a donation in honor […]

Eloisa Perard, President and Chief Administrative Officer Appointed  President and CEO

LA HEALTHCARE NON-PROFIT WELCOMES A NEW YEAR AND A NEW CEO Eloisa Perard, President and Chief Administrative Officer Appointed President and CEO LOS ANGELES, Calif. January 5, 2021 – QueensCare Health Centers’ Board of Directors is pleased to announce its appointment of Eloisa Perard as its new President & CEO. Announcing Perard’s appointment, QueensCare Health […]

The Invisible Burden: COVID-19 and Emotional Wellness

In the wake of COVID-19, a second, more insidious public health crisis has swept the country. An alarming trend. The emotional fallout of COVID-19 has been explored in tandem with the pandemic by scientists and health professionals worldwide—and perhaps to no surprise, anxiety, and depression are skyrocketing. The CDC found that 41% of survey respondents […]

It’s Movember: Should you get screened for prostate cancer?

“Movember” If you’re seeing more whiskers on the faces around you this month, you’re not imagining things. “Movember” is the movement to bring awareness and funds for men’s health, most famously with the annual moustache charity event in support of the most pressing concerns for men’s health from suicide prevention to cancer. Prostate cancer is […]

Not Your Mother’s Breast Cancer: What You Need to Know Now

An estimated one in eight women will confront a breast cancer diagnosis in her lifetime. One in eight. Think of your closest female friends and relatives, and you can probably come up with eight easily. It’s a sobering frame of reference for the fact that breast cancer is the most common cancer in American women, […]