BChD

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AcronymDefinition
BChDBachelor of Dental Surgery
BChDBeach Cities Health District (est. 1955; Redondo Beach, CA)
BChDBaltimore City Health Department (Baltimore, MD)
BChDBroward County Health Department (Broward County, FL)
BChDBerrien County Health Department (Georgia)
BChDBay County Health Department (Michigan)
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This was done in part through close planning and cooperation with the Beach Cities Health District to transform both the physical structure of each community and the culture itself, resulting in a population that is healthier and better informed about what is needed to best pursue a life well-lived.
Five other employers received APA's Psychologically Healthy Workplace Award for their comprehensive set of practices that support a healthy, high-performing work environment: Beehive PR (Minnesota), LaSalle Network (Illinois), Team Horner (Florida), Beach Cities Health District (California) and Hilltop Community Resources (Colorado).
Beach Cities Health District is a preventative health agency that applies a wellness philosophy to its own workforce also applies a wellness philosophy to its own workforce.
Lisa Santora, chief medical officer for the Beach Cities Health District.
The considerable uptick in well-being, which far outpaces improvements measured in California and nationwide, coincides with the efforts of the Blue Zones Project -- an innovative, community well-being improvement initiative that launched in the Beach Cities region in December 2010 and is a joint effort between Healthways, Beach Cities Health District and Blue Zones([R]).
We fought hard to bring the Blue Zones Project to the Beach Cities because we believed this preventative, community-based model would advance our ability to appreciably improve the lives of the residents we serve," said Susan Burden, CEO of Beach Cities Health District.
The Healthways | Blue Zones Vitality City(SM)initiative, in partnership with the Beach Cities Health District, is expected to make sustainable changes in the beach cities to improve longevity and well-being that lead to lower health care cost trends, higher productivity and increased economic vitality.
Lisa Santora, Beach Cities Health District chief medical officer.
and held accounting positions with Beach Cities Health District, Sares-Regis Group and CB Richard Ellis, Inc.
he is an elected member of the board of directors of the Beach Cities Health District, and also serves as its secretary-treasurer.
After nearly eight months of negotiations, Little Company of Mary and the Beach Cities Health District have reached agreement on the terms of a new lease for the Health District's Redondo Beach Blvd.