Coastal Lifestyles Health & Fitness Center 371 Princeton Ave, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 The Coastal Lifestyles Health & Fitness Center is a full-service gym and fitness center. Located right across the…More street from the water, it affords a gorgeous view during your work-out. Coastal Lifestyles offers a variety of membership options as well as cardio, flexibility and strength classes. The staff is friendly and supportive, offering personal and focused service and training.
San Mateo Medical Center - Coastside Clinic 225 Cabrillo Hwy S, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Founded in 1997, the Coastside Clinic is one of ten outpatient clinics operated by the San Mateo Medical Center. The…More Medical Center also operates specialty clinics (dental, eye, medical specialties and surgical specialties). Services at the Coastside Clinic include pediatrics, primary care, family planning, women's health, nutrition and obstetrics/gynecology. The clinic is located on the same floor of other San Mateo County services, including Behavioral and Mental Health, Environmental Health and Human Services. The agencies work together to provide a full spectrum of services for clients. A Community Health Advocate works with clients to determine eligibility for financial assistance, and is in the office on Mondays. Interpretation services are available upon request. The main hospital is located in San Mateo on 222 West 39th Avenue and can be reached at 650-573-2222.
Coastside Adult Day Health Center 645 Correas St, Half Moon Bay, CA94019 Since 1982, this business has been providing activities and health services to seniors. Services include nursing and…More personal care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, case management, stimulating group activities, psychological counseling, nutritional counseling, caregiver respite and support groups for clients and caregivers. There is also an in-house memory enhancement program designed specifically for clients who have Alzheimer's or dementia. Seniors must be enrolled in the center; drop-ins are not allowed.
Founded in 1993 as the Tibet Child Nutrition Project, the Terma Foundation works to improve health and education in…More Tibet by operating programs operate out of two sanatariums in the country.
The education program aims to pass on healthy habits to Tibetans through nutrition. Workers for the Terma Foundation (who are Tibetan) promote the mixing a root called Dhroma into food to compensate for the poor quality of available food.
The health program consists of improving access to treatment by a medical doctor. Each sanatarium has a medical doctor working on-site.