News // February 14, 2014

County Employees Love Their Hearts

Because healthy change starts from within, County of San Diego employees at worksites across the region are getting free blood pressure screenings today.  The County of San Diego and more than 90 community partners are participating in the Love Your Heart campaign to promote heart health across the San Diego region.

The County's Mills Building is geared up with festive giveaways to support heart health for County employees who get a free blood pressure screening today.
Maike Tarrach from Eligibility Operations is the second to know her numbers at the County's Mills Building
County Supervisor Dave Roberts welcomes County employees and residents to get a free blood pressure screening today at the County Administration Center at 1600 Pacific Highway
UC San Diego Health System staff offer free blood pressure screenings at the County Administration Center
Marc Regier, County CAO Staff Officer, gets his blood pressure checked at the County Administration Center
County Operations Center Social Workers say they "feel good" after knowing their blood pressure numbers. From left: Patricia Partch, Emelyn Trinh and Trisha Wong
US Healthworks nurses are festive in Valentine's Red at the County Operations Center blood pressure screening table. From left: Theresa Silva, Oswaldo Morales and Linda Spence
Alejandra Lopez, Aging and Independence Services Case Manager for the County of San Diego, says she "feels good" are completing her blood pressure screening and knowing her numbers
County employee, Elaine Pitpit, in response to knowing her blood pressure numbers, says, "I feel good. I am going to keep doing what I've been doing."
County employees Danielle Enriquez from PSG and Michael Davis from OES smile after receiving a free blood pressure screening
Employees are the Health Services Complex on Rosecrans get their blood pressure checked. From left: Li Lin, Paul Hilary, Helen Domingo, and Sara Montague