“Cyber Cop,” Clayton Cranford, a law enforcement professional and one of the nation’s leading educators on social media, will kick off the Families Connected Speaker Series on Monday, September 17, at 6:30 – 8 p.m. at the Hermosa Beach Community...

School staff and students will use web-based symptom assessment tool to gain access to campus

With daily health screenings now required for students attending school in-person in Los Angeles County, Beach Cities Health District (BCHD)...

By William Kim, MD, Chief Medical Advisor, Beach Cities Health District
Six months after our Beach Cities schools closed their doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have become accustomed to wearing face coverings to prevent the spread...

By Ali Steward, MPH, Director of Youth Services Beach Cities Health District

The anticipation of the first day of school – on par with the first crack of a bat on Opening Day, and the final minutes of the year before the ball drops into the...

Dr. William Kim has been a physician in the South Bay for 35 years and serves as Chief Medical Advisor for Beach Cities Health District. Here, he provides tips for businesses and individuals dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.

With...

Beach Cities Health District, in partnership with our Student Mental  Health Provider Task Force, hosts the virtual “ Talk About It” Small-Group Parent Workshop series. This series supports families at home as they navigate distance learning and help...

Dr. William Kim has a private practice in Redondo Beach and serves as Chief Medical Advisor for Beach Cities Health District. We asked him a few questions about COVID-19:

Q: My friend just tested positive for COVID-19. What...

Beach Cities Health District, in partnership with our Student Mental Health Provider Task Force, hosts the virtual "Talk About It" Small-Group Parent Workshop Series. This series supports families at home as they navigate distance learning and help...

By Lauren Nakano, Director, Blue Zones Project, BCHD

If you think about the paradigm of our lives right now, it’s confusing. As humans we are innately wired for social connection; science has proved our health and well-being depend on it. At...

By Dr. William Kim, Chief Medical Advisor, Beach Cities Health District

As our restaurants, barbershops, salons and other businesses were preparing to re-open, COVID-19 took a back seat to the civil unrest taking place nationwide following the...

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