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Rancho Family Medical Group Providers and Staff  in the News


ELSINORE: Low-cost physicals for students earn accolades

Jun 15, 2011 –
The physicians are Dr. Steven  Kelley, of Temecula Orthopedics; Dr. Walter Combs and his team of doctors at  Rancho Family Medical Group; and Dr. Donald



TEMECULA:  Coach plays tourney on Alcatraz 

ARTICLE: When Josh Snow got a call  from his buddy one morning in late July urging him to head down to a basketball  tournament in San Diego later that day, Snow wasn’t motivated to make the trek.

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ARTICLE: Fifth-grade students at  Cornerstone Christian School in Wildomar learned this week that the little  things they do can make a huge difference —- even as far as 5,000 miles away.


REGION:  Local doctors headed to Haiti 

About 200 local residents, including several prominent  surgeons, will be headed to Haiti in the coming months to tend to the sick and  dying and help the country rebuild after a devastating earthquake.

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DE  LUZ: Local nonprofit to aid in Haiti rescue 

Long before a major earthquake rocked Haiti, causing mass devastation in the small country, Harold and Natalie Bither of Temecula  invested their hearts and time into helping the poor Caribbean nation.



MENIFEE:  Couple devotes time to Web sites 

ARTICLE: MENIFEE — On any given  day, Eric or Whanda Madrid might use their spare time answering several  questions e-mailed to them about the city of Menifee, everything from where to  get a business license to who to call to hook up utilities. Read more:


Local  authors pen memoirs, children’s titles, self-help books

Dr. Eric Madrid of Menifee has written “Vitamin D Prescription: The Healing  Power of the Sun & How It Can Save Your Life” (BookSurge Publishing,  $14.99), which explains how many of us suffer from a deficiency of vitamin D and  how that can increase our health risks…


A  doctor bids goodbye to practice

A big smile dawned on David Bucher’s face as he realized the presentation he was waiting for was actually a surprise slide show of his life  and career. As colleagues and co-workers laughed and clapped through shots of  plaid polyester pants, leisure suits and aviator glasses, strains of “F…

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Hospital  bond aimed at families

ARTICLE: Eric Madrid says he’s  inclined to support a $485 million bond that would expand hospitals in Sun City  and Hemet, but doubts many in his situation — 30somethings with young children  — will vote for it.

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Sports  center to open in business park

TEMECULA — The slopes in the city’s business park west of Interstate 15 provide fitness enthusiasts with a natural cardiovascular workout  and no-cost calf toning.

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