Sameday Health West Hollywood clinic had a reopening celebration this past Wednesday, January 18, 2023 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and the City of West Hollywood. This is Mayor Sepi Shyne’s third ribbon cutting this month where she welcomes a new or returning businesses to the City.
WeHo Chamber CEO, Genevieve Morrill and Board Chair David Wood, welcomed the Sameday Health team to the neighborhood with opening remarks. Executive chamber member Luis Saldana presented the clinic with a buck for good luck, a tradition that dates back over 100 years. And Mayor Sepi Shyne presented the leadership team with certificate of recognition and posed for photos.
“It is exciting to be open in West Hollywood,” said Cynthia Ramirez, the clinic manager at the West Hollywood location. “This is a very fun city with so many different walks of life. It is fun to be part of a community where we are needed. We have an amazing team of staff who make all of this work and we want to welcome the community to come visit us so they can stay healthy.
Ramirez says the vitamin injections are very popular, along with treatments for weight loss. People also love getting a boost of energy as they get ready to travel or are working on a film set for long hours.
Located at 611 N La Cienega Blvd, Sameday Health offers in-clinic or at your door services, COVID-19 PCR and rapid antigen tests, STD testing, IV drips, and wellness injections–all in the same day. They are known for providing fast, secure and efficient comprehensive healthcare.
Visit them at: https://samedayhealth.com/.
51 new businesses opened in 2022 according to a West Hollywood City Staff report last year. There are 17 new businesses projected to open in the first half of 2023. Half of the new businesses are restaurants, bars, or coffee shops.
Economic and Business Development staff will continue to work to attract new businesses
to the city, while also working to retain existing businesses. This work will include a
comprehensive economic development study that staff will issue a Request for Proposals
for in December. This study will include an analysis of each of the City’s business
districts, including the current mix of businesses, gaps/demand not being met, and
strategies that City can utilize to retain and attract more businesses, including small
businesses and neighborhood serving businesses. At the same time as the economic
development study, staff will also be establishing a business roundtable to provide
feedback and information to staff.
One way to attract customers is to become a West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce members and arrange a ribbon-cutting ceremony to promote a business.
Learn more about the Chamber at: https://www.wehochamber.com/