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Hospitals and Clinics (INACTIVE)

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  • Hospitals supply the voice of reason

    The U.S. Supreme Court's landmark decision on Thursday to uphold President Obama's healthcare law shocked conservatives and sent lawmakers, pundits and media networks into a daylong frenzy. Hospitals, meanwhile, were breathing a sigh of relief. While...
  • Community: Student musicians jazz up a spring luncheon

    Community: Student musicians jazz up a spring luncheon
    Four Hoover High School musicians entertained members and guests of the Glendale Committee for the Los Angeles Philharmonic during the annual spring luncheon on May 11 at the Oakmont Country Club. Member Lucile Leard introduced the students —...
  • Glendale police motorcycle officer collides with truck

    Glendale police motorcycle officer collides with truck
    A Glendale police officer was taken to the hospital Wednesday morning for minor injuries after his motorcycle crashed into a truck that was pulling into an angled parking spot on Brand Boulevard, officials said. Officer Bill Frommling was taken to Los...
  • Local hospitals get low patient safety scores

    Local hospitals get low patient safety scores
    Only one area hospital received a grade higher than a C on a recent national report card that evaluated patient safety — rankings that administrators say could be flawed because they were based on outdated information, some of which was four years...
  • On the Town: Cancer survivors celebrate transformation

    On the Town: Cancer survivors celebrate transformation
    TV host Mayte Prida, a Miami transplant from Mexico City, survived four bouts of cancer. For her first cancer diagnosis, third-stage breast cancer, she had no medical insurance. Her father gave her the money to get a second opinion, during which a...
  • Police: Man shot in Glendale found with unused bullets in pocket

    After a bullet pierced through a man’s right armpit, burrowing through his back Saturday morning in South Glendale, the 36-year-old flagged down a passing driver to take him to the hospital, police said. A Glendale police officer spotted the car...
  • Hospital unveils Jesus sculpture

    Hospital unveils Jesus sculpture
    An unveiling of the first faith-based sculpture at Glendale Adventist Medical Center drew dozens of hospital officials and clergy members Wednesday afternoon. Jesus Christ sits as the focus of the bronze sculpture titled “Come Unto Me.”...
  • Glendale Memorial Hospital disperses more than $118,000 to local nonprofits

    Glendale Memorial Hospital disperses more than $118,000 to local nonprofits
    Glendale Memorial Hospital awarded $118,263 to nine local nonprofits on Thursday. The recipients of this year’s grants were the Armenian Relief Society, Ascencia, Glendale’s Commission on the Status of Women, the Corporation for Supportive...
  • Glendale Memorial Hospital plans layoffs

    Glendale Memorial Hospital plans layoffs
    Layoffs are looming at Glendale Memorial Hospital as officials at the 334-bed facility have decided to lay off an undetermined number of employees, according to a statement released by the hospital on Monday. Hospital spokeswoman Angela Giacobbe said ...
  • Glendale Memorial is second major local hospital to announce layoffs

    Glendale Memorial is second major local hospital to announce layoffs
    Glendale Memorial Hospital this week announced plans to undergo a round of staff reductions, roughly two months after the city’s other major hospital, Glendale Adventist Medical Center, laid off 21 workers in response to federal healthcare payment...
  • Ahead of federal healthcare overhaul, local hospitals look to primary care

    Ahead of federal healthcare overhaul, local hospitals look to primary care
    As the new year begins, local healthcare providers are preparing for a potential flood of patients who previously didn’t have access to insurance, but who will now be covered as the federal Affordable Care Act takes effect. More primary care...
  • Man claims Glendale police assaulted him at park, files claim

    A 19-year-old Glendale man has filed a claim against multiple Glendale police officers who he alleged beat and choked him during an arrest at Palmer Park. Christian Geris is seeking $13,668 for medical expenses, which he claims were the result of...