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Hospitals and Clinics (INACTIVE)

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  • 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.”...
  • Hospital's choice of USC is a good one

    Many of us have been waiting to hear what is going to happen with Verdugo Hills Hospital and we finally have our answer (“Verdugo Hills talks merger,” July 25). I am sure that the members of the board of directors have given a lot of thought...
  • Diagnosing Verdugo's merger talks

    In June, Verdugo Hills Hospital’s board of directors voted to begin merger talks with USC’s Keck Medical Center. On Tuesday, they decided to make this decision public — a delay that hints at a disconnect the board and its...
  • Shining a light on organ donations

    Pam Endo was 8 years old when a doctor attributed her poor health to “a psychological problem.” Before long, however, her uncle — who worked as a nurse at Glendale Adventist Medical Center — would help her attain the correct...
  • Glendale Adventist to close child care center, citing red ink

    Glendale Adventist Medical Center has announced plans to close its children’s community center in Montrose, saying it can no longer afford to prop up a venture that since opening in April 2000, was losing roughly $200,000 a year. In a statement...
  • Glendale Adventist marks Armenian celebration

    Glendale Adventist marks Armenian celebration
    The chapel at Glendale Adventist Medical Center was packed with people Wednesday morning for the annual Blessing of the Grapes ceremony. For nearly 20 years, the hospital has hosted the event to honor the harvest alongside St. Mary's Armenian Apostolic...
  • Man pulled to safety after suicide threat

    Man pulled to safety after suicide threat
    A 35-year-old transient from Honduras who broke through the glass of his third-story window at Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center on Wednesday evening was safely retrieved by emergency crews after threatening to jump, police said. The man,...
  • Local talent continues to flock to Hoop Academy Summer Clinic

    Local talent continues to flock to Hoop Academy Summer Clinic
    LA CA√ĎADA FLINTRIDGE — On the final day of the 10th annual Hoop Academy Summer Clinic, the more than 60 participants went through what program organizer Sid Cooke deemed a final exam. All the basics were reviewed from the week-long camp. The...
  • Hospital coalition aims to drop patient readmissions

    Hospital coalition aims to drop patient readmissions
    Local hospitals are ramping up efforts to drive down their readmission rates as an Oct. 1 deadline looms for them to achieve results or face state-imposed penalties. Of all the patients readmitted to the three local hospitals — Glendale Adventist,...
  • Man is stabbed in Glendale, but declines medical treatment

    A 28-year-old Glendale man was stabbed in the stomach Saturday night after a group of men attacked him on Ivy Street, police said. The man, whose name wasn’t released, was taken to Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center to treat a half-inch stab...
  • Healthcare law is bad for patients

    As a physician, I would like to comment on the patient aspect of this recent court decision that has the local hospital executives so excited. This massive tax program, which is the largest expansion of the federal government since FDR's New Deal, is...
  • Medical nomads change lives

    Medical nomads change lives
    When Dr. Bruce Ascough pulls up to a Red Cross hospital in Mexico, there usually are dozens of people with deformities and other ailments lined up to see him and other doctors, hoping they can change their lives for the better and emerge from a life of...