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Medical Specialization (INACTIVE)

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  • Workforce board won't get stimulus money

    Friday marked the end of a well-funded era for the Verdugo Workforce Investment Board, as federal stimulus dollars officially dried up after two years. The agency is now seeing its own budget and staff reductions, even as its mission is to train...
  • Unclassified Info: Modern medicine and pains in the neck

    For some reason, I have become a bit of a medical connoisseur. For most of my life (knock on wood), I have managed to avoid the need for doctors, aside from a chronic pain in my neck exacerbated by prolonged exposure to my ex-wife. Sadly, there does not...
  • Nursing center indicted in patient death

    GLENDALE — The Montrose-based Valley Skilled Nursing and Wellness Centre was named in a grand jury indictment for abuse and neglect after a patient killed himself by discharging a handheld fire extinguisher down his throat, officials said. State...
  • Hospitals tackle patient readmission problem

    Hospitals tackle patient readmission problem
    A task force made up of representatives from Glendale hospitals and healthcare agencies is looking at why more than 20% of high-risk patients are readmitted within 30 days of being released. About 40,000 patients are discharged from local hospitals...
  • Glendale Arts fights to save Alex Theatre

    Glendale Arts fights to save Alex Theatre
    An organization better start moving if its staff expects to raise $75,000 by the end of the month. But that's what Interim CEO Elissa Glickman of the Glendale Arts and the Alex is determined to do. Without redevelopment funds, the future of the...
  • Nursing facility under investigation again

    Nursing facility under investigation again
    MONTROSE — Officials at the state attorney general’s office say investigators are looking into a recent incident involving a nursing facility patient who ran away and barricaded himself in a neighborhood restaurant. Officials declined to...
  • Senior Living Q & A: Verify a parent's care

    Q. My mom is in a nursing home and I visit her three times a week after work. My sister visits also. What should we be aware of? You want to have a good relationship with the nurses and treat them with the respect they deserve, but you still need to...
  • Delizia Marie DiOrio

      Delizia Marie DiOrio passed from this life on November 18th, 2011, in the loving comfort of her own home, surrounded by all of her children. Delizia “Doll or Dolly” Marie DiOrio was born on June 7, 1926 in Chicago, IL. She met Frank DiOrio...
  • Amid sex abuse cases, expert cautions parents against rush to panic

    As police continue to investigate a 19-year-old babysitter who was charged this week with repeatedly molesting an 8-year-old boy and his 3-year-old brother over an eight-month span, parents should avoid a rush to panic, a child psychiatric expert said....
  • Faith and Life: Integrating God and psychology

    I was recently asked to write my definition of mental health. After some thought, I composed the following: “The ability to effectively function, recover, relate and contribute to your family, other close interpersonal relationships, society and...
  • Glendale Adventist Medical Center debuts new radiology department

    Glendale Adventist Medical Center debuts new radiology department
    Glendale Adventist Medical Center this week debuted its new radiology department, part of its massive campus expansion that included a new tower and major tech upgrades. The radiology department houses nuclear medicine, ultrasound, X-ray and other...
  • Video: Tournament of Roses announces 96th Rose Queen

    Video: Tournament of Roses announces 96th Rose Queen
    Every Rose Parade has its queen, and the newest one is a 17-year-old varsity equestrian team captain who aspires to be a neurosurgeon. Ana Marie Acosta of Altadena was named the 2014 Rose Queen at a coronation ceremony in Pasadena on Thursday night,...