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Nursing (INACTIVE)

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  • Doris Elaine Jensen Woodall Dec. 21, 1928-Dec. 12, 2012

    Doris Elaine Jensen Woodall Dec. 21, 1928-Dec. 12, 2012
    Doris Elaine Jensen Woodall passed away in her sleep Dec. 12, 2012, after a battle with carcinoid cancer. Although she spent most of her adult years in the greater Los Angeles area, Doris always claimed herself a Utahn. Born December 21, 1928, in...
  • Gayle E. Lujan July 17, 1956 - November 30, 2012

    Gayle E. Lujan July 17, 1956 - November 30, 2012
    Santa Rosa, CA - Gayle E. Lujan, age 56, passed away at her home in Santa Rosa, in the loving care of her husband and daughter, on Friday, November 30, 2012. She was born in Glendale on July 17, 1956, a daughter of Walter and Laura (Pollard) Winner. On...
  • Verdugo Views: There was a time when a hospital stay cost $4 a day

    Verdugo Views: There was a time when a hospital stay cost $4 a day
    There's a certain group of people who have a common bond; they were born at Physicians and Surgeons Hospital here in Glendale. Douglas Motley is one of those people. Motley's parents were living on Highland Avenue in Northwest Glendale when he was born...
  • Nurses may strike

    SOUTH GLENDALE — American Red Cross medical employees on Wednesday announced plans to strike over a proposed contract they said would affect their health benefits and minimize staffing at blood collection drives. More than 300 nurses, blood...
  • Student drowns in Lake Piru

    GLENDALE — Friends and family of a 36-year-old Glendale student who drowned Saturday in Lake Piru said he dreamed about becoming a licensed vocational nurse. Los Angeles resident Roberto Barros Jr. was taking several courses at Allied Medical &...
  • Week In Review

    Week In Review
    CITY HALL City officials on Tuesday settled on a five-year plan for spending a projected $30.2 million in federal funding for local social service programs, homeless services and affordable housing offerings. The plan outlines allocations of the funds,...
  • Blood flows in an effort to help

    Blood flows in an effort to help
    Fremont Elementary School parent Cara Ruyle Wednesday waited calmly in the school auditorium for her turn with the nurse. That a pint of blood would soon be drawn from her body didn’t bother her. “After you have two kids, no biggie,”...
  • Whitman drops by Porto's

    Whitman drops by Porto's
    DOWNTOWN GLENDALE — Political pandemonium spilled out of Porto's Bakery on Friday morning as Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman made a last-minute campaign stop. Shortly before Whitman was scheduled to appear at the Cuban eatery on...
  • Flu shots at drivers' convenience

    Flu shots at drivers' convenience
    SOUTH GLENDALE — Burbank residents Don and Debbie Schrey pulled their car into the parking garage at Glendale Memorial Hospital shortly before 10 a.m. Saturday. Within minutes, two nurses came to each window of the car and administered flu shots...
  • Reaching for the stethoscope

    It's not often teenagers expound on the merits of genetically modified foods, but at a recent chat at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center, there they were, debating with vigor. "These [genetically modified organisms] are actually capable of...
  • Community center becomes checkup central

    Community center becomes checkup central
    Glendale's Pacific Community Center became a doctor's office Saturday as hundreds of people had their eyes, blood and balance checked at the inaugural Glendale Health Festival. People from around the region filled the gym as doctors, nurses, physical...
  • Still helping people at age 92

    Community volunteer Mae England has always had a passion for nursing and helping those in need of medical services. She pursued a nursing career for a short time in the 1960s, and about three years ago, she brought her services to Glendale. England...