February 13, 1994
Volunteers are needed to help answer phones and do other light office work at the AIDS Healthcare Foundation's Downtown clinic, 1414 S. Grand Ave. The clinic, which opened last summer on the campus of California Medical Center, offers a range of services, from HIV diagnosis and medical care for those at the earliest stages of infection to inpatient AIDS care.
September 28, 1993 |
AIDS Group Picks Agency: Forsythe Marcelli Johnson in Newport Beach has been selected to handle advertising for the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, which runs three hospices and two clinics in Los Angeles. The preliminary budget for the first six months in the Los Angeles area is $300,000.
March 10, 1997
While still recovering from recent surgery to remove a benign brain tumor, Elizabeth Taylor, through her Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, has donated $100,000 to the Los Angeles-based AIDS Healthcare Foundation. The gift is designated for the Treatment=Life Program, which provides the latest medications to those who can otherwise not afford them.
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June 18, 1993
A new AIDS clinic was opened last week on the grounds of the California Medical Center in downtown Los Angeles. The facility, operated by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation with a staff of 10, will offer early intervention services, a women's clinic and care for those with full-blown AIDS. The foundation, which relies primarily on government funding, also runs a Hollywood clinic and two hospices.
October 16, 1994
The Los Angeles-based AIDS Healthcare Foundation has received a $1.25-million federal grant to create a program, based on its model of managed care for people with HIV and AIDS, for medical providers nationwide. The five-year grant, allocated by the Bureau of Health Resources Development, allows the foundation to study and monitor its plan, designed to improve patient quality and lower costs, for other HIV and AIDS service providers.
April 17, 1994
Volunteers are needed at the Carl Bean AIDS Care Center, 2146 W. Adams Blvd. People of all ages are needed to serve as helpers and act as companions to hospice residents. Volunteers will be taught how to interact with and assist terminally ill clients. Volunteers are also needed to assist with office and administrative work, and help with kitchen duties. The center is a 25-bed residential facility for people with AIDS. It is a program of AIDS Healthcare Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides health and hospice care for people with HIV and AIDS, regardless of individual ability to pay. Information: (213)
March 10, 2008
Re "Africa's AIDS puzzle," Opinion, March 5 Like any puzzle, Africa's AIDS epidemic has pieces that can fit together in more ways than one. Jonny Steinberg's observation that the specter of HIV affects South African men's willingness to get tested is borne out by AIDS Healthcare Foundation's experience. In our free AIDS treatment clinics in South Africa, 67% of our more than 5,000 patients are women. However, two weeks ago, we spearheaded a day of free HIV testing in Uganda that drew 1,100 individuals.
February 21, 1997
A memorial service for Richard C. Roylance is scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday at West Hollywood Presbyterian Church, 7350 Sunset Blvd. Roylance, 42, attorney and longtime secretary to the board of AIDS Healthcare Foundation, died Nov. 27 in Los Angeles of complications of AIDS. Roylance, vice president and counsel of First Interstate Bancorp., was also legal advisor to the International Cancer and AIDS Research Foundation.
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August 21, 1996
Despite the presence of 300 sometimes angry protesters, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday refused to bail out the San Fernando Valley's largest AIDS clinic, and instead chastised the foundation that runs the clinic for alleged fiscal mismanagement. The nonprofit AIDS Healthcare Foundation, one of the county's largest providers for AIDS patients, came to the supervisors seeking $1.2 million to keep its Sherman Oaks facility open.
July 2, 2002 |
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation, the largest AIDS organization in the United States, on Monday filed a lawsuit against Britain's GlaxoSmithKline, accusing the drug maker of antitrust violations and overcharging for its medicines. The suit, filed in a Los Angeles federal court, alleges antitrust and patent violations regarding Glaxo's antiviral drugs AZT, 3TC and Ziagen.