February 4, 1988
Robert A. Nelson has been appointed administrator of the Long Beach-based Harriman Jones Medical Clinic, one of the oldest and largest multi-specialty medical groups in California with 55 physicians caring for more than 50,000 patients at five locations in Long Beach and one clinic in Seal Beach. Nelson has been executive director of the Sansum Medical Clinic in Santa Barbara and the Friendly Hills Medical Group in La Habra.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 24, 2001 |
When KPC Medical Management went bankrupt and abruptly closed its doors last Nov. 20, 38 medical clinics were closed, affecting approximately 2,000 employees and more than 300,000 patients in Southern California. Patients didn't know where to retrieve their medical records or recent diagnostic test results. There was also concern about patients being charged a fee to get their records.
November 23, 1996 |
MedPartners/Mullikin Inc., a Long Beach-based health-care company, said it fired two top executives of its Friendly Hills medical group--including the group's chairman, Dr. Albert E. Barnett--and filed a lawsuit accusing them of breach of contract and business fraud. The suit, filed in Orange County Superior Court, names as defendants Barnett, a prominent Orange County physician and founder of the Friendly Hills group; Gloria Mayer, a group vice president; and Dr.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 20, 1997 |
An Orange County Superior Court judge Monday slashed by two-thirds the $10.9 million awarded last month to the family of a Yorba Linda woman who died of cervical cancer. The judge's decision means the family will receive $3.25 million. In April, a jury found Friendly Hills Medical Group of La Habra responsible for 30-year-old Christina Louise Rutledge's death and awarded her husband and 7-year-old daughter $10.
November 13, 1997 |
A Southern California reorganization and downsizing by MedPartners Inc. will eliminate scores of jobs in several Orange County communities but increase the company's total employment in the county, the company's president said Wednesday. The Alabama-based operator of medical offices and physician groups is consolidating several of its Orange County facilities and will be laying off some workers, including about 40 in Westminster.
February 5, 1993 |
As the Clinton Administration wrestles with reforming the nation's health care system, a panel of industry experts Thursday described the present system as a mishmash of disconnected components that must integrate to survive. "The traditional segmentation of health care really doesn't work anymore," said E. Albert Barnett, a physician and chief executive of La Habra-based Friendly Hills Medical Group. "The trend is clearly toward integration and managed care."