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January 14, 1989 | Leslie Berkman, Times staff writer
Walter W. Noce Jr., chief executive and president of St. Joseph Hospital in Orange, has been elected to serve in 1989 as chairman of the board for the Hospital Council of Southern California, a nonprofit association of 220 hospitals.
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February 9, 1995
The 72-year-old Hospital Council of Southern California has changed its name to the Healthcare Assn. of Southern California and begun representing physician groups, health maintenance organizations and other networks of health-care providers. Before the reorganization, which required two years of planning and negotiation, the council's chief focus was on hospitals.
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BUSINESS
August 22, 1985
The Hospital Council of Southern California, a trade group representing 240 public and private hospitals, appointed Marshall P. Gavin to the new position of executive vice president.
BUSINESS
August 1, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Change in Hospital Council Leadership: When James Barber takes over as president of the Hospital Council of Southern California today, he plans to steer the 71-year-old trade group into uncharted waters. Barber wants the nation's largest metropolitan-area hospital association to bring doctors groups, health insurers and other providers into its fold--an ambitious plan for groups frequently at odds on legislative and other issues.
NEWS
June 26, 1985
The Hospital Council of Southern California recently received an award from President Ronald Reagan for outstanding private sector initiative. The council was one of 100 organizations recognized by the President for their efforts in finding private solutions to critical social problems. The council was the only health care-related organization in the Western United States so honored.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 9, 1995
The 72-year-old Hospital Council of Southern California has changed its name to the Healthcare Assn. of Southern California and begun representing physician groups, health maintenance organizations and other networks of health-care providers. Before the reorganization, which required two years of planning and negotiation, the council's chief focus was on hospitals.
BUSINESS
August 1, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Change in Hospital Council Leadership: When James Barber takes over as president of the Hospital Council of Southern California today, he plans to steer the 71-year-old trade group into uncharted waters. Barber wants the nation's largest metropolitan-area hospital association to bring doctors groups, health insurers and other providers into its fold--an ambitious plan for groups frequently at odds on legislative and other issues.
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December 7, 1990 | LANIE JONES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Warning that emergency rooms may close and hospitals will quit serving the poor, the Hospital Council of Southern California announced Thursday that it had halted contract negotiations over Orange County's Indigent Medical Services program. "What we're saying by pulling out of discussions is we simply, as an association, cannot continue down this road leading nowhere," said S. Russell Inglish, the council's Orange County vice president.
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July 3, 1992 | KENNETH J. GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The signs for Robert Martinez were not good when he arrived at the hospital four months ago. They rarely are when a body is stripped almost completely of the familiar insulating layer called skin. With more than 80% of his body burned in a refinery steam explosion and his lungs horribly damaged by contaminants from the blast, Martinez could breathe only with the aid of a ventilator as he lay comatose in his specially equipped bed at Torrance Memorial Medical Center.
NEWS
February 5, 1989
The Beverly Hospital board of directors has donated $10,000 in lieu of medical supplies to the Armenian earthquake relief effort. The donation was made through the Hospital Council of Southern California.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 7, 1990 | LANIE JONES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Warning that emergency rooms may close and hospitals will quit serving the poor, the Hospital Council of Southern California announced Thursday that it had halted contract negotiations over Orange County's Indigent Medical Services program. "What we're saying by pulling out of discussions is we simply, as an association, cannot continue down this road leading nowhere," said S. Russell Inglish, the council's Orange County vice president.
BUSINESS
January 14, 1989 | Leslie Berkman, Times staff writer
Walter W. Noce Jr., chief executive and president of St. Joseph Hospital in Orange, has been elected to serve in 1989 as chairman of the board for the Hospital Council of Southern California, a nonprofit association of 220 hospitals.
BUSINESS
August 22, 1985
The Hospital Council of Southern California, a trade group representing 240 public and private hospitals, appointed Marshall P. Gavin to the new position of executive vice president.
NEWS
June 26, 1985
The Hospital Council of Southern California recently received an award from President Ronald Reagan for outstanding private sector initiative. The council was one of 100 organizations recognized by the President for their efforts in finding private solutions to critical social problems. The council was the only health care-related organization in the Western United States so honored.
NEWS
August 18, 1994
More than $385,000 has been raised for a new endowment fund honoring Alhambra resident Stephen W. Gamble, retiring president of the Hospital Council of Southern California. The endowment will provide grants for new projects promoting health care. Gamble is retiring this month after 36 years in health care.
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