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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 19, 1989
Financially troubled Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center in Los Angeles will complete its merger with nearby Queen of Angels Medical Center on Jan. 27, a spokeswoman for the medical centers said Wednesday. On that day, Queen of Angels will close its aging 404-bed facility overlooking the Hollywood Freeway and move its doctors, patients and administrative personnel a few miles north to Hollywood Presbyterian's more modern 395-bed facility on Vermont Avenue in Hollywood.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 1989 | ANDREA FORD, Times Staff Writer,
Dr. Walter Wieman, seated amid half-filled packing boxes in a disheveled office, cocks his head to one side, trying to extract dates from his memory. The photograph, he decides, was taken in about 1916 in front of his aunt's house on a high, grassy hill that loomed over a valley dotted with cottages. Plopped on the ground in front of the nine standing adults are two little boys, one being Wieman at age 12.
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November 4, 1988 | CLAIRE SPIEGEL and JANNY SCOTT, Times Staff Writers
Financially troubled Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center intends to merge soon with nearby Queen of Angels Medical Center in an attempt to ensure the two hospitals' ability to provide medical care to tens of thousands of Central City residents.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 24, 1989 | CLAIRE SPIEGEL, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles County will no longer be able to continue subsidizing private hospital emergency rooms that accept thousands of rescue ambulances each month because of the governor's recently announced fiscal policies, county Health Services Director Robert Gates said Monday. Gates made the disclosure in an interview following a "summit" of 19 public officials who gathered downtown to voice grave concerns about the county's overloaded emergency services network.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 24, 1989 | CLAIRE SPIEGEL, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles County will no longer be able to continue subsidizing private hospital emergency rooms that accept thousands of rescue ambulances each month because of the governor's recently announced fiscal policies, county Health Services Director Robert Gates said Monday. Gates made the disclosure in an interview following a "summit" of 19 public officials who gathered downtown to voice grave concerns about the county's overloaded emergency services network.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 1989 | ANDREA FORD, Times Staff Writer,
Dr. Walter Wieman, seated amid half-filled packing boxes in a disheveled office, cocks his head to one side, trying to extract dates from his memory. The photograph, he decides, was taken in about 1916 in front of his aunt's house on a high, grassy hill that loomed over a valley dotted with cottages. Plopped on the ground in front of the nine standing adults are two little boys, one being Wieman at age 12.
REAL ESTATE
April 6, 1986
Queen of Angels Medical Center, a downtown Los Angeles landmark, is undergoing renovation of its surgery facilities at a cost of nearly $500,000. Designed by Rochlin & Baran Associates of Los Angeles, the updated facilities are being built by E. H. Butland Development Corp. of Reseda.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 1, 1988
Los Angeles City Councilman Gilbert Lindsay, 87, has been hospitalized for the second time in three months for signs of exhaustion, an aide said Monday. Lindsay entered Queen of Angels Medical Center last Thursday night and began undergoing routine tests, which are not conclusive, hospital spokeswoman Doris Stanley said. Lindsay has represented an area that includes downtown Los Angeles since 1963. He faces reelection next year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 25, 1988
An emergency room nurse at Queen of Angels Medical Center was charged Wednesday with signing out drugs for patients without prescriptions and falsifying hospital records to cover it up. Michael B. Wrigley, 24, was charged by the Los Angeles city attorney's office with 24 misdemeanor violations of the state health and safety code. City Atty.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 1987
Firefighters evacuated a downtown building in the heart of the jewelry district Thursday after a spill of hydrogen peroxide and sodium cyanide, chemicals used in jewelry making. The chemicals leaked from a recovery piping system on the sixth floor of the California Jewelry Mart at 607 S. Hill St., spilling about two gallons onto a section of the fifth floor, Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Jim Wells said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 19, 1989
Financially troubled Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center in Los Angeles will complete its merger with nearby Queen of Angels Medical Center on Jan. 27, a spokeswoman for the medical centers said Wednesday. On that day, Queen of Angels will close its aging 404-bed facility overlooking the Hollywood Freeway and move its doctors, patients and administrative personnel a few miles north to Hollywood Presbyterian's more modern 395-bed facility on Vermont Avenue in Hollywood.
NEWS
November 4, 1988 | CLAIRE SPIEGEL and JANNY SCOTT, Times Staff Writers
Financially troubled Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center intends to merge soon with nearby Queen of Angels Medical Center in an attempt to ensure the two hospitals' ability to provide medical care to tens of thousands of Central City residents.
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