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July 1, 1989 | Leslie Berkman, Times staff writer
The $23-million sale of San Clemente General Hospital to a group of staff doctors was completed Friday, more than a year after they launched a bid to buy the 116-bed general acute-care facility from a bankrupt hospital chain. In one of their first moves, the new owners changed the hospital's name to Samaritan Medical Center-San Clemente.
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July 1, 1989 | Leslie Berkman, Times staff writer
The $23-million sale of San Clemente General Hospital to a group of staff doctors was completed Friday, more than a year after they launched a bid to buy the 116-bed general acute-care facility from a bankrupt hospital chain. In one of their first moves, the new owners changed the hospital's name to Samaritan Medical Center-San Clemente.
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June 18, 1987
Nearly $140,000 was raised for the Los Angeles affiliate of the American Heart Assn. as 3,006 runners took part in Wednesday evening's third annual Union Bank Heart of the City 5K Run through downtown Los Angeles, organizers said. Steve Ortiz, 27, was the men's winner, finishing the race in 14 minutes and 6 seconds. The fastest woman was Sylvia Mosqueda, 21, who covered the distance in 16 minutes and 9 seconds. Despite concern that smog might pose health problems for the runners, Dr.
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May 23, 1985 | From United Press International
Action for Children's Tele vision, presenting its 13th annual achievement awards, said federal deregulation of the TV industry is removing pressure from stations to produce quality shows for children. "Most commercial broadcasters have abandoned their public-service obligations where children are concerned," said ACT President Peggy Charren, referring to relaxed government standards for programming.
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July 6, 1992 | ANNA CEKOLA
In a continuing effort to improve care at Samaritan Medical Center-San Clemente, officials recently opened the doors to a new intensive care unit, designed to offer privacy and the maximum in comfort to the most severely ill patients. Officials said added privacy is a key to the new seven-suite unit, the latest in more than $2 million in improvements made to the 20-year-old hospital since Phoenix-based Samaritan Health Services took over management three years ago.
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