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October 8, 2001
Today * "Reversing Heart Disease," led by a cardiologist, will focus on lipid testing. Glendale Memorial Hospital, 1420 S. Central Ave., Glendale. 9-10:30 a.m. Free. Reservations required. (818) 502-2396. Tuesday * "Age-Proofing Your Brain," co-sponsored by the Alzheimer's Assn. of Los Angeles. Harbor Terrace Retirement Community, 435 W. 8th St., San Pedro. 1:30-3:30 p.m. Free. (310) 547-0090. * "Pulmonary Aspects of Diabetes," led by a doctor.
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NEWS
February 21, 1993
San Gabriel Valley Medical Center has given a $3,000 grant to McKinley Elementary School in San Gabriel for computers and programs to assist the 400 students who are limited in English. The students represent 23 languages or dialects. The center donated the funds through Southern California Edison Co.'s "Step Up to Support Education" program that matches potential educational programs with corporate sponsors.
NEWS
July 21, 1994
Huntington Memorial Hospital will lay off about 25 employees from its 3,000-member staff this week in another sign of trouble for San Gabriel Valley health providers. None of the layoffs include nurses, spokeswoman Peg Kean said. The layoffs are necessary because of a decline in patient admissions, she said.
NEWS
September 16, 1990 | JAMES RAINEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
San Gabriel Valley Medical Center has been in business for more than 30 years, and officials at the 300-bed, private, nonprofit hospital in the city of San Gabriel are not about to share its name. So they were a little vexed last week when Los Angeles County officials referred to a public hospital that has been proposed for Irwindale as . . . the San Gabriel Valley Medical Center. "Patients were confused when they read about it in the newspaper.
NEWS
August 2, 1990
Facing rising health care costs and competition from larger hospitals, the 240-bed San Gabriel Valley Medical Center has merged with Burbank-based UniHealth America, a network of nonprofit hospitals in Southern California. Effective Oct. 1, the medical center will become the 12th hospital to join UniHealth America. Makoto Nakayama, president and chief executive officer of the medical center, will retain his post under the agreement.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 6, 1988
A former employee has been arrested in connection with the slayings last month of the owner and another employee of the O & G Water Conditioning Co. in San Gabriel. Steven Ciotta, 25, of Valinda will be arraigned Thursday in Alhambra Municipal Court on murder charges, San Gabriel police said. Police had been seeking Ciotta since the Dec. 22 shotgun slayings of Otto Baumann, 78, and Fredrick Schaub, 58, and the wounding of Leo Blakeman.
NEWS
July 21, 1994
Huntington Memorial Hospital will lay off about 25 employees from its 3,000-member staff this week in another sign of trouble for San Gabriel Valley health providers. None of the layoffs include nurses, spokeswoman Peg Kean said. The layoffs are necessary because of a decline in patient admissions, she said.
NEWS
September 13, 1990 | JAMES RAINEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Irwindale officials say they are pleased that Los Angeles County has selected the city as its preferred site for a proposed San Gabriel Valley Medical Center but are concerned that the 36-acre property designated for the hospital may not be available for it. The county Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted to study the feasibility of acquiring land east of the San Gabriel River (605) Freeway and north of Ramona Boulevard for a 350-bed county hospital.
HEALTH
October 8, 2001
Today * "Reversing Heart Disease," led by a cardiologist, will focus on lipid testing. Glendale Memorial Hospital, 1420 S. Central Ave., Glendale. 9-10:30 a.m. Free. Reservations required. (818) 502-2396. Tuesday * "Age-Proofing Your Brain," co-sponsored by the Alzheimer's Assn. of Los Angeles. Harbor Terrace Retirement Community, 435 W. 8th St., San Pedro. 1:30-3:30 p.m. Free. (310) 547-0090. * "Pulmonary Aspects of Diabetes," led by a doctor.
NEWS
February 21, 1993
San Gabriel Valley Medical Center has given a $3,000 grant to McKinley Elementary School in San Gabriel for computers and programs to assist the 400 students who are limited in English. The students represent 23 languages or dialects. The center donated the funds through Southern California Edison Co.'s "Step Up to Support Education" program that matches potential educational programs with corporate sponsors.
NEWS
September 16, 1990 | JAMES RAINEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
San Gabriel Valley Medical Center has been in business for more than 30 years, and officials at the 300-bed, private, nonprofit hospital in the city of San Gabriel are not about to share its name. So they were a little vexed last week when Los Angeles County officials referred to a public hospital that has been proposed for Irwindale as . . . the San Gabriel Valley Medical Center. "Patients were confused when they read about it in the newspaper.
NEWS
September 13, 1990 | JAMES RAINEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Irwindale officials say they are pleased that Los Angeles County has selected the city as its preferred site for a proposed San Gabriel Valley Medical Center but are concerned that the 36-acre property designated for the hospital may not be available for it. The county Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted to study the feasibility of acquiring land east of the San Gabriel River (605) Freeway and north of Ramona Boulevard for a 350-bed county hospital.
NEWS
August 2, 1990
Facing rising health care costs and competition from larger hospitals, the 240-bed San Gabriel Valley Medical Center has merged with Burbank-based UniHealth America, a network of nonprofit hospitals in Southern California. Effective Oct. 1, the medical center will become the 12th hospital to join UniHealth America. Makoto Nakayama, president and chief executive officer of the medical center, will retain his post under the agreement.
NEWS
March 5, 1989 | Mary Conroy, Conroy, who has traveled widely in Ireland, often writes about relationships and women's issues. She is at work on her second novel. and
If you're like most Americans, most of your knowledge of Northern Ireland has been filtered through the newswires. And because journalists hunger for hot news, we've come to see Northern Ireland as a country of guerrilla actions and government reactions. Indeed, Northern Ireland is all of that. But it's also so much more. In many ways, life in Northern Ireland is like life anywhere: Parents cuddle their babies, children clamor for ice cream and friends share tears over a cup of tea.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 23, 1987
The owner of a San Gabriel business and one of his employees were shot to death at the company's office Tuesday morning and another employee was wounded in the face and chest, police said. San Gabriel police said they do not have a suspect or know of a motive and have not recovered a weapon. Robbery did not appear to be involved because the offices were not ransacked, and the men's wallets were not taken, Lt. Larry Johnson said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 6, 1988
A former employee has been arrested in connection with the slayings last month of the owner and another employee of the O & G Water Conditioning Co. in San Gabriel. Steven Ciotta, 25, of Valinda will be arraigned Thursday in Alhambra Municipal Court on murder charges, San Gabriel police said. Police had been seeking Ciotta since the Dec. 22 shotgun slayings of Otto Baumann, 78, and Fredrick Schaub, 58, and the wounding of Leo Blakeman.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 23, 1987
The owner of a San Gabriel business and one of his employees were shot to death at the company's office Tuesday morning and another employee was wounded in the face and chest, police said. San Gabriel police said they do not have a suspect or know of a motive and have not recovered a weapon. Robbery did not appear to be involved because the offices were not ransacked, and the men's wallets were not taken, Lt. Larry Johnson said.
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