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September 3, 1996 | BARBARA MURPHY
Sea View Medical Group in Oxnard has joined UniHealth affiliate Huntington Provider Group, California's largest independent physician association with about 300,000 patients. The alliance brings 27,000 more patients under the HPG umbrella, officials said. HPG already was providing services to 14,000 patients in Ventura County. Staffed by 33 employees, Sea View has 80 primary-care physicians and more than 200 specialists.
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September 3, 1996 | BARBARA MURPHY
Sea View Medical Group in Oxnard has joined UniHealth affiliate Huntington Provider Group, California's largest independent physician association with about 300,000 patients. The alliance brings 27,000 more patients under the HPG umbrella, officials said. HPG already was providing services to 14,000 patients in Ventura County. Staffed by 33 employees, Sea View has 80 primary-care physicians and more than 200 specialists.
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February 19, 1997 | FRED ALVAREZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Beefing up health-care services for its members in western Ventura County, Kaiser Permanente announced Tuesday that it has established a network of doctors and hospitals in Ventura and Oxnard so those patients can receive medical care closer to home. Starting March 1, Kaiser's 1,500 subscribers west of the Conejo Grade will be able to take advantage of a range of services offered by the Oxnard-based Sea View Medical Group.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 17, 1998 | FRED ALVAREZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a case that could test the extent of a managed-care group's liability for patient welfare, an Oxnard woman has sued the director of a large physicians association alleging that he denied her request for a brain scan just two weeks before she suffered a paralyzing stroke.
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September 24, 2001 | Benedict Carey
During the last several years, researchers have begun to ask consumers across the country about their experiences with health plans and with the physician groups with which the plans contract to deliver care. How often do you get the care you need? How timely is it? How long do you have to wait to see a doctor? How often do you have trouble getting in to see a specialist? The answers to these questions are used to chart broad comparisons of health plans and doctors' groups.
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