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June 28, 2002 | RONALD D. WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
University Affiliates Medical Group IPA of Alhambra, which had 2,400 doctors treating 105,000 patients in Southern California, became the 11th California medical group to fold this year when it shut down late Wednesday. University Affiliates was the nation's first fully accredited independent physicians association, originally established and operated by the University of Southern California in 1995.
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June 28, 2002 | RONALD D. WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
University Affiliates Medical Group IPA of Alhambra, which had 2,400 doctors treating 105,000 patients in Southern California, became the 11th California medical group to fold this year when it shut down late Wednesday. University Affiliates was the nation's first fully accredited independent physicians association, originally established and operated by the University of Southern California in 1995.
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May 26, 2002 | RONALD D. WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Nina Leslie took over as chief executive of troubled Pacific Health Care Medical Group in Pleasanton, Calif., in December 2000, she looked over the finances to assess its chances for staying in business. What she found wasn't encouraging. The group's office lease was up and it didn't have enough money for moving expenses, much less for the sky-high rents in the Bay Area. The chief financial officer, on the job for only two weeks, quit four days after Leslie came on board.
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