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April 6, 1993 | James Gomez, Times staff writer
While Costa Mesa's Abbey Healthcare Group does battle with a competitor in Boston to create the nation's largest home health care company, the Visiting Nurses Assn. of Orange County is hoping for a larger piece of the local home health pie. The Orange County association says it is negotiating a merger with its counterpart in Los Angeles County.
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May 1, 1999 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Diana Vaughan remembers treating the severe leg wound of a man who lived in his car on skid row. Charlene Wilkinson recalls visiting numerous patients in small shacks--with no running water or electricity--in remote parts of the Antelope Valley. And Rosemarie Moran can't forget one Christmas Day when she treated an elderly woman with wounds, a middle-aged woman with terminal cancer and a new mother and her healthy baby all within a couple of hours.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 1, 1999 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Diana Vaughan remembers treating the severe leg wound of a man who lived in his car on skid row. Charlene Wilkinson recalls visiting numerous patients in small shacks--with no running water or electricity--in remote parts of the Antelope Valley. And Rosemarie Moran can't forget one Christmas Day when she treated an elderly woman with wounds, a middle-aged woman with terminal cancer and a new mother and her healthy baby all within a couple of hours.
BUSINESS
April 6, 1993 | James Gomez, Times staff writer
While Costa Mesa's Abbey Healthcare Group does battle with a competitor in Boston to create the nation's largest home health care company, the Visiting Nurses Assn. of Orange County is hoping for a larger piece of the local home health pie. The Orange County association says it is negotiating a merger with its counterpart in Los Angeles County.
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June 3, 1993 | TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A 94-year-old cancer victim, whose body was exhumed after a hospice nurse was accused by a co-worker of killing him and as many as 16 other people under her care, died of an overdose of codeine and morphine administered just hours earlier, authorities said Wednesday. The nurse under investigation saw the man only once--the day he died last December, said her attorney and the owner of the board and care facility where the patient was living.
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