Hundreds of people lined up early Monday morning for wristbands guaranteeing admission to a free health clinic this week in Exposition Park.
A male nurse was convicted Friday of sexually assaulting two male patients who were medically incapacitated and another male patient under the guise of a medical exam.
A judge has ruled that some workers at the five largest University of California medical centers can go on strike for two days starting Tuesday.
A potential walkout among 13,000 workers at five University of California medical centers statewide next week has already prompted officials to cancel elective surgeries.
The California Supreme Court ruled Monday that city governments have the authority to outlaw local medical marijuana dispensaries.
The emergency departments of Bellflower Medical Center, Newport Specialty Hospital and Los Angeles Metropolitan Medical Center’s Los Angeles and Hawthorne campuses will close Thursday.
Cash-strapped families are embracing the concept of “crowdfunding” to meet the financial challenges that may result when a loved one is diagnosed with a medical condition.
The Los Angeles City Council will vote later this month on an initiative that would drastically reduce the number of medical marijuana dispensaries citywide.
One of the Southland’s most prestigious hospitals received a failing grade for patient safety in a survey released Wednesday.
(KNX 1070) – The largest employer in Glendale started as a sanitarium and now 108 years later they are curing all sorts of ills at the Glendale Adventist Medical Center.
The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to repeal the ban on storefront medical marijuana dispensaries.
DEA agents raided three locations, filed notices of asset forfeiture, and sent out 67 letters to pot shop operators or property owners across the Southland.
A citywide ban on medical marijuana dispensaries in Los Angeles could be suspended on Wednesday even before it takes effect.
An electrical outage at the Veterans Administration medical facility has left two buildings running on emergency power and forced some surgeries to be delayed.
A pair of Westside city councilmen has admitted to taking campaign donations from – and even patronizing – local medical marijuana dispensaries.