St. Vincent Medical Center Reopens As COVID-19 Surge HospitalThe hospital in the Westlake District has been leased by the state of California as an overflow facility for coronavirus cases only.
Coronavirus: Shuttered St. Vincent Medical Center To Reopen As Los Angeles Surge HospitalThe recently closed St. Vincent Medical Center in the Westlake District will reopen later this month to increase the number of hospital beds in the region and expand intensive care unit capacity for patients who have contracted the novel coronavirus, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday.
Coronavirus: LA Times Owner Patrick Soon-Shiong Makes Bid For Shuttered St. Vincent HospitalA family foundation led by the owner of the Los Angeles Times is seeking to buy the shuttered St. Vincent Medical Center in the Westlake District and turn it into a hospital for coronavirus patients and research.
LA's St. Vincent Medical Center To Be Used To Treat Coronavirus PatientsVerity Health System of California announced Friday that the recently-closed St. Vincent Medical Center in the Westlake District will be turned into a hospital by the state to treat COVID-19 patients.
St. Vincent Medical Center In Downtown LA To Be Shut DownA sale to KPC Group, which also included St. Francis Medical Center, and Seton Medical Center and Seton Coastside in San Mateo County, fell through.
Investment Firm BlueMountain To Purchase Daughters Of Charity HospitalsThe Daughters of Charity of Health System announced Friday it plans to sell its six hospitals, including two in Southern California, to an investment firm.
Prime Healthcare Backs Out of $840M Daughters Of Charity Hospitals DealPrime Healthcare Services Inc. backed out of its proposed $840 million purchase of six Daughters of Charity Health System hospitals, just weeks after state Attorney General Kamala Harris approved the much-debated deal.
From Nurse To Hospital CEO: A Budding Career Trend In Los AngelesNurse with multiple degrees Cathy Fickes advanced her career all the way up to hospital manager.
LA Doctor Acquitted In Liver Transplant CaseA Los Angeles doctor has been acquitted of charges he lied to the national organ transplant network by giving a liver to a less needy patient and falsifying records to cover up the switch.