Dana Bartholomew

Reporter (Health Care)

Email: dbartholomew@labusinessjournal.com
Phone: 323-549-5225 Extension: 263

Recent Stories

Snyder Family Donates $1 Million to UCLA Stein Institute

The UCLA Stein Eye Institute has received a $1 million gift from Joan and Jerome Snyder to set up an endowed faculty chair in its department of ophthalmology.

Construction Booms On

REAL ESTATE: $10B in local billings for 2017

The construction boom continues for L.A. County contractors.

Arrowhead Takes Flight

HEALTH CARE: $1.4B market cap for biotech firm

Shares of Pasadena’s Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals Inc. take flight.

Advanced TeleSensors Raises $2.8M to Back Baby Heart Monitor

Advanced TeleSensors Inc., a digital health company based in Pasadena marketing a wireless monitor for babies, has raised nearly $2.8 million from investors, according to a securities filing.

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Weingart Center of Downtown Names Warren Loui as Chairman

The Weingart Center, a downtown-based social service agency for the homeless with plans to build largest supportive housing project in Los Angeles, has named Warren Loui as chairman of the board.

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Anonymous Donor Gives $20 Million to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to Expand ER

An anonymous philanthropist has donated $20 million to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to expand and equip its overcrowded emergency room.

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Cedars-Sinai Accelerator Welcomes Nine New Digital Health Startups

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center has ushered in nine digital health startups from across the globe into its business accelerator program.

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Los Angeles Kicks Off 2018 Youth Jobs Program

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti launched a nearly $6 million youth employment program expected to match tens of thousands of young people with summer and year-round jobs.

Cedars-Sinai Appoints New COO

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center has named Dr. Jeffrey A. Smith to serve as its chief operating officer following a nationwide search.

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Survey Says: L.A. at Risk of OB-GYN Shortage

Looming retirements, physician fatigue could be contributing factors

New report predicts insufficient numbers of OB-GYN doctors in L.A. County.

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