Providence Health and Services has begun funding a partnership with Tarzana Treatment Centers to treat homeless patients at emergency departments at three Providence hospitals in the Valley.
Shares of Atara Biotherapeutics Inc. fell nearly 20 percent after the company announced it is looking for a new leader as its current chief executive prepares to step down.
FirstLight Home Care will open a new franchised location in Santa Clarita next year, the Ohio-based company announced Wednesday.
Kaiser Permanente mental health workers picketed outside the Woodland Hills Medical Center on Thursday as part of a weeklong strike for increased staffing and resources at Kaiser hospitals across the state.
HemaCare Corp. officially opened it new Northridge headquarters Thursday.
Medical treatment company Avita Medical will raise $29 million through the sale of private shares to global institutional investors, the company announced Tuesday.
Kaiser Permanente has pledged nearly a half million dollars in grants to Valley area nonprofits to expand community and mental health services.
A nursing home operator in Texas that leases buildings from LTC Properties Inc. has filed for bankruptcy reorganization, according to LTC. The operator’s rent payments amount to nearly 10 percent of LTC’s revenue.
Hospital Corp. of America has named Mark Miller the new chief executive of West Hills Hospital & Medical Center, the company announced Monday.
Zyppah Inc., a Calabasas company that makes mouthpieces and other devices for people who snore or suffer from sleep apnea, announced Monday that former NBA player Shaquille O’Neal will become a brand ambassador.
Dignity Health has named Paul Watkins as president of the nonprofit’s Northridge Hospital Medical Center.
Japanese drug maker Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. has moved one step closer to acquiring a Thousand Oaks genetics laboratory owned by U.K.-based biopharmaceutical company Shire.
Amgen Inc. has pledged a half-million dollars to help victims of the ongoing wildfires in Ventura and Los Angeles Counties, the Thousand Oaks biotech company announced Monday.
MannKind Corp. beat Wall Street estimates on earnings but missed on revenue, while BlackLine beat expectation on revenue in the third quarter.
Shares of Amgen Inc. gained nearly 2 percent the day after the biotech reported third-quarter earnings, while Dine Brands Global Inc. shares gained nearly 2 percent after the company reported sales gains for its Applebee’s restaurant chain.