A local health care worker is frustrated after she claims non-frontline workers got the COVID-19 vaccine at Southern California Hospital in Culver City while she was denied three times.
The Orange County Health Care Agency on Wednesday issued an order suspending ambulance diversions for hospitals that take part in the 911 system.
The hospitals affected are Los Robles Regional Medical Center in Thousand Oaks, Riverside Community Hospital and West Hills Hospital and Medical Center.
“It’s busy. It’s rough.” That’s how nurse Lindsey Burrell describes the Intensive Care Unit at Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center in Torrance.
Republican elected officials and the Trump administration are advancing their latest arguments to get rid of the Affordable Care Act, a long-held GOP goal that has repeatedly failed in Congress and the courts.
Joe Biden is championing the Obama administration’s signature health care law as it goes before the Supreme Court in a case that could overturn it.
On the very same day, Amy Cohen Epstein lost her mother, Lynne Cohen, to ovarian cancer nearly 23 years ago, Amy and her siblings launched the Lynne Cohen Foundation which has been saving lives ever since.
President Donald Trump says he'll be signing an executive order that would require health care providers to provide medical care to all babies born alive as he makes an election-year push to energize voters opposed to abortion.
The overwhelming stress that the pandemic has created in healthcare workers has spurred companies to create support tools to help those on the front lines.
Registered nurses who belong to National Nurses United and the California Nurses Association will hold more than 200 protests across the nation Wednesday -- including in Southern California -- to demand greater protections for health care providers and their patients.
A Riverside County emergency services official told the Board of Supervisors Tuesday that the recent jump in coronavirus patient case loads prompted a half dozen hospitals countywide to switch to "surge plans" to accommodate the infirm, but the facilities are not operating beyond their limits.
At Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, staff members are using simulations to practice treatments for coronavirus patients.
The personal protective gear that was in dangerously short supply during the early weeks of the coronavirus crisis in the U.S. is running low again as the virus resumes its rapid spread and the number of hospitalized patients climbs.
The rising cases in states like Arizona, Florida, Texas and California has been blamed in part on many not wearing masks or obeying other social-distancing rules.
Taxpayer-subsidized health insurance is available for a modest cost — sometimes even free — across the country, but few people seem to know how to find it.
Cancer deaths have dropped more in states that expanded Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act than in states that did not, new research reveals.
'Personal Protective Equipment' or PPE is already a part of a dentist’s wardrobe with the mask, the gloves, and eye protection.
In an effort to reduce the growing number of deaths in nursing homes as a result of COVID-19, one local doctor has opened up several assisted living facilities only for treating patients who have tested positive for the virus.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva unveiled a decontamination center on Monday that he said can disinfect up to 30,000 much-needed N95 masks daily and save the county more than $18 million.
The prospect of shortages of medical staff and equipment for treating those made severely ill by COVID-19 has triggered discussion of “rationing” medical care.