Medical Center

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Legacy Health
... by the merger of Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center and four other Portland-area hospitals (Emanuel, Holladay Park, Meridian Park, and Mount Hood), managed at that time as ... The system's hospitals are Legacy Emanuel Medical Center, Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel, Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center, Legacy ...
Loma Linda, California - Notable Features
... Unsourced material may be challenged and removed Loma Linda is a center of activity for the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and is home to Loma Linda University, a Seventh-day Adventist ... Notable firsts at the Loma Linda University Medical Center include baboon-to-human heart transplant and the first split-brain surgery ... Animal Planet television show Venom ER was filmed at the medical center, as well ...
Steven Hoefflin - Career
... graduated in the top of his class from the UCLA Medical School ... completed a residency training program at the UCLA Medical Center ... Assistant Clinical Professor of UCLA Medical Center in 1979 ...
LLUAHSC
... Linda University Adventist Health Sciences Center is the umbrella organization that includes Loma Linda University and all associated entities including all the schools (e.g ... of Medicine, etc.) and the Loma Linda University Medical Center and its entities ... University Adventist Health Sciences Center umbrella Schools and Hospitals of the Loma Linda Adventist Health Sciences Center Loma Linda University Faculty of Graduate ...
Medical Center - Other
... Medical Center (TV series), a 1969-1976 medical drama series on CBS. ...

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