Horisons Unlimited Health Care Closes Its Doors
The Merced-based clinic, which recently filed for bankruptcy and is involved in a variety of lawsuits, announced in a notice on the doorway that all of its clinics closed as of Aug. 1. Meanwhile, in Oxnard, St. John's Regional Medical Center announced plans to expand its emergency room as part of a $20 million expansion project.
Embattled Merced Health Clinic That Left Patients In The Dark Has Closed
A Merced-based health clinic that recently filed for bankruptcy and has been embroiled in legal battles between clinic leaders since March has closed down all of its clinics, according to a notice on a clinic door. Horisons Unlimited Health Care closed all of its clinics as of Aug. 1 because of “their current financial condition,” according to the notice on the Los Banos clinic door. (Velez, 8/11)
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Emergency Room Will Be Doubled In Size As Part Of St. John's Expansion In Oxnard
A sometimes space-compromised emergency room will double in size as part of a $20 million expansion project at St. John's Regional Medical Center in Oxnard. Groundbreaking for projects could begin as soon as September. A new $1 million MRI device came earlier this summer. It's designed for procedures ranging from locating tumors to diagnosing rotator cuff tears. (Kisken, 8/13)