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By Dennis Anderson At the Heart Sounds Ball to benefit Children’s Center of the Antelope Valley this past weekend, Dr. Larry Stock was delighted to be called up to the big stage at the AV Fairgrounds. Several doctors from the Antelope Valley Hospital, Stock and doctors Mark Brown and Daniel Khodabakhsh were honored by Children’s...
(LANCASTER, Calif. – February 11, 2020) —Community members are invited to attend Antelope Valley Hospital’s (AV Hospital) town hall meetings to learn more about future plans for the hospital. Chief Executive Officer Edward Mirzabegian will give a brief presentation and answer questions from attendees. The town halls will take place at the hospital’s Community Resource...
By Edward Mirzabegian Since we opened in 1955, Antelope Valley Hospital has been providing quality health care to people throughout this community. Today, we serve 220,000 people each year, including 130,000 emergency room patients. When you or your loved ones need care, Antelope Valley Hospital has always been there for you. We care for anyone...
Antelope Valley Press Staff Report LANCASTER — Antelope Valley Hospital officials are holding a series of town hall meetings this month to inform residents about plans for the hospital’s future, including a new state-of-the-art facility that voters will be asked to support through a $350 million bond measure on the March ballot. Hospital CEO Ed...
By ALLISON GATLIN Valley Press Staff Writer Aug 30, 2019 LANCASTER — Residents interested in learning about the future of Antelope Valley Hospital, including plans for a new facility, are invited to a series of town hall meetings over the next two months. Free and open to the public, the meetings will feature presentations by...
(LANCASTER, Calif. – August 29, 2019) — Antelope Valley Hospital Chief Executive Officer Edward Mirzabegian and senior hospital officials are hosting a series of community town halls to discuss changes at and future plans for the hospital. The town halls, which are free and open to the public, will take place at the following dates...
The Antelope Valley Healthcare District Board of Directors voted unanimously to invest $8.7 million to expand Antelope Valley Hospital’s emergency room and $9 million toward laying the groundwork to build a new, state-of-the-art hospital. The board approved the addition of a 6,300-square-foot modular building with 44 beds, adding to the 67 beds currently in the...