Posts in 2009


Two Prime Healthcare Services Hospitals Recognized as Top 100 Best in Value Hospitals™ in the Nation

Only Two Hospitals in California to Receive the Distinction October 14, 2009, Victorville, CA – Adding to its recent selection by Thompson Reuters as one of the top 10 US Health Systems in the nation, ...

Sherman Oaks Hospital and Grossman Burn Center-Update

Sherman Oaks, CA - September 1, 2009. The Grossman Burn Center located at Sherman Oaks Hospital, announced today that it would relocate to West Hills Hospital and Medical Center in the first quarter ...

Thomson Reuters Research puts Prime Healthcare Services among Top 10 U.S. health systems

August 10, 2009, Victorville, CA - Prime Healthcare Services (PHS), which owns and operates 13 acute care hospitals in California, has been ranked by Thomson Reuters as one of the top 10 US health ...

Dr. Prem Reddy is one of the 50 Most Powerful Physician Executives in Healthcare

VICTORVILLE, CA, May 18, 2009 – Prem Reddy, MD, FACC, FACP, Chairman of the Board for Prime Healthcare Services has been recognized as “The 50 Most Powerful Physician Executives in ...

Prime Healthcare Services Announces Four Sites LIVE with MEDITECH

VICTORVILLE, CA, April 16, 2009 – Prime Healthcare Services (PHS), a fully integrated hospital management company in California, announced today that four of its hospitals recently went LIVE with ...

Two of Prime Healthcare Services’ Hospitals Receive Thomson Reuters 100 Top Hospitals: National Benchmarks Awards

VICTORVILLE, CA, March 30, 2009 – Prime Healthcare Services (PHS) is proud to announce that two of its hospitals, West Anaheim Medical Center in Anaheim and Desert Valley Hospital in Victorville have ...

Medline Signs Prime Vendor Agreement with Prime Healthcare Services

March 17, 2009 - Prime Healthcare Services, an acute care hospital management company based in Southern California, and Medline Industries, Inc. have signed a major cost management agreement in which ...

Paradise Valley Hospital, two years later, is transformed

U-T Editorial: Remarkable recovery Flash back to February 2007. Adventist Health was unable to staunch losses of $2 million a month and was desperately seeking a buyer to avoid closure. Paradise ...