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Company Overview of Pasadena Hospital Association, Ltd.
Pasadena Hospital Association, Ltd., doing business as Huntington Hospital, offers a range of healthcare services and programs in New York. It operates a 408-bed nonprofit community hospital located in Huntington, New York. The company provides various patient care services, including emergency services; health centers, including cardiology, cancer, family health, physical therapy, stroke, and orthopedics centers; medical and surgical services; mother/baby care; women's health services; and screening programs. Pasadena Hospital Association, Ltd. was founded in 1892 and is based in Pasadena, California.
100 West California Boulevard
Pasadena, CA 91105
Founded in 1892
Key Executives for Pasadena Hospital Association, Ltd.
Chief Information Officer and Vice President of Information Services
Chief Nursing Executive and Vice President of Patient Care Services
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Pasadena Hospital Association, Ltd. Key Developments
Huntington Hospital Promotes Jim Noble as Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer
Apr 15 13
Jim Noble, senior vice president and chief financial officer at Huntington Memorial Hospital, has been promoted to executive vice president, chief operating officer/chief financial officer, of Huntington Hospital. In his new role Noble is responsible for oversight of all of the hospital's acute operations plus information technology, finance, ambulatory services and physician strategies. Before joining Huntington Hospital, Noble was the CFO at Anaheim Memorial Hospital where he also held oversight responsibility for several critical functions within MemorialCare Health System, a five-hospital system based in Long Beach.
Tower General Contractors Files Lawsuit Against Huntington Hospital
Mar 7 13
A $5 million lawsuit filed on November 13, 2012 against Huntington Hospital by Tower General Contractors named the following individuals as defendants and Trustees of the Collis P. and Howard Huntington Memorial Hospital Trust: Harvey Lenkin, Former President and Chief Operating Officer of Public Storage; Lois Matthews; Paul Ouyang; James Rothenberg, Hospital Chairman of the Board & President of Capital World Investors; and Jaynie Studenmund, Former President and CEO of eHarmony. The lawsuit outlines issues Tower uncovered during its work on the expansion of Huntington Hospital's emergency care facility, including allegations of financial mismanagement on the part of the hospital and its Trustees, as well as serious health hazards such as black mold in the walls and inadequate protection from radiation in a wall that bordered a nurses' lounge. According to the suit, the original project was bid at $24 million, but cost overruns due to several factors including flawed architectural plans, ran up project costs to $40 million.
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