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The 28,953-square-foot medical office component is long-term leased to the Southern California Orthopedic Institute.
Those also inducted are: the 1955 football team; Ed Austin (basketball, football, and track and field); Steve Brener (sports journalist, 1966-68); Jim Buffo (football, 1982-83); Otis Burrell (track and field, 1963-64); Jim Fenwick (football coach); Fred Grimes (football, 1971-72); Cindy Schilling (swimming, 1974-75); Dave Snow (baseball coach); Mike Wagenbach (cross country and track and field, 1968-69); and the Southern California Orthopedic Institute.
Friedman, an orthopedic surgeon at the Southern California Orthopedic Institute, in Van Nuys.
The UltraSling ER was developed in collaboration with Stephen Snyder, MD, of the Southern California Orthopedic Institute and Eric McCarty, MD, of the University of Colorado School of Medicine and is available in both 15- and 30-degree versions consisting of a comfortable wedged pillow and a special shoulder strap.
Prior to joining The Coding Source, he was vice president of operations for Southern California Orthopedic Institute (SCOI), where he oversaw internal processes, billing and collections for the 350-employee specialty health services provider.
Working with the Southern California Orthopedic Institute (http://www.
Our extremity MRI technology is unmatched in quality and has been adopted by leading hospitals, diagnostic imaging centers and orthopedic practices throughout the country, including Hoag Memorial Presbyterian Hospital, Boston Children's Hospital, New England Baptist Hospital, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Southern California Orthopedic Institute and The Steadman-Hawkins Clinic to name a few.
Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 8-31, Southern California Orthopedic Institute, ($40).