Teacher for more than 20 years, O’Donnell will host 4th annual teacher recognition event
Chair of Assembly Education Committee leads bi-partisan effort to secure ongoing state funding for critical K-12 vocational education programs
AB 3205 addresses campus safety concerns in the wake of Florida tragedy
Assemblymember O’Donnell responds to diversion of ambulance runs to Community Hospital
Michele Grubbs Earns 2018 Woman of the Year Award
By ANDREW EDWARDS | email@example.com | Press-Telegram
PUBLISHED: March 9, 2018 at 10:12 am | UPDATED: March 9, 2018 at 7:57 pm
Community Medical Center Long Beach has stopped accepting emergency room patients receiving advanced life support care from paramedics.
Long Beach’s city government released a statement that said MemorialCare Health System, which operates the East Long Beach hospital, told city government on Wednesday that patients receiving advanced life support from paramedics would need to go to other hospitals as of Thursday.
O’Donnell plans to work with City of Long Beach and other stakeholders to consider next steps
(Long Beach) – MemorialCare Health System filed a 120-day lease termination notice with the City of Long Beach on behalf of Community Hospital, thereby closing the facility on a shorter timeline than previously understood. Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell (D -Long Beach) issued the following statement:
AB 2591 seeks to extend the date by which the hospital must meet seismic compliance
New bill increases funding for removal of abandoned oil and gas facilities in Long Beach tidelands
(SACRAMENTO) –Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell (D – Long Beach) introduced AB 2404 Wednesday to remove the limit on the amount of revenue deposited into the State’s Oil Trust Fund. This fund is solely used to clean up abandoned oil wells within the Long Beach tidelands that are no longer in use.