OIC Tops $20 Million Capital Campaign Goal

Date: 07/10/2020

Orthopaedic Institute for Children Tops $20 Million Capital Campaign Goal

Redesigned and Reimagined Downtown LA Campus Provides State-of-the-Art Facilities so Children Have the Opportunity to “Grow Well and Play Well”

Orthopaedic Institute for Children announced today that it has exceeded its $20 million capital campaign goal. The funds raised support OIC’s transformation of its downtown LA campus into a model of what pediatric medical care should look like in this early part of the 21st century.

“The funds we raised through this campaign help assure that all children with a musculoskeletal condition or injury in Los Angeles and beyond have the opportunity to grow well and play well through the institute’s commitment to patient care, scientific research and education,” said OIC President and CEO Anthony Scaduto, M.D. “It also helps to ensure that OIC’s surgeons, doctors, nurses and staff have the best facilities and equipment to care for the increasing number of children who come through our doors.”
Central to OIC’s successful fundraising campaign was the generous “Luskin Match” in which longtime donors and supporters Renee and Meyer Luskin matched every dollar donated to OIC, dollar for dollar, up to $2 million. Meyer Luskin is a former chairman of the board at OIC.

“The Luskin’s unwavering love for Los Angeles’ children can be seen throughout our city, and we are incredibly grateful for their kindness and continued support,” said Michael Sullivan, vice president and chief philanthropy officer at OIC. “Throughout our history we have treated millions of children regardless of their family’s ability to pay, and we couldn’t have done so without the tremendous generosity displayed by caring individuals like Renee and Meyer Luskin.”

The capital campaign—entitled “Vision for Our Future”—allowed for a major reconstruction of the OIC Lowman Building, which itself was a state-of-the-art facility when it opened in 1959. The new Medical Pavilion taking its place is now home to renovated research laboratories in the J. Vernon Luck Research Center, a new Harbison Family Radiology Center, a new pharmacy, the Luck Family Conference Center and a new Ozzie’s Café.

Also housed within the Medical Pavilion is The Ahmanson Foundation Fracture Center—one of the nation’s largest pediatric fracture clinics—made possible through a generous grant from The Ahmanson Foundation. It is the largest gift ever given to OIC from The Ahmanson Foundation, which has supported OIC for the past 40 years. In addition, last summer OIC opened the city’s newest and most modern pediatric orthopaedic urgent care center for children with musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.

“A special thanks goes out to OIC’s board of directors Secretary Richard Giss and board of trustees Vice Chair Jason Silletti who as co-chairs of our capital campaign committee did an extraordinary job in helping us reach our goal and make our dreams possible,” said Sullivan. “They, along with all of our generous donors, share our belief that all children, everywhere, should have the opportunity to achieve their best; and our new state-of-the-art campus is a living reflection of that belief.”

While the capital campaign is complete, OIC continues to rely on the ongoing generosity of donors, especially during these incredibly challenging times caused by the national pandemic. Individuals wishing to support OIC’s mission can donate online.


Coronavirus COVID-19 Update

Orthopaedic Institute for Children Tops $20 Million Capital Campaign Goal

Redesigned and Reimagined Downtown LA Campus Provides State-of-the-Art Facilities so Children Have the Opportunity to “Grow Well and Play Well”

Orthopaedic Institute for Children announced today that it has exceeded its $20 million capital campaign goal. The funds raised support OIC’s transformation of its downtown LA campus into a model of what pediatric medical care should look like in this early part of the 21st century.

“The funds we raised through this campaign help assure that all children with a musculoskeletal condition or injury in Los Angeles and beyond have the opportunity to grow well and play well through the institute’s commitment to patient care, scientific research and education,” said OIC President and CEO Anthony Scaduto, M.D. “It also helps to ensure that OIC’s surgeons, doctors, nurses and staff have the best facilities and equipment to care for the increasing number of children who come through our doors.”
Central to OIC’s successful fundraising campaign was the generous “Luskin Match” in which longtime donors and supporters Renee and Meyer Luskin matched every dollar donated to OIC, dollar for dollar, up to $2 million. Meyer Luskin is a former chairman of the board at OIC.

“The Luskin’s unwavering love for Los Angeles’ children can be seen throughout our city, and we are incredibly grateful for their kindness and continued support,” said Michael Sullivan, vice president and chief philanthropy officer at OIC. “Throughout our history we have treated millions of children regardless of their family’s ability to pay, and we couldn’t have done so without the tremendous generosity displayed by caring individuals like Renee and Meyer Luskin.”

The capital campaign—entitled “Vision for Our Future”—allowed for a major reconstruction of the OIC Lowman Building, which itself was a state-of-the-art facility when it opened in 1959. The new Medical Pavilion taking its place is now home to renovated research laboratories in the J. Vernon Luck Research Center, a new Harbison Family Radiology Center, a new pharmacy, the Luck Family Conference Center and a new Ozzie’s Café.

Also housed within the Medical Pavilion is The Ahmanson Foundation Fracture Center—one of the nation’s largest pediatric fracture clinics—made possible through a generous grant from The Ahmanson Foundation. It is the largest gift ever given to OIC from The Ahmanson Foundation, which has supported OIC for the past 40 years. In addition, last summer OIC opened the city’s newest and most modern pediatric orthopaedic urgent care center for children with musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.

“A special thanks goes out to OIC’s board of directors Secretary Richard Giss and board of trustees Vice Chair Jason Silletti who as co-chairs of our capital campaign committee did an extraordinary job in helping us reach our goal and make our dreams possible,” said Sullivan. “They, along with all of our generous donors, share our belief that all children, everywhere, should have the opportunity to achieve their best; and our new state-of-the-art campus is a living reflection of that belief.”

While the capital campaign is complete, OIC continues to rely on the ongoing generosity of donors, especially during these incredibly challenging times caused by the national pandemic. Individuals wishing to support OIC’s mission can donate online.


One of the Nation’s Largest Pediatric Orthopaedic Fracture Centers Opens at Los Angeles’ Orthopaedic Institute for Children

Date: 06/09/2020

Orthopaedic Institute for Children Tops $20 Million Capital Campaign Goal

Redesigned and Reimagined Downtown LA Campus Provides State-of-the-Art Facilities so Children Have the Opportunity to “Grow Well and Play Well”

Orthopaedic Institute for Children announced today that it has exceeded its $20 million capital campaign goal. The funds raised support OIC’s transformation of its downtown LA campus into a model of what pediatric medical care should look like in this early part of the 21st century.

“The funds we raised through this campaign help assure that all children with a musculoskeletal condition or injury in Los Angeles and beyond have the opportunity to grow well and play well through the institute’s commitment to patient care, scientific research and education,” said OIC President and CEO Anthony Scaduto, M.D. “It also helps to ensure that OIC’s surgeons, doctors, nurses and staff have the best facilities and equipment to care for the increasing number of children who come through our doors.”
Central to OIC’s successful fundraising campaign was the generous “Luskin Match” in which longtime donors and supporters Renee and Meyer Luskin matched every dollar donated to OIC, dollar for dollar, up to $2 million. Meyer Luskin is a former chairman of the board at OIC.

“The Luskin’s unwavering love for Los Angeles’ children can be seen throughout our city, and we are incredibly grateful for their kindness and continued support,” said Michael Sullivan, vice president and chief philanthropy officer at OIC. “Throughout our history we have treated millions of children regardless of their family’s ability to pay, and we couldn’t have done so without the tremendous generosity displayed by caring individuals like Renee and Meyer Luskin.”

The capital campaign—entitled “Vision for Our Future”—allowed for a major reconstruction of the OIC Lowman Building, which itself was a state-of-the-art facility when it opened in 1959. The new Medical Pavilion taking its place is now home to renovated research laboratories in the J. Vernon Luck Research Center, a new Harbison Family Radiology Center, a new pharmacy, the Luck Family Conference Center and a new Ozzie’s Café.

Also housed within the Medical Pavilion is The Ahmanson Foundation Fracture Center—one of the nation’s largest pediatric fracture clinics—made possible through a generous grant from The Ahmanson Foundation. It is the largest gift ever given to OIC from The Ahmanson Foundation, which has supported OIC for the past 40 years. In addition, last summer OIC opened the city’s newest and most modern pediatric orthopaedic urgent care center for children with musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.

“A special thanks goes out to OIC’s board of directors Secretary Richard Giss and board of trustees Vice Chair Jason Silletti who as co-chairs of our capital campaign committee did an extraordinary job in helping us reach our goal and make our dreams possible,” said Sullivan. “They, along with all of our generous donors, share our belief that all children, everywhere, should have the opportunity to achieve their best; and our new state-of-the-art campus is a living reflection of that belief.”

While the capital campaign is complete, OIC continues to rely on the ongoing generosity of donors, especially during these incredibly challenging times caused by the national pandemic. Individuals wishing to support OIC’s mission can donate online.


Orthopaedic Institute for Children’s Ambulatory Surgery Center and OIC Laboratory Receive National Accreditations

Date: 06/09/2020

Orthopaedic Institute for Children Tops $20 Million Capital Campaign Goal

Redesigned and Reimagined Downtown LA Campus Provides State-of-the-Art Facilities so Children Have the Opportunity to “Grow Well and Play Well”

Orthopaedic Institute for Children announced today that it has exceeded its $20 million capital campaign goal. The funds raised support OIC’s transformation of its downtown LA campus into a model of what pediatric medical care should look like in this early part of the 21st century.

“The funds we raised through this campaign help assure that all children with a musculoskeletal condition or injury in Los Angeles and beyond have the opportunity to grow well and play well through the institute’s commitment to patient care, scientific research and education,” said OIC President and CEO Anthony Scaduto, M.D. “It also helps to ensure that OIC’s surgeons, doctors, nurses and staff have the best facilities and equipment to care for the increasing number of children who come through our doors.”
Central to OIC’s successful fundraising campaign was the generous “Luskin Match” in which longtime donors and supporters Renee and Meyer Luskin matched every dollar donated to OIC, dollar for dollar, up to $2 million. Meyer Luskin is a former chairman of the board at OIC.

“The Luskin’s unwavering love for Los Angeles’ children can be seen throughout our city, and we are incredibly grateful for their kindness and continued support,” said Michael Sullivan, vice president and chief philanthropy officer at OIC. “Throughout our history we have treated millions of children regardless of their family’s ability to pay, and we couldn’t have done so without the tremendous generosity displayed by caring individuals like Renee and Meyer Luskin.”

The capital campaign—entitled “Vision for Our Future”—allowed for a major reconstruction of the OIC Lowman Building, which itself was a state-of-the-art facility when it opened in 1959. The new Medical Pavilion taking its place is now home to renovated research laboratories in the J. Vernon Luck Research Center, a new Harbison Family Radiology Center, a new pharmacy, the Luck Family Conference Center and a new Ozzie’s Café.

Also housed within the Medical Pavilion is The Ahmanson Foundation Fracture Center—one of the nation’s largest pediatric fracture clinics—made possible through a generous grant from The Ahmanson Foundation. It is the largest gift ever given to OIC from The Ahmanson Foundation, which has supported OIC for the past 40 years. In addition, last summer OIC opened the city’s newest and most modern pediatric orthopaedic urgent care center for children with musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.

“A special thanks goes out to OIC’s board of directors Secretary Richard Giss and board of trustees Vice Chair Jason Silletti who as co-chairs of our capital campaign committee did an extraordinary job in helping us reach our goal and make our dreams possible,” said Sullivan. “They, along with all of our generous donors, share our belief that all children, everywhere, should have the opportunity to achieve their best; and our new state-of-the-art campus is a living reflection of that belief.”

While the capital campaign is complete, OIC continues to rely on the ongoing generosity of donors, especially during these incredibly challenging times caused by the national pandemic. Individuals wishing to support OIC’s mission can donate online.


Motion: Narrowing The Gap Between Research and Clinical Care in Pediatric Orthopaedics

Date: 04/28/2020

Orthopaedic Institute for Children Tops $20 Million Capital Campaign Goal

Redesigned and Reimagined Downtown LA Campus Provides State-of-the-Art Facilities so Children Have the Opportunity to “Grow Well and Play Well”

Orthopaedic Institute for Children announced today that it has exceeded its $20 million capital campaign goal. The funds raised support OIC’s transformation of its downtown LA campus into a model of what pediatric medical care should look like in this early part of the 21st century.

“The funds we raised through this campaign help assure that all children with a musculoskeletal condition or injury in Los Angeles and beyond have the opportunity to grow well and play well through the institute’s commitment to patient care, scientific research and education,” said OIC President and CEO Anthony Scaduto, M.D. “It also helps to ensure that OIC’s surgeons, doctors, nurses and staff have the best facilities and equipment to care for the increasing number of children who come through our doors.”
Central to OIC’s successful fundraising campaign was the generous “Luskin Match” in which longtime donors and supporters Renee and Meyer Luskin matched every dollar donated to OIC, dollar for dollar, up to $2 million. Meyer Luskin is a former chairman of the board at OIC.

“The Luskin’s unwavering love for Los Angeles’ children can be seen throughout our city, and we are incredibly grateful for their kindness and continued support,” said Michael Sullivan, vice president and chief philanthropy officer at OIC. “Throughout our history we have treated millions of children regardless of their family’s ability to pay, and we couldn’t have done so without the tremendous generosity displayed by caring individuals like Renee and Meyer Luskin.”

The capital campaign—entitled “Vision for Our Future”—allowed for a major reconstruction of the OIC Lowman Building, which itself was a state-of-the-art facility when it opened in 1959. The new Medical Pavilion taking its place is now home to renovated research laboratories in the J. Vernon Luck Research Center, a new Harbison Family Radiology Center, a new pharmacy, the Luck Family Conference Center and a new Ozzie’s Café.

Also housed within the Medical Pavilion is The Ahmanson Foundation Fracture Center—one of the nation’s largest pediatric fracture clinics—made possible through a generous grant from The Ahmanson Foundation. It is the largest gift ever given to OIC from The Ahmanson Foundation, which has supported OIC for the past 40 years. In addition, last summer OIC opened the city’s newest and most modern pediatric orthopaedic urgent care center for children with musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.

“A special thanks goes out to OIC’s board of directors Secretary Richard Giss and board of trustees Vice Chair Jason Silletti who as co-chairs of our capital campaign committee did an extraordinary job in helping us reach our goal and make our dreams possible,” said Sullivan. “They, along with all of our generous donors, share our belief that all children, everywhere, should have the opportunity to achieve their best; and our new state-of-the-art campus is a living reflection of that belief.”

While the capital campaign is complete, OIC continues to rely on the ongoing generosity of donors, especially during these incredibly challenging times caused by the national pandemic. Individuals wishing to support OIC’s mission can donate online.


Watch the Donor Town Hall Meeting

Date: 04/03/2020

Orthopaedic Institute for Children Tops $20 Million Capital Campaign Goal

Redesigned and Reimagined Downtown LA Campus Provides State-of-the-Art Facilities so Children Have the Opportunity to “Grow Well and Play Well”

Orthopaedic Institute for Children announced today that it has exceeded its $20 million capital campaign goal. The funds raised support OIC’s transformation of its downtown LA campus into a model of what pediatric medical care should look like in this early part of the 21st century.

“The funds we raised through this campaign help assure that all children with a musculoskeletal condition or injury in Los Angeles and beyond have the opportunity to grow well and play well through the institute’s commitment to patient care, scientific research and education,” said OIC President and CEO Anthony Scaduto, M.D. “It also helps to ensure that OIC’s surgeons, doctors, nurses and staff have the best facilities and equipment to care for the increasing number of children who come through our doors.”
Central to OIC’s successful fundraising campaign was the generous “Luskin Match” in which longtime donors and supporters Renee and Meyer Luskin matched every dollar donated to OIC, dollar for dollar, up to $2 million. Meyer Luskin is a former chairman of the board at OIC.

“The Luskin’s unwavering love for Los Angeles’ children can be seen throughout our city, and we are incredibly grateful for their kindness and continued support,” said Michael Sullivan, vice president and chief philanthropy officer at OIC. “Throughout our history we have treated millions of children regardless of their family’s ability to pay, and we couldn’t have done so without the tremendous generosity displayed by caring individuals like Renee and Meyer Luskin.”

The capital campaign—entitled “Vision for Our Future”—allowed for a major reconstruction of the OIC Lowman Building, which itself was a state-of-the-art facility when it opened in 1959. The new Medical Pavilion taking its place is now home to renovated research laboratories in the J. Vernon Luck Research Center, a new Harbison Family Radiology Center, a new pharmacy, the Luck Family Conference Center and a new Ozzie’s Café.

Also housed within the Medical Pavilion is The Ahmanson Foundation Fracture Center—one of the nation’s largest pediatric fracture clinics—made possible through a generous grant from The Ahmanson Foundation. It is the largest gift ever given to OIC from The Ahmanson Foundation, which has supported OIC for the past 40 years. In addition, last summer OIC opened the city’s newest and most modern pediatric orthopaedic urgent care center for children with musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.

“A special thanks goes out to OIC’s board of directors Secretary Richard Giss and board of trustees Vice Chair Jason Silletti who as co-chairs of our capital campaign committee did an extraordinary job in helping us reach our goal and make our dreams possible,” said Sullivan. “They, along with all of our generous donors, share our belief that all children, everywhere, should have the opportunity to achieve their best; and our new state-of-the-art campus is a living reflection of that belief.”

While the capital campaign is complete, OIC continues to rely on the ongoing generosity of donors, especially during these incredibly challenging times caused by the national pandemic. Individuals wishing to support OIC’s mission can donate online.


Pediatric Urgent Care Featured on KRCA

Date: 03/18/2020

Orthopaedic Institute for Children Tops $20 Million Capital Campaign Goal

Redesigned and Reimagined Downtown LA Campus Provides State-of-the-Art Facilities so Children Have the Opportunity to “Grow Well and Play Well”

Orthopaedic Institute for Children announced today that it has exceeded its $20 million capital campaign goal. The funds raised support OIC’s transformation of its downtown LA campus into a model of what pediatric medical care should look like in this early part of the 21st century.

“The funds we raised through this campaign help assure that all children with a musculoskeletal condition or injury in Los Angeles and beyond have the opportunity to grow well and play well through the institute’s commitment to patient care, scientific research and education,” said OIC President and CEO Anthony Scaduto, M.D. “It also helps to ensure that OIC’s surgeons, doctors, nurses and staff have the best facilities and equipment to care for the increasing number of children who come through our doors.”
Central to OIC’s successful fundraising campaign was the generous “Luskin Match” in which longtime donors and supporters Renee and Meyer Luskin matched every dollar donated to OIC, dollar for dollar, up to $2 million. Meyer Luskin is a former chairman of the board at OIC.

“The Luskin’s unwavering love for Los Angeles’ children can be seen throughout our city, and we are incredibly grateful for their kindness and continued support,” said Michael Sullivan, vice president and chief philanthropy officer at OIC. “Throughout our history we have treated millions of children regardless of their family’s ability to pay, and we couldn’t have done so without the tremendous generosity displayed by caring individuals like Renee and Meyer Luskin.”

The capital campaign—entitled “Vision for Our Future”—allowed for a major reconstruction of the OIC Lowman Building, which itself was a state-of-the-art facility when it opened in 1959. The new Medical Pavilion taking its place is now home to renovated research laboratories in the J. Vernon Luck Research Center, a new Harbison Family Radiology Center, a new pharmacy, the Luck Family Conference Center and a new Ozzie’s Café.

Also housed within the Medical Pavilion is The Ahmanson Foundation Fracture Center—one of the nation’s largest pediatric fracture clinics—made possible through a generous grant from The Ahmanson Foundation. It is the largest gift ever given to OIC from The Ahmanson Foundation, which has supported OIC for the past 40 years. In addition, last summer OIC opened the city’s newest and most modern pediatric orthopaedic urgent care center for children with musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.

“A special thanks goes out to OIC’s board of directors Secretary Richard Giss and board of trustees Vice Chair Jason Silletti who as co-chairs of our capital campaign committee did an extraordinary job in helping us reach our goal and make our dreams possible,” said Sullivan. “They, along with all of our generous donors, share our belief that all children, everywhere, should have the opportunity to achieve their best; and our new state-of-the-art campus is a living reflection of that belief.”

While the capital campaign is complete, OIC continues to rely on the ongoing generosity of donors, especially during these incredibly challenging times caused by the national pandemic. Individuals wishing to support OIC’s mission can donate online.


OIC Tops $20 Million Capital Campaign Goal

Date: 07/10/2020

KRCA, Channel 62 LA interviewed OIC’s Medical Director Mauricio Silva, M.D. during OIC’s grand opening of the new pediatric orthopedic Urgent Care Center.

Learn more about OIC’s Urgent Care Center, including parking, directions, and what to bring.

OIC – Grand Opening – KRCA

English Translation
News Announcer: And now, Noticias 62 live at 11 o’clock.

Residents in South Los Angeles received very good news today. A medical emergency center had its grand opening, where the whole community can get treatment. Alberto Godinez interviewed patients and the head of the clinic. Alberto, tell us how things went.

Alberto Godinez: Thank you and good evening. The good news is not only for the patients in the area; this place opens its doors and its heart to children from all over the world.

EMERGENCY CLINIC GRAND OPENING

Alberto Godinez: The Orthopaedic Institute for Children is in celebration. The big news has been announced with music, smiles and applause: the extension of the clinic. In times when at a national level the undocumented are rejected, here they are welcome.

Eric Garcetti, Mayor of Los Angeles: This gives us a very powerful message that borders cannot divide us. They are part of a united world, especially here, in Los Angeles, where all people belongs.

Alberto Godinez Voiceover: Many hours of commitment, many years of building and a 20 million-dollar investment were all that it took to open this hospital expansion which welcomes all
patients such as Yvonne Valvez, who lives in Mexicali.

Yvonne Valvez: They help me because I was born with no legs.

Alberto Godinez: So now you have legs? Can you walk now? How do you feel?

Yvonne Valvez: I feel great.

Alberto Godinez: Can you run?

Yvonne Valvez: Yes.

Alberto Godinez: Are you naughty?

Yvonne Valvez: Yeah.

Alberto Godinez: The clinic has the latest technology. Here there is treatment for all orthopedic issues that a child can have. No matter their migratory status.

Dr. Mauricio Silva, OIC Medical Director: Right now, around 25,000 patients are seen every year in the emergency center and 60,000 patients in general at the hospital.

Alberto Godinez: Doctors, medicine and surgery. For more information, please call area code 213-742-1000. That’s all from me. I’m Alberto Godinez reporting from Los Angeles. Noticias 62. Your city, your team.

News Announcer: Thank you, Alberto. Good evening.


Coronavirus COVID-19 Update

KRCA, Channel 62 LA interviewed OIC’s Medical Director Mauricio Silva, M.D. during OIC’s grand opening of the new pediatric orthopedic Urgent Care Center.

Learn more about OIC’s Urgent Care Center, including parking, directions, and what to bring.

OIC – Grand Opening – KRCA

English Translation
News Announcer: And now, Noticias 62 live at 11 o’clock.

Residents in South Los Angeles received very good news today. A medical emergency center had its grand opening, where the whole community can get treatment. Alberto Godinez interviewed patients and the head of the clinic. Alberto, tell us how things went.

Alberto Godinez: Thank you and good evening. The good news is not only for the patients in the area; this place opens its doors and its heart to children from all over the world.

EMERGENCY CLINIC GRAND OPENING

Alberto Godinez: The Orthopaedic Institute for Children is in celebration. The big news has been announced with music, smiles and applause: the extension of the clinic. In times when at a national level the undocumented are rejected, here they are welcome.

Eric Garcetti, Mayor of Los Angeles: This gives us a very powerful message that borders cannot divide us. They are part of a united world, especially here, in Los Angeles, where all people belongs.

Alberto Godinez Voiceover: Many hours of commitment, many years of building and a 20 million-dollar investment were all that it took to open this hospital expansion which welcomes all
patients such as Yvonne Valvez, who lives in Mexicali.

Yvonne Valvez: They help me because I was born with no legs.

Alberto Godinez: So now you have legs? Can you walk now? How do you feel?

Yvonne Valvez: I feel great.

Alberto Godinez: Can you run?

Yvonne Valvez: Yes.

Alberto Godinez: Are you naughty?

Yvonne Valvez: Yeah.

Alberto Godinez: The clinic has the latest technology. Here there is treatment for all orthopedic issues that a child can have. No matter their migratory status.

Dr. Mauricio Silva, OIC Medical Director: Right now, around 25,000 patients are seen every year in the emergency center and 60,000 patients in general at the hospital.

Alberto Godinez: Doctors, medicine and surgery. For more information, please call area code 213-742-1000. That’s all from me. I’m Alberto Godinez reporting from Los Angeles. Noticias 62. Your city, your team.

News Announcer: Thank you, Alberto. Good evening.


One of the Nation’s Largest Pediatric Orthopaedic Fracture Centers Opens at Los Angeles’ Orthopaedic Institute for Children

Date: 06/09/2020

KRCA, Channel 62 LA interviewed OIC’s Medical Director Mauricio Silva, M.D. during OIC’s grand opening of the new pediatric orthopedic Urgent Care Center.

Learn more about OIC’s Urgent Care Center, including parking, directions, and what to bring.

OIC – Grand Opening – KRCA

English Translation
News Announcer: And now, Noticias 62 live at 11 o’clock.

Residents in South Los Angeles received very good news today. A medical emergency center had its grand opening, where the whole community can get treatment. Alberto Godinez interviewed patients and the head of the clinic. Alberto, tell us how things went.

Alberto Godinez: Thank you and good evening. The good news is not only for the patients in the area; this place opens its doors and its heart to children from all over the world.

EMERGENCY CLINIC GRAND OPENING

Alberto Godinez: The Orthopaedic Institute for Children is in celebration. The big news has been announced with music, smiles and applause: the extension of the clinic. In times when at a national level the undocumented are rejected, here they are welcome.

Eric Garcetti, Mayor of Los Angeles: This gives us a very powerful message that borders cannot divide us. They are part of a united world, especially here, in Los Angeles, where all people belongs.

Alberto Godinez Voiceover: Many hours of commitment, many years of building and a 20 million-dollar investment were all that it took to open this hospital expansion which welcomes all
patients such as Yvonne Valvez, who lives in Mexicali.

Yvonne Valvez: They help me because I was born with no legs.

Alberto Godinez: So now you have legs? Can you walk now? How do you feel?

Yvonne Valvez: I feel great.

Alberto Godinez: Can you run?

Yvonne Valvez: Yes.

Alberto Godinez: Are you naughty?

Yvonne Valvez: Yeah.

Alberto Godinez: The clinic has the latest technology. Here there is treatment for all orthopedic issues that a child can have. No matter their migratory status.

Dr. Mauricio Silva, OIC Medical Director: Right now, around 25,000 patients are seen every year in the emergency center and 60,000 patients in general at the hospital.

Alberto Godinez: Doctors, medicine and surgery. For more information, please call area code 213-742-1000. That’s all from me. I’m Alberto Godinez reporting from Los Angeles. Noticias 62. Your city, your team.

News Announcer: Thank you, Alberto. Good evening.


Orthopaedic Institute for Children’s Ambulatory Surgery Center and OIC Laboratory Receive National Accreditations

Date: 06/09/2020

KRCA, Channel 62 LA interviewed OIC’s Medical Director Mauricio Silva, M.D. during OIC’s grand opening of the new pediatric orthopedic Urgent Care Center.

Learn more about OIC’s Urgent Care Center, including parking, directions, and what to bring.

OIC – Grand Opening – KRCA

English Translation
News Announcer: And now, Noticias 62 live at 11 o’clock.

Residents in South Los Angeles received very good news today. A medical emergency center had its grand opening, where the whole community can get treatment. Alberto Godinez interviewed patients and the head of the clinic. Alberto, tell us how things went.

Alberto Godinez: Thank you and good evening. The good news is not only for the patients in the area; this place opens its doors and its heart to children from all over the world.

EMERGENCY CLINIC GRAND OPENING

Alberto Godinez: The Orthopaedic Institute for Children is in celebration. The big news has been announced with music, smiles and applause: the extension of the clinic. In times when at a national level the undocumented are rejected, here they are welcome.

Eric Garcetti, Mayor of Los Angeles: This gives us a very powerful message that borders cannot divide us. They are part of a united world, especially here, in Los Angeles, where all people belongs.

Alberto Godinez Voiceover: Many hours of commitment, many years of building and a 20 million-dollar investment were all that it took to open this hospital expansion which welcomes all
patients such as Yvonne Valvez, who lives in Mexicali.

Yvonne Valvez: They help me because I was born with no legs.

Alberto Godinez: So now you have legs? Can you walk now? How do you feel?

Yvonne Valvez: I feel great.

Alberto Godinez: Can you run?

Yvonne Valvez: Yes.

Alberto Godinez: Are you naughty?

Yvonne Valvez: Yeah.

Alberto Godinez: The clinic has the latest technology. Here there is treatment for all orthopedic issues that a child can have. No matter their migratory status.

Dr. Mauricio Silva, OIC Medical Director: Right now, around 25,000 patients are seen every year in the emergency center and 60,000 patients in general at the hospital.

Alberto Godinez: Doctors, medicine and surgery. For more information, please call area code 213-742-1000. That’s all from me. I’m Alberto Godinez reporting from Los Angeles. Noticias 62. Your city, your team.

News Announcer: Thank you, Alberto. Good evening.


Motion: Narrowing The Gap Between Research and Clinical Care in Pediatric Orthopaedics

Date: 04/28/2020

KRCA, Channel 62 LA interviewed OIC’s Medical Director Mauricio Silva, M.D. during OIC’s grand opening of the new pediatric orthopedic Urgent Care Center.

Learn more about OIC’s Urgent Care Center, including parking, directions, and what to bring.

OIC – Grand Opening – KRCA

English Translation
News Announcer: And now, Noticias 62 live at 11 o’clock.

Residents in South Los Angeles received very good news today. A medical emergency center had its grand opening, where the whole community can get treatment. Alberto Godinez interviewed patients and the head of the clinic. Alberto, tell us how things went.

Alberto Godinez: Thank you and good evening. The good news is not only for the patients in the area; this place opens its doors and its heart to children from all over the world.

EMERGENCY CLINIC GRAND OPENING

Alberto Godinez: The Orthopaedic Institute for Children is in celebration. The big news has been announced with music, smiles and applause: the extension of the clinic. In times when at a national level the undocumented are rejected, here they are welcome.

Eric Garcetti, Mayor of Los Angeles: This gives us a very powerful message that borders cannot divide us. They are part of a united world, especially here, in Los Angeles, where all people belongs.

Alberto Godinez Voiceover: Many hours of commitment, many years of building and a 20 million-dollar investment were all that it took to open this hospital expansion which welcomes all
patients such as Yvonne Valvez, who lives in Mexicali.

Yvonne Valvez: They help me because I was born with no legs.

Alberto Godinez: So now you have legs? Can you walk now? How do you feel?

Yvonne Valvez: I feel great.

Alberto Godinez: Can you run?

Yvonne Valvez: Yes.

Alberto Godinez: Are you naughty?

Yvonne Valvez: Yeah.

Alberto Godinez: The clinic has the latest technology. Here there is treatment for all orthopedic issues that a child can have. No matter their migratory status.

Dr. Mauricio Silva, OIC Medical Director: Right now, around 25,000 patients are seen every year in the emergency center and 60,000 patients in general at the hospital.

Alberto Godinez: Doctors, medicine and surgery. For more information, please call area code 213-742-1000. That’s all from me. I’m Alberto Godinez reporting from Los Angeles. Noticias 62. Your city, your team.

News Announcer: Thank you, Alberto. Good evening.


Watch the Donor Town Hall Meeting

Date: 04/03/2020

KRCA, Channel 62 LA interviewed OIC’s Medical Director Mauricio Silva, M.D. during OIC’s grand opening of the new pediatric orthopedic Urgent Care Center.

Learn more about OIC’s Urgent Care Center, including parking, directions, and what to bring.

OIC – Grand Opening – KRCA

English Translation
News Announcer: And now, Noticias 62 live at 11 o’clock.

Residents in South Los Angeles received very good news today. A medical emergency center had its grand opening, where the whole community can get treatment. Alberto Godinez interviewed patients and the head of the clinic. Alberto, tell us how things went.

Alberto Godinez: Thank you and good evening. The good news is not only for the patients in the area; this place opens its doors and its heart to children from all over the world.

EMERGENCY CLINIC GRAND OPENING

Alberto Godinez: The Orthopaedic Institute for Children is in celebration. The big news has been announced with music, smiles and applause: the extension of the clinic. In times when at a national level the undocumented are rejected, here they are welcome.

Eric Garcetti, Mayor of Los Angeles: This gives us a very powerful message that borders cannot divide us. They are part of a united world, especially here, in Los Angeles, where all people belongs.

Alberto Godinez Voiceover: Many hours of commitment, many years of building and a 20 million-dollar investment were all that it took to open this hospital expansion which welcomes all
patients such as Yvonne Valvez, who lives in Mexicali.

Yvonne Valvez: They help me because I was born with no legs.

Alberto Godinez: So now you have legs? Can you walk now? How do you feel?

Yvonne Valvez: I feel great.

Alberto Godinez: Can you run?

Yvonne Valvez: Yes.

Alberto Godinez: Are you naughty?

Yvonne Valvez: Yeah.

Alberto Godinez: The clinic has the latest technology. Here there is treatment for all orthopedic issues that a child can have. No matter their migratory status.

Dr. Mauricio Silva, OIC Medical Director: Right now, around 25,000 patients are seen every year in the emergency center and 60,000 patients in general at the hospital.

Alberto Godinez: Doctors, medicine and surgery. For more information, please call area code 213-742-1000. That’s all from me. I’m Alberto Godinez reporting from Los Angeles. Noticias 62. Your city, your team.

News Announcer: Thank you, Alberto. Good evening.


Pediatric Urgent Care Featured on KRCA

Date: 03/18/2020

KRCA, Channel 62 LA interviewed OIC’s Medical Director Mauricio Silva, M.D. during OIC’s grand opening of the new pediatric orthopedic Urgent Care Center.

Learn more about OIC’s Urgent Care Center, including parking, directions, and what to bring.

OIC – Grand Opening – KRCA

English Translation
News Announcer: And now, Noticias 62 live at 11 o’clock.

Residents in South Los Angeles received very good news today. A medical emergency center had its grand opening, where the whole community can get treatment. Alberto Godinez interviewed patients and the head of the clinic. Alberto, tell us how things went.

Alberto Godinez: Thank you and good evening. The good news is not only for the patients in the area; this place opens its doors and its heart to children from all over the world.

EMERGENCY CLINIC GRAND OPENING

Alberto Godinez: The Orthopaedic Institute for Children is in celebration. The big news has been announced with music, smiles and applause: the extension of the clinic. In times when at a national level the undocumented are rejected, here they are welcome.

Eric Garcetti, Mayor of Los Angeles: This gives us a very powerful message that borders cannot divide us. They are part of a united world, especially here, in Los Angeles, where all people belongs.

Alberto Godinez Voiceover: Many hours of commitment, many years of building and a 20 million-dollar investment were all that it took to open this hospital expansion which welcomes all
patients such as Yvonne Valvez, who lives in Mexicali.

Yvonne Valvez: They help me because I was born with no legs.

Alberto Godinez: So now you have legs? Can you walk now? How do you feel?

Yvonne Valvez: I feel great.

Alberto Godinez: Can you run?

Yvonne Valvez: Yes.

Alberto Godinez: Are you naughty?

Yvonne Valvez: Yeah.

Alberto Godinez: The clinic has the latest technology. Here there is treatment for all orthopedic issues that a child can have. No matter their migratory status.

Dr. Mauricio Silva, OIC Medical Director: Right now, around 25,000 patients are seen every year in the emergency center and 60,000 patients in general at the hospital.

Alberto Godinez: Doctors, medicine and surgery. For more information, please call area code 213-742-1000. That’s all from me. I’m Alberto Godinez reporting from Los Angeles. Noticias 62. Your city, your team.

News Announcer: Thank you, Alberto. Good evening.