Posts Tagged ‘Service’

Sam Solakyan CEO of Vital Imaging Announce Remodeling of Locations

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

news7-revitalizationWe have begun a massive remodel at our locations to include a whole new look and feel. We know that patients are seeking MRI’s to diagnose the source of their discomfort. We want to provide a clean, comfortable and tranquil environment for our patients while they wait for their service. We are also making every effort to streamline the paperwork and minimalize wait time for patients by providing access to patient information forms online.

If your patients do not have access to the internet, they can fill out those forms in our office on their appointment day. Doctors are welcome to provide those as well for the ease of their patients. The link to these forms can be found at our website click on the doctors and patients tab and scroll down to PDF for Patients. We will be sending out invites to our referral sources for open houses as soon as renovations are complete.

We will also be happy to include anyone interested on our list for our upcoming lecture series presented by our very own Dr. Khan. For more information about events in your area, please send an email and be sure to include your geographic locale to me, Amee Gray and I will be sure you are included in the list for this informative series for you and your staff.

Saving Lives: One Child At A Time

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

kidnap and rescueWhen Sam Solakyan, CEO of Global Holdings, happened upon an episode of the show “Kidnap and Rescue” on the Discovery Channel, he couldn’t believe what he saw. The program showed a group of people who went on rescue missions to retrieve abducted children who had been kidnapped and sold into slavery.

Sam was both disturbed by the horrific child slavery and amazed by the heroic people who risked their lives to save these poor children. He started researching the search and rescue organization, Project Child Save, and decided to do what he could to help with this great cause.

Sam donated $20,000 to Project Child Save, which resulted in the successful retrieval of 39 kidnapped children. Sam was so thrilled with the news of this accomplishment that he decided to help out even more. Sam donated $100,000 to Project Child Save’s rescue missions and committed himself to join the fight against child pornography and child sex trafficking.

“This is the most heinous, horrible crime I can imagine and I couldn’t put a price tag on how important it is to end this once and for all,” Sam said. “No amount of success in this lifetime is worth it when we live in a world where people sell, rape, torture, exploit and murder children. Can you imagine if it was one of your own?”

The trained operatives at Project Child Save are retired law enforcement agents, veterans, navy seals and retired government agents. They voluntarily risk their lives regularly to save these innocent children without any payment. Their pledge is “If necessary I am prepared to give all of my tomorrows for one child’s today.”

You can also contribute by going to their website and learn more by going to YouTube.

Good Samaritan Sam Solakyan helps Boy Facing Amputation

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013
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Sam Solakyan makes Donation

Ethan Perez was nervous about having one of his legs amputated because of a vascular condition so his parents bought him a very special scooter as a reward for after the surgery. Unfortunately, not long after, the family’s home was burglarized and Ethan’s family lost a lot of their electronics, as well as Ethan’s scooter.

The family was devastated with this loss. Not only did they lose thousands of dollars worth of electronics, but they also lost Ethan’s special gift to help him cope the loss of his leg.

After hearing about this tragic story, a generous teacher replaced the scooter. Ethan was so excited to have his scooter back and the family was ready to try to get back to their normal lives, sans electronics.

Then, soon after, they got a phone call from two individuals they’d never met before. Good Samaritan Sam Solakyan and Alex Ghazarian saw the story online and wanted to help out. They told the family to email them a list of what they’d lost in the burglary and what they wanted to replace it with.

After giving the family some time to think about it, Sam and Alex went out and bought every item that was on the list. The family was so amazed at the generosity and kindness these two strangers bestowed upon them in their time of need.

“Amazing. Speechless. Best day of my life,” Ethan said in an interview with a local news station.

Sam and Alex weren’t interested in the publicity or praise they received for this kind act of service. They simply saw an opportunity to help and jumped at the chance.

“I felt terrible about it—about the things he has to go through already and now it’s multiplied by such a tragic incident. I wanted to do whatever little bit I can to help out,” Sam said in an interview.