Posts Tagged ‘supports’

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.

Sam Solakyan Supports Wendy Greuel for Mayor

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013
Wendy Greuel

Sam Sollakyan supports Wendy Greuel

Wendy Greuel has pledged to be a mayor for all of Los Angeles, and she is traveling to neighborhoods in every part of the city to talk to voters about the future of LA and to encourage people to vote. “This is a crucial election, and I’m thrilled to see so many Angelenos who are enthusiastic about voting and are joining our campaign to change Los Angeles. I’ll be a mayor for all of Los Angeles… we’re talking to Angelenos in every neighborhood and community in the city about how we can create jobs, reform our schools, improve our transportation and root out waste in government,” Greuel said. “As someone who won their first election by 225 votes, I know how important it is to reach out to as many people as possible and encourage everyone to take part in the civic process.”