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Huntington Memorial Hospital is a 626-bed non-profit, community-focused regional medical center at 100 West California Boulevard,  Pasadena, CA 91105. It is the only trauma center in the San Gabriel Valley and the hospital’s neurosciences center includes multiple award-winning programs such as the:

SCNC takes pride in being affiliated with the hospital where  SCNC doctors have a role in program administration.  Dr. Yafa Minazad was preeminent in the development of Huntington Hospital’s Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring (NIOM) division in 2007.  The purpose of NIOM is to provide critical information during surgeries that might put a patient’s spine or brain at risk.  NIOM was accredited by the American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists (ABRET). NIOM is proud to be one of the first seven labs in the nation to be accredited by ABRET, among them laboratories at U.C.L.A., Stanford, Columbia and Johns Hopkins.

Dr. Arbi Ohanian supervised the creation of Huntington’s stroke center in 2009. In 2010, the hospital was named to the Target Stroke Honor Roll by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.  The hospital was also awarded Gold Plus status in the Get With The Guidelines SM–Stroke program. The hospital was named the first in California to the Target Stroke Honor Roll, and was one of an initial 11 hospitals nationwide named  to the AHA Honor Roll.

Click here for videos of Dr. Minazad or Dr. Ohanian on their work at Huntington Hospital.