Argosy University in Orange said it will launch a Master of Law in Compliance online degree program with a health law concentration.
Golden State Management Corp. in Lake Forest plans 25 to 30 locations of Modern Acupuncture in OC over the next three years, part of a commitment of 65 sites that includes San Diego County and the Inland Empire.
Irvine-based device maker Axonics Modulation Technologies Inc. completed a $20.5 million second closing of its series C, bringing the total amount of capital raised for the round to $35 million.
Konica Minolta has signed a definitive agreement to buy Aliso Viejo-based genetic testing company Ambry Genetics Corp., the companies said.
Ambry Genetics Corp. in Aliso Viejo will sell to Tokyo-based Konica Minolta Inc. for about $890 million, a report in Nikkei Asian Review said Sunday.
Sarepta Therapeutics Inc. in Cambridge, Mass., named Douglas Ingram its president and chief executive officer.
Children’s Hospital Orange County in Orange appointed John Henderson vice president and chief information officer.
Costa Mesa-based Lindora Medical Clinics Inc. named William Righeimer chief executive.
UC Irvine Health’s Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center said two new leukemia endowed research chairs would be named through a $5 million gift from the Chao family.
Vanguard University in Costa Mesa plans several additions to its nursing programs.
Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach, one of MemorialCare Health System’s five hospitals, said it will work with UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital, part of UCLA Health, on pediatric care.
Anaheim-based medical device maker ClearFlow Inc. secured Food and Drug Administration approval for the FlowGlide Active Clearance Technology System, a device that clears chest tubes to prevent or reduce retention of blood and fluids.
An affiliate of Irvine-based HCP Inc. bought the two-building Scripps Wateridge Corporate Center office campus in Sorrento Mesa, a neighborhood in northwestern San Diego County, for $26.1 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.
Dr. Roger Steinert, chair of the University of California-Irvine school of medicine’s department of ophthalmology and founding director of its Gavin Herbert Eye Institute, died on June 6 at his home in Colorado after a battle with brain cancer.
Allergan PLC will buy Stuart-Fla.-based Keller Medical Inc. in Stuart, Fla., which makes a breast implant insertion device that reduces surgeon and patient contact during surgeries.