Los Angeles, CA. Providence Health & Services, Southern California, and House Clinic, a leader in microscopic ear and skull-based surgery, have finalized a partnership to expand Providence’s neuroscience specialty. As one of the nation’s largest Catholic not-for-profit health care systems, this affiliation enables Providence to offer its patients a new clinical program in neurotology and enhanced medical treatment for hearing loss and ear disease.
As a result of this new partnership, Providence clinicians will have access to House Clinic’s specialty expertise, clinical trials and research, and fellowship programs. Recognized for its pioneering research and training programs, House Clinic’s research has resulted in the first cochlear implant system, the first digital hearing aid, and the first auditory brainstem implant.
Nixon Peabody LLP represented Providence in this partnership. Led by health care partner Jill Gordon, the legal team included associates Jennifer Cormano, Garth Bostic, Daniel Eliav and Jack Rose, and paralegal Mina Gonzaque-Taylor, all based in Nixon Peabody’s Los Angeles office.