Methodist Hospital, Citrus Valley to Get Training Funds

Methodist Hospital of Southern California in Arcadia and Citrus Valley Health Partners in Covina are among 45 health care facilities, businesses and other organizations that will be receiving job-training funds through the state.  The money, which totals nearly $12 billion, was approved Friday by the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency’s employment training panel. Methodist Hospital will be getting $249,642, and Citrus Valley will receive $398,520. Another $600,000 has been designated to be distributed among 17 small business projects, each approved in the amount of $50,000 or less. “We’re thrilled to get this money,” Citrus Valley spokeswoman Tracy Dallarda said. “It will be used for valuable recruiting and training. Quality nurses are in high demand. And with three campuses, we need to fill that void.”

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