AIM Closes Granada Hills, Calif. Office

Lyla Katz
GRANADA HILLS, Calif. — AIM Healthcare Foundation’s Granada Hills office has permanently closed its doors as of June 4.

The company says that though this location is now closed, it will still be able to serve its patients.

AIM says it will be offering its Mobile Draw service not just after hours, but during regular business hours as well where technicians come to the patient.

Additionally, the company says it will be opening several more draw stations in the surrounding area. Patients can also select the desired location online.

The company says video companies and production facilities will now have the option of having one of the AIM technicians schedule time to come to their offices to draw blood and collect all the needed specimens for testing.

The Mobile Draw service also provides access to vaccinations such as Hepatitis A and B as well as the Gardasil vaccination, B-12 shots, medications for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia and yearly flu shots.

AIM says it is viewing this as an opportunity to better serve it's patients and expand and grow with more testing and screening options.

AIM’s Sherman Oaks office will continue operating under normal business hours.