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The Management Services Department requires that a certified typing certificate be submitted along with a City Employment Application for all positions that specify a typing test requirement prior to the final filing date listed on the job announcement. The certificate must be issued by an accredited school or agency and dated no later than one year prior to the final filing date listed on the job announcement. Self-administered typing tests over the Internet will not be accepted. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that certificates issued by any agency meet the requirements stated below. You may obtain a valid typing certificate at the City of Burbank WorkForce Connection (phone: 818-238- 5021 or address: 301 East Olive #101, Burbank CA 91502).

West Los Angeles College, located at 9000 Overland Avenue, is a medium-sized college in a suburban locale that makes its home in Culver City, CA. It is a public school with mainly two-year programs.


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In 1907, Burbank's first major hospital opened under the name "Burbank Community Hospital". The 16-bed facility served the community during a deadly epidemic in 1913 and helped it brace for possible air raids at the start of . The two-story hospital was located at Olive Avenue and Fifth Street. By 1925, the hospital was expanded to 50 beds and in the mid-1980s operated with 103 beds and a staff of over 175 physicians. For years, it also was the only hospital in Burbank where women could receive abortions, tubal ligations and other procedures not offered at what is now . A physicians group acquired the hospital for $2 million in 1990 and renamed it Thompson Memorial Medical Center, in honor of the hospital's founder, Dr. Elmer H. Thompson. He was a general practitioner who made house calls by bicycle and horseback. In 2001, Burbank Community Hospital was razed to make way for a Belmont Village Senior Living community. Proceeds from that sale went to the Burbank Health Care Foundation, which assists community organizations that cater to health-related needs.