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9/30/16 - $35M surgical center on tap for Athens [The Decatur Daily, Ala.]
Sept. 30 ATHENS Athens-Limestone Hospital is pushing forward with a $35.5 million project to build an outpatient surgical center near U.S. 72 and Interstate 65. The surgical center is one of two major projects near I-65 and U.S. 72. A Tennessee- based partnership broke ground in May on a 57,000- square-foot, 64- bed assisted living facility at
9/30/16 - 1000 sign petition in bid to save hospital unit beds
MORE than 1000 people have signed a petition to save beds at a Glasgow hospital unit. The Centre for Integrative Care, which offers holistic and alternative therapies for people including many with chronic pain, is set to lose its inpatient beds under health board plans. Campaigners who use the service, and say it is vital for their health, are pla
9/30/16 - 26 Heart Transplants and going strong [India Infoline News Service]
This World Heart Day, Narayana Institute of Cardiac Sciences at NH Health City and M S Ramaiah Narayana Heart Centre the two hospitals authorized to perform heart transplants in Karnataka announced that they have together done 26 heart transplants till date. Therefore, it is seen that the average age of the donor for heart transplant is usually bet
9/30/16 - A Century of Care Lee Memorial Health System Turns 100!
In 1912 a group of civic-minded citizens banded under the Lee County Hospital Association to secure a site, raise funds, and garner support for Southwest Florida's first hospital. "Today our hospitals operate 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week, and our more than 4, 000 nurses are there day and night, of course," reassures Kevin Newingham, Chief Strateg
9/30/16 - Aetna Introduces New Value-Based Care Collaboration with Baptist Health & St. Vincent's HealthCare
Aetna today announced a new value-based collaboration with Baptist Health& St. Vincent s HealthCare to deliver care more efficiently. The collaboration includes Baptist Health& St. Vincent s HealthCare physicians, hospitals and outpatient facilities in a robust network that offers members access to every level of health care service they need
9/30/16 - Baking soda may aid cancer fight
Therapy involves injection as part of liver treatment, not drinking liquid. The study, published in August by the journal eLife, was led by Hu Xun, a cancer researcher at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University's School of Medicine, and Chao Ming, a radiology researcher at the same hospital. "The research is valid, but it's prelimina
9/30/16 - Baking soda may aid cancer fight [China Daily: Europe Weekly]
Therapy involves injection as part of liver treatment, not drinking liquid. The study, published in August by the journal eLife, was led by Hu Xun, a cancer researcher at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University's School of Medicine, and Chao Ming, a radiology researcher at the same hospital. "The research is valid, but it's prelimina
9/30/16 - Cancer Treatment Centers of America(R) at Midwestern Regional Medical Center Launches NEOADAPT Clinical Trial
Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Midwestern Regional Medical Center in suburban Chicago has begun a new phase II clinical trial using a chemotherapy-free approach for early-stage, non-metastatic triple positive breast cancer. The NEOADAPT clinical trial combines two HER2 targeted therapies, trastuzumab and pertuzumab, which are both FDA-..
9/30/16 - Children's clinic to hold annual medical mission
Andrew's Children's Clinic is set to hold its 12th annual Cleft Palate/Cleft Lip Mission Oct. 15-19. During the annual event, surgeries are performed at CIMA Hospital in Hermosillo by doctors from Children's Surgery International of Minneapolis, Minn. Volunteers from CIMA Hospital and St. Following surgery, children receive speech therapy at the No
9/30/16 - Condition of four persons deteriorates after taking poisonous meal
Health condition of at least four persons of same family including a girl deteriorated after eating poisonous meal in Multan. Four persons of same family had eaten food in which a lizard fell during cooking and their health condition deteriorated in Khuni Bridge area of Multan. The affectees were rushed to Nishtar Hospital emergency Ward for medica
9/30/16 - DEATH IS CALLING
IS the government cash-flow crisis now a matter of life and death? Well, when health workers down tools and patients are turned away with nowhere to go, then the answer is most probably yes. These include subventions to institutions like the Good Shepherd Hospital in Siteki where, as a result of non payment, the health personnel resolved to stop wo
9/30/16 - Diabetes centers provide care under one roof [Peninsula, The (Qatar)]
DOHA: The National Diabetes Center at Hamad Medical Corporation receives about 2,000 adult and 700 paediatric patients each month and National Diabetes Center at Al Wakra Hospital receives about 400 patient visits every month. "Created with the vision of uniting clinical care, diabetes education, treatment and research, our National Diabetes Cente
9/30/16 - DOCTORS CHARGED ON RIGHT ATTITUDE TO PATIENTS
Following lack of compassion and the unfeeling way the hospital workers treat patients, Nigerian doctors have been reminded that knowledge and hard work are inconsequential when they lack the right attitude to work. Dr Gboyega Ajayi gave the charge in the 2016 Convocation Lecture he delivered at the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria
9/30/16 - Dr. Mini Horse rides to the rescue [Kitsap Sun, Bremerton, Wash.]
Sept. 30 BREMERTON Virginia Abdalla's face lit up the moment he trotted into her hospital room at Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton. Each week, he visits patients at the Silverdale and Bremerton branches, bringing some joy to counteract the often-stressful hospital environment. While not a typical hospital visitor, Diesel is no stranger to c
9/30/16 - Durable Medical Equipment Professional Consultation Services - Dss [TendersInfo (India)]
Tenders are invited for provide durable medical equipment consulting services, orthotic and prosthetic device consulting services, and respiratory therapy consulting services (hereinafter collectively referred to as professional consultation services ": durable medical equipment shall include custom wheelchairs, walkers, hospital beds,...
9/30/16 - Family Planning - 18,950 Condoms Used At Abuja Hospital in 2016
The Maitama District Hospital in Abuja says its 2016 data shows that condom used is the most preferred family planning method evidenced by 18,950 male condoms uptake. Speaking at United Nations Population Fund and UK Department of International Develoment facilitated visits Thurday in Abuja, the Chief Medical Director of Maitama District Hospital,
9/30/16 - Fitch Rates Oaklawn Hospital (MI) Series 2016 Revenue Bonds 'BBB-'; Outlook Stable
Fitch Ratings has assigned a' BBB-' rating to $79 million of series 2016 fixed rate revenue bonds expected to be issued by the Calhoun County Hospital Finance Authority on behalf of Oaklawn Hospital. The bonds are expected to price the week of Oct. 17 via negotiation. A mortgage pledge is also included on Oaklawn's acute care hospital in Marshall,
9/30/16 - Govt to cover breast cancer reconstructions [Daily Star, The (Lebanon)]
BEIRUT: Lebanese women without private insurance who are treated at government-contracted hospitals will no longer pay for breast reconstruction surgery following mastectomy operations, Health Minister Wael Abu Faour announced Thursday, as these costs will be covered by the government. From Oct. 1, the Health Ministry will cover the expenses of
9/30/16 - Health provider says Vermont deal will boost wellness goals
MONTPELIER, Vt. A pending deal between the state and federal governments will give a big boost to efforts by Vermont's largest health care provider to get 80 percent of its revenue by 2018 for keeping people healthy, rather than treating illnesses, the top official at the University of Vermont Medical Center said Friday. Once Vermont's deal with
9/30/16 - Healthcare is a service, not business [Mail Today (India)]
EMINENT health experts on Thursday raised the issues faced by the hospital and patients during a discussion on quality healthcare at the second edition of Mail Today Health Conclave at Hotel Claridges. Experts pointed out that even though Delhi has a large number of private hospitals offering quality treatment to the patients, many establishments..
9/30/16 - Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator Market by Advanced Life Support and Automated External Defibrillators Detailed Industry Analysis by 2019
The defibrillator product market is segmented into four sub-categories namely advanced life support defibrillators, automated external defibrillators, implantable defibrillators, and wearable defibrillators. Whereas, the end users market can be classified into hospitals, home, public access, emergency medical services and business...
9/30/16 - India to invest in health
Innocent Ruwende Senior Reporter Indian medical investors are keen to partner Zimbabwean institutions to offer specialist treatment with plans now afoot to bring a hospital group that will open a specialist hospital in Harare, India Ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr Rungsung Masakui has said. Zimbabweans, particularly the affluent, have been seeking medica
9/30/16 - Jury: Hospital's negligence did not lead to patient's death
But eight of 12 jurors said the negligence did not cause injury to 51- year-old Michael Beebe of Clyde Park, who died after checking into the hospital shortly after having knee surgery in 2012.. Ten days after undergoing a total knee-replacement surgery in April 2012, Michael Beebe went to the emergency room at the hospital after he started feeling
9/30/16 - Kingston Buono joins Core Physicians
KINGSTON David Buono, MD has joined Core Physicians at their Kingston location and is now accepting new primary care patients. Dr. Buono received his undergraduate degree from Boston University, and received his MD from Boston University School of Medicine, both in Boston, MA.. He completed his residency at UMASS Memorial Medical Center in Worce
9/30/16 - Legal Notice - Notice to Our Orthopaedic Patients
Effective September 30, 2016, Jeffrey Chain, M.D., will no longer provide orthopaedic care and consultation services at Carilion New River Valley Medical Center due to his resignation. Carilion Clinic's team of orthopaedic physicians will continue to provide care for patients who need care. Your confidential medical records will remain with Carilio
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