CHEBOYGAN – For a second year in a row, Loretta Leja, MD and Rivertown Medical Clinic in Cheboygan have won the Priority Health Quality Award 2020. The clinic is located at 920 South Huron, behind the Cheboygan County Building, and is part of the Mackinac Straits Health System. These quality
Saint Barnabas Medical Center announced on September 30 that it will be renamed Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center in honor of a $ 100 million donation from the Cooperman Family Foundation. This is the largest ever donation to a New Jersey hospital, and it will allow the medical center to continue
September 30, 2021: By the Office of Communications and Public Engagement Photos of Ross Kohl Liberty University, with Liberty Mountain Medical Group (LMMG) and Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM) announced the opening of a new pediatric and young adult medical clinic on Lakeside Drive in Lynchburg. The new
FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida, September 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – In response to the opioid crisis, the ongoing HIV epidemic and the COVID-19 pandemic in Broward County, Care Resource Community Health Centers, Inc. announces the launch of the Special Purpose Outreach Team (SPOT) Mobile Medical Clinic, which provides the only
Travel Medical Services Market research report covering the current trend and effect on business of COVID-19. This intelligence report includes investigations based on current scenarios, historical records and future forecasts. Precise data of various aspects such as type, size, application, and end user have been examined in this research report.
Social worker Jennifer Rynkiewicz of Galloway Township is Shore Medical Center’s Guardian Angel for the month of September. Beth Ann Spiegel, provided Beth Ann Spiegel Marketing Coordinator Shore Medical Center Submitted SOMERS POINT – Congratulations to Shore Medical Center September Guardian Angel Social Worker Jennifer Rynkiewicz, MSW, LSW. A member
Medical workers move the body of a Covid-19 patient. – Photo by Bernama KUCHING (September 30): The growing number of reported death cases (BIDs) of Covid-19 in Sarawak is due to people not seeking medical help despite symptoms for days, said Dr Datuk Mohamed Sapian Mohamed. The state health director