HELENWOOD, Tenn. (WATE) – Catholic Charities is filling gaps in rural Scott County after noticing health care shortages in the area. Saint Mary’s Legacy Clinic, a mobile medical mission, will now offer its services in Scott County through a partnership with Catholic Charities. The clinic offers a range of primaryRead More →

A group of migrants held in the Imperial Regional Detention Center filed a federal lawsuit last week alleging medical negligence, retaliatory solitary confinement and civil rights violations. The complaint provides the accounts of five different men held in the Federal Immigration Detention Center to document the “torturing conditions” inside theRead More →

Chief Secretary Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta today chaired the 5th Board Meeting of the National Health Agency (SHA) and also reviewed its performance regarding the implementation of the ‘Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Aarogya Yojana (AB-PMJAY) / AB-PMJAY Sehat here in UTAH.The meeting was attended by the Additional Chief Secretary,Read More →

Since Dr. Chris Molitor began seeing patients in the newly built office of Advocate Medical Group Lake Villa, he has put the language skills developed in college to good use. From middle school to high school, passing through college, his Spanish studies prepared him to become a bilingual doctor. “ItRead More →

Rhonda Campbell, CEO of Liberty-Dayton Regional Medical Center, cuts a ribbon during the grand opening of the new Liberty-Dayton Medical Clinic location at 1201 N. Travis St., Liberty. She is assisted by Liberty County Hospital District No. 1 Board Chairman Bruce Stratton. The Dayton Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cuttingRead More →

A federal judge’s decision in Texas has called into question whether millions of insured Americans will continue to receive certain preventive medical services, such as cancer screenings and drugs that protect people from infection with HIV, without making co-payments. This is the latest legal battle over the Affordable Care Act,Read More →

Chickasaw Nation Medical Center received a five-star rating from a health care industry publication, establishing it as one of an elite group of national hospitals. The monthly publication, Becker’s Hospital Review, has published the elite review in the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Overall Hospital Quality Star RatingsRead More →

HAWARDEN—After welcoming them and thanking them for coming, Sioux Center Health CEO Cory Nelson told attendees at Hawarden Chamber Coffee last Thursday that “the fastest growing service line at Sioux Center Health for the past four years has been behavioral health services”. Nelson explained that the statistics are both goodRead More →

Universal Medical Services Limited began operations in Brahmanbaria on Saturday September 3. The services were inaugurated by Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee of the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism and MP for Brahmanbaria-3 RAM constituency Ubaidul Moktadir Chowdhury, a press release said. “People of Rahmanbaria expect reliable healthRead More →

Health authorities on Saturday called on elderly Covid patients to receive medical treatment even if they had mild or no symptoms. The call came as the city recorded 10,426 new coronavirus infections for the day, 204 of which were imported. Officials said 2,739 patients were being treated in public hospitals,Read More →

Possible increases in the number of coronavirus cases in the fall and protective measures for employees – members of the KGHM Medical Council held a discussion on the pandemic and medical care in the Copperbelt. Since the start of the pandemic, KGHM has put in place a number of measuresRead More →