MARTINSBURG – Recently, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs honored Kirby Anderson and Andrew Frye of Martinsburg VA Medical Center with the Veterans Health Administration’s National HeRO Award for their contributions to VHA’s journey to high reliability. “VHA’s enterprise-wide journey to high reliability aims to continually improve its processes byRead More →

(Left to right: Dr. Kenneth L. Dean Jr., Dr. Anna Marie Garcia, and Dr. Phaelon Silva). Sponsored content from Cayuga Medical Center. Women in need of gynecological surgery can receive state-of-the-art care at Cayuga Medical Center, where three obstetricians/gynecologists perform these surgeries using robot-assisted technology. Anna Marie Garcia, MD, PhD,Read More →

Dr. Stephen “Steppe” Mette, chief executive of the University of Arkansas Medical Center for Medical Sciences, is retiring, UAMS spokeswoman Leslie Taylor confirmed Friday. Mette, who plans to leave in September, was appointed to the role in 2019 but has worked at the University Medical Center since 2015. “I cameRead More →

Provided by Maureen Medley Administrative Assistant The Madison Medical Center Board of Trustees met March 9 for its regular monthly meeting. The following board members were present: Denny Ward, Ruth Ann Skaggs, Connie Matthews, Kent Marler and Libby Wood. MMC staff present: Lisa Twidwell, Director/CEO; Allan Sucharski, Chief Financial Officer;Read More →

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Studstill press photo PRINCETON – OSF HealthCare Saint Clare Medical Center in Princeton is accepting applications for the 2022 Health Care Scholarships. Three scholarships are available for students pursuing a career in health care. The OSF Saint Clare Health Career Scholarship (formerly the Abbie Jean Gunning Scholarship), the Harold MorineRead More →

Physiotherapist Rob Weiss of Somers Point is Shore Medical Center’s March Guardian Angel. (Photo provided) Community Submitted Content Shore Medical Center recently recognized outpatient physical therapist Robert Weiss, of Somers Point, as its March Guardian Angel for providing passionate and exceptional care to patients at Shore. Shore created The GuardianRead More →

Camp Lejeune Naval Medical Center has been re-verified as a Level III Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons Trauma Committee. This achievement recognizes the NMCCL’s commitment to providing optimal care to injured patients. “Re-verification as a trauma center not only means that we have excelled at the levelRead More →

Pictured from left to right: Lori Trouille, NP, Breast Health Navigator; Samuel Ofori, MD, medical director of the cancer center; Harvey Miller, MD, medical director of the Breast Center; Kayla Ply, Senior Mammography Technician South Georgia Medical Center is excited to launch a new comprehensive breast center under the leadershipRead More →

Cumberland Medical Center is a member of Covenant Health, the region’s largest health care delivery system. Covenant Health includes 10 hospitals and a variety of outpatient and specialty clinics in a 23-county service area. “Being part of Covenant Health provides tremendous value locally,” said David Bunch, executive director of CumberlandRead More →

Kaiser Permanente Napa Solano, first established in Vallejo in 1945, has grown steadily to serve nearly 312,000 members, covering an area stretching from the Carquinez Bridge north to Vacaville and Dixon, across the Napa Valley to Calistoga and to Benicia. The healthcare company provides a variety of inpatient, outpatient, emergencyRead More →

That’s the detail Body Vision Medical’s C-arm tomography provides. Intraoperative CT imaging can provide pulmonologists to see the lung injury. (Photo provided) PARKERSBURG – Innovative advanced imaging technology that promises earlier and more accurate diagnosis of lung cancer for patients is being used at WVU MedicineRead More →

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has authorized a new quality initiative that will provide $34.7 million in state and federal funds to the University of Toledo Medical Center to improve patient care and improve outcomes for patients. “UTMC is an essential partner in improving theRead More →

CHICAGO (CBS) – As the light at the end of the masking tunnel draws closer to the state of Illinois, in many parts of our community, something disturbing is happening. Exhaustion and fatigue worsen. Now, as CBS 2’s Chris Tye reported on Tuesday, military techniques are being deployed to helpRead More →

Additional visits allowed at the UVA Medical Center from February 15 CHARLOTTESVILLE, February 14, 2022 – With the number of COVID-19 cases decreasing, additional visits will be permitted to inpatient units, emergency departments, outpatient clinics and outpatient procedure areas at the University Medical Center of Virginia starting Tuesday, February 15.Read More →

Children’s Hospital & Medical Center Welcomes New Pediatric Specialists Children’s Hospital & Medical Center, the region’s leader in pediatric healthcare, is pleased to announce that the following pediatric specialists have joined to its medical staff. Megan Carter, PsyD., joined Children’s Behavioral Health as a neuropsychologist. A licensed psychologist, Dr. CarterRead More →

Understanding the influence of COVID-19 on Post Acne Scar Remediation Market with our analysts monitoring the situation around the world. Description of the report: Market Strides released a report titled Post-Acne Scar Remediation Market by Type, By Application, Regional Analysis, Growth Opportunity, and Industry Forecast 2022-2030. The Post-Acne Scar RemediationRead More →

Atlantic Health Systema nationally recognized health care provider, is the only system in New Jersey with hospitals – Morristown Medical Center and Overlook Medical Center – earning the Healthgrades 2022 America’s 50 Best Hospitals Award™, as announced Tuesday by Healthgrades, the leading resource that connects consumers, physicians and healthcare systems.Read More →

MARTINSBURG — WVU Medicine Berkeley Medical Center and Jefferson Medical Center recently welcomed 10 members of the West Virginia National Guard who were deployed to assist hospital staff amid the latest wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The seven guard members stationed at Berkeley Medical Center and three at Jefferson MedicalRead More →

Registered nurses at Tri-City Medical Center (TCMC) have voted overwhelmingly to allow their nursing negotiators to call a one-day strike if the issues RNs have raised in ongoing contract negotiations to protect their patients and improving patient care remain unresolved, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United (CNA/NNU) announced today. “WeRead More →

WILLIAMSON CO., TN (WSMV) – Williamson Medical Center received six 2022 Women’s Choice Awards on Friday. WMC has been named one of America’s Top Centers for Women’s Services, Breast Centers, Obstetrics, Cardiac Care, Patient Safety and Mammography Imaging Centers by the Women’s Choice Award®. The 2022 awards placed WMC amongRead More →

A month ago, MCH reported 41 patients with COVID-19. On Wednesday, that number more than doubled to 93 patients. ODESSA, Texas – Hospitals across the country continue to feel overwhelmed with people hospitalized with COVID-19. This includes hospitals in West Texas. A month ago, MCH reported 41 patients with COVID-19.Read More →

The Illinois Masonic Medical Center attorney in Chicago applied to the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) for the prestigious Magnet designation. The Magnet designation recognizes excellence in nursing services. Patients, family members, staff and interested parties who wish to provide feedback are encouraged to do so. Anyone can submit commentsRead More →

US Department of Labor cites medical center for inadequate workplace violence protections for employees By Shereen Hashem January 20, 2022 Registered nurses, certified practical nurses, patient care technicians and security guards provide essential services in healthcare facilities. Their work also exposes them to various occupational hazards, including assault and otherRead More →

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo cuts the grass President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo opened a new virtual medical center for the police on Tuesday, January 11, 2022. The virtual medical center will allow police personnel, regardless of their location, to access a virtual medical consultation at any time. The presidentRead More →

MILWAUKEE, January 6, 2022 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Healthfuse, the industry leader in revenue cycle provider management and research for hospitals and healthcare systems, has been selected by Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC), one of the largest academic medical centers in the South East, for the management of revenue cycleRead More →

WATERTOWN – For people with severe symptoms of COVID-19, the monoclonal antibody therapy offered at Samaritan Medical Center can save their lives. But for people infected with the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, it may take some time before the right treatments are available. Kelly A. Harrienger is a nurseRead More →

MARTINSBURG – When Berkeley Medical Center officially announced a partnership with Onelife Fitness and the closure of the wellness center on the hospital campus, the community immediately greeted the change with concern. The announcement was made in early August via a letter to members of the wellness center, and aRead More →

Feature illustration: Conceptual render of the proposed Peterson Surgical Center in Kerrville. Courtesy of: Peterson Health Foundation. Posted: 30-12-2021 by Adolfo Pesquera Kerrville (Kerr County) – The town planning and zoning commission recommended to the municipal council the annexation of land belonging to the Peterson Regional Medical Center to helpRead More →

Dale Weeks’ family believe he was an indirect victim of the COVID-19 pandemic. The retired Iowa school principal died in late November, nearly a month after being diagnosed with sepsis, a dangerous blood-borne infection unrelated to the coronavirus. His daughters believe he could have survived if he had been admittedRead More →

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – The University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health declared a hospital disaster at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air on Friday, citing a recent explosion of COVID-19 patients. The healthcare system said it was switching to crisis-standard care protocols at Bel Air Hospital to meet demand forRead More →

HARFORD COUNTY, Maryland (WJZ) – Upper Chesapeake Medical Center reported close capacity rates on Friday. “We are concerned,” said Barry Glassman, Harford County Manager. “The numbers are approaching the high numbers we saw before vaccinations about a year and a half ago. “ READ MORE: Police used cameras and licenseRead More → Former patients took the opportunity on Wednesday to thank Kansas City frontline workers who helped save their lives. At just 36 years old, Danny Goldammer suffered a stroke linked to COVID-19. “I told her to drive me to the car and get me to the hospital as fast asRead More →

KINGMAN – Doctors at Kingman Regional Medical Center on Monday, December 6, provided the Mohave County Board of Supervisors with an overview of early treatment therapies for COVID-19, which included an explanation of why ivermectin did not is not prescribed by the hospital. Dr Adam Dawson, the medical director ofRead More →

Genesis Medical Center, Davenport has received an “A” rating, the best safety rating in the Quad Cities, from Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade. This national honor recognizes Genesis’ achievements in protecting patients from harm and error in the hospital. The Leapfrog Group, an independent national monitoring organization, assigns an “A”, “B”,Read More →

Elkins, W.Va. –Jennifer Abel, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP-BC), has joined the Laurel Place Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit team, with extensive experience in the mental health field. Abel received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Mountain State University (Beckley, West Virginia); her Masters of Science in Nursing, FamilyRead More →

Courtesy Photo Posing for a photo after a tour of the new MidMichigan Medical Center-Alpena patient tower are, left to right, Hal Neiman, president, MidMichigan Medical Center-Alpena Development Council; Marty Thomson, president of the First Federal of Northern Michigan Legacy Foundation; Eileen Budnick, Treasurer, First Federal of Northern Michigan LegacyRead More →

MEDTIPS: PRICES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS OHIO STATE WEXNER MEDICAL CENTER NAMED ONE OF MOST TRUSTED HEALTH SYSTEM BRANDS Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center is among the top five most trusted healthcare system brands in the United States, according to a study released by branding agency Monigle. In partnership with theRead More →

25 NOV 2021 (NewsRx) – By a Journalist-Staff News Editor at Daily Health Policy and Law – The results of cancer research are discussed in a new report. According to information published on Duarte, California, by the editors of NewsRx, the research said, “To determine the impact of Medicare AdvantageRead More →