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EC Healthcare signs inaugural double-tranche facility linked to sustainability, the first of its kind in the healthcare industry in Hong Kong

HONG KONG, June 21, 2022 – (ACN Newswire) – – EC Health (the “Company”, which together with its subsidiaries is referred to as the “Group”, stock code SEHK: 2138), the largest non-hospital medical group in hong kong*, is pleased to announce the signing of its first sustainability-related facility (“SLL Facility”) …

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Health care workers more vulnerable than ever to violence. NJ wants tougher sentences for offenders.

Nurses, doctors and orderlies were routinely hailed as heroes during the height of the pandemic, but these public tributes belie the fact that healthcare workers are more vulnerable to threats of workplace violence than any other profession, according to federal labor data. People who make threats or commit other acts …

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Senator McGuire Endorses CARE Court’s Mental Health Framework, While Acknowledging Tough Elevator for Del Norte County | Wild Rivers Outpost

Jessica Cejnar Andrews / Today at 5:29 p.m. / Community, Homelessness, Local Government Senator McGuire endorses CARE Court’s mental health framework, while acknowledging tough lift for Del Norte County On Friday, State Senator Mike McGuire visited residents of Del Norte County and elected officials in Crescent City. | Photo: Jessica …

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Long march for medical attention after clinic destroyed

KOTA KINABALU: Residents of Sook sub-district inside Sabah will have to travel far from their homes to receive health services after a government clinic in their area was razed by fire. Sabah Health Director Datuk Dr Rose Nani Mudin said the 4:30 p.m. fire at Mansiat Health Clinic in Jalan …

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P-Cure Prepares to Meet Market Demand by Establishing World’s Largest Proton Therapy System Production Facility

P-Cure 360 ​​Degree Gantry-Free Adaptive Proton Therapy System “P-Cure is the only proton therapy provider that can efficiently install the latest cancer-fighting technology in the vault instead of new linac (x-ray) equipment,” says Michael Marash, CEO of P-Cure. Priest. TEL AVIV, Israel (PRWEB) June 14, 2022 P-Cure Ltd., the …

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Bill Schubart: Thinking about complex problems, we could find simple solutions

The Johnson Campus of Northern Vermont University – soon to be part of Vermont State University. What if college campuses were redesigned as lifelong learning complexes featuring affordable housing for young couples, retirees, new Americans, and perhaps even ex-offenders looking for opportunity and… ‘a new life ? File photo by …

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Interim Rapid Response Guidance, June 10, 2022

Insight In the context of the current outbreak of monkeypox in several countries, WHO has developed interim rapid response guidelines for the clinical management and infection prevention and control of monkeypox for health care and facilities. community. It includes considerations for certain populations such as patients with mild disease with …

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Pride Clinic in Northern Virginia is committed to affirming care for LGBTQ people

Placeholder while loading article actions Jorge Ramallo was in his early twenties and had yet to date his Bolivian family when he approached his first doctor’s appointment as an adult with trepidation, wondering if the Arlington provider would judge him. for revealing his sexual orientation. A rainbow sticker on the …

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“My mother is doing a good job”: Community health volunteers in Kenya show mothers how to detect child malnutrition at home – Kenya

From: Susan Martinez “Before Action Against Hunger found us, we still had many cases of malnutrition,” says Rose Chepochonyil, a community health volunteer in Kapkitony village, northwest Kenya. “But we are now able to screen for malnutrition in our own children.” With a simple tool known as a mid-upper arm …

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India’s National Health Authority Develops Public Dashboard for Health Data – OpenGov Asia

A COVID-19 sensor developed by Johns Hopkins University could revolutionize virus testing by improving accuracy and speeding up a process that many people have found frustrating during the pandemic. The sensor, the researchers say, combines PCR-like accuracy with the speed of rapid antigen testing and could be used for mass …

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Albemarle Bunbury lithium plant receives notice of improvement over health and safety issues

Western Australia’s workplace safety watchdog has taken enforcement action against a majority US-owned lithium facility in the south west of the state. Key points: WorkSafe says Albemarle must install safety barriers by July 15 Albemarle has previously said safety is a top priority for the company A manufacturing union has …

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Federal Veterans Affairs Committee Proposes to Send PTSD Services to Arizona | Local News

Country the United States of AmericaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic …

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Gauteng Health MEC concerned about number of fires in healthcare facilities

No casualties were reported after staff managed to extinguish the fire. FILE: 18 patients and one body had to be transferred to other areas of the hospital as a precaution. Image: Provided JOHANNESBURG – Gauteng Health MEC Nomathemba Mokgethi says while a police investigation into Monday morning’s fire at Steve …

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BC Company Opens Canada’s Largest Licensed Psychedelic Mushroom Growing Facility

BC-based company Optimi Health has harvested its first culture of psilocybin mushrooms at its Health Canada licensed facility in Princeton, BC, positioning itself as a major player in the booming psychedelic industry. The $14 million business includes two 10,000 square foot facilities with a combined total of 10 grow rooms …

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Sweeping changes to VA medical facilities across America on hold due to missing candidate

The Veterans Assets and Infrastructure Review Board has just eight months to finalize its report on the fate of hundreds of hospital and clinic closures across the country, recommendations that could reshape veterans’ care. veterans in America for decades to come. But they haven’t even started their work. The commission …

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Construction underway for a new health facility

LATHAM, NY (NEWS10) – A new, state-of-the-art medical arts complex is coming to Latham. Community Care Partners has partnered with CDPHP to create ‘Wellness Way’, the largest private healthcare facility in the Capital Region. Representatives from Community Care Physicians PLLC (CCP), CDPHP, City of Colony and Columbia Development Companies held …

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DBSA Honors Mental Health Awareness Month

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) West Virginia hosted an open house Saturday for Mental Health Awareness Month. The DBSA offers many different resources for people struggling with mental health issues, in which they are: Free meetings Family support Support for veterans Free literature Depression Support Bipolar …

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Start of construction of the new fire training center

Crews have officially begun work on the brand new state-of-the-art fire training station on Tinker Drive. The fire department, mayor, construction crews and local leaders held a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday, May 19. “We didn’t mention when we said we were going to act quickly,” said fire chief Shane Edwards. …

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New study provides insight into 340B pharmacies amid market upheaval

Results show predicted growth for on-site community health center pharmacies AMARILLO, TX, May 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The already complex process of managing 340B pharmacies has become even more difficult for community health centers (CHCs) with 16 drugmakers limiting discounts to contracted pharmacies, including some extending to federal beneficiaries, and …

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Where are WA’s long-term care facilities at, 2 years into COVID and amid a ‘whole new crisis’

Inside a Bellingham nursing home, life seems a bit closer to normal compared to the past two years, although workers at the 122-bed facility still feel like they are in crisis mode. The North Cascades Health and Rehabilitation Center is no longer locked, so visitors can enter and see loved …

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Lawyers say Lori Vallow may have to return to a mental health facility | Idaho

Although murder defendant Lori Vallow-Daybell is not giving up her right to a speedy trial, she realizes that delaying her trial for three months gives her lawyers more leeway in preparing her case. “If the court moves her track from October 11, 2022 to January 9, 2023, she understands this …

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Urgent care clinic opens in Jacksonville

David CL Bauer, Editor May 12, 2022Updated: May 12, 2022 3:07 p.m. An artist’s rendering depicts the Memorial Care urgent care clinic slated to open in February in Jacksonville. Memorial Health / Provided A new urgent care clinic is coming to Jacksonville next year. Memorial Health said construction is beginning …

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3 VA mental health counselors kept their jobs after starting relationships with patients, watchdog says

Three mental health counselors were allowed to continue practicing at a veterans medical center in Danville, Ill., after officials knew they had formed inappropriate relationships with patients, the lead investigator found. the VA. One counselor had a baby with a former patient and another continued to live with a former …

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Dove Springs will soon have a full public health center

Monday May 9th, 2022 by Willow Higgins After years of hard work, the Dove Springs neighborhood will finally get full service public health facility. The project, which is financed by a 2018 bond measure, be a hub for the surrounding community, offering a number of resources in one place, including …

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A man from CNY prison commits suicide, buried without his family’s knowledge. They win a $1.5 million lawsuit

Marcy, NY – The family of an inmate who died by suicide at a Central New Work prison has been awarded $1.5 million after a wrongful death lawsuit against the state. In May 2016, the father of 22-year-old Lonnie Lamont Hamilton, an inmate at Marcy Correctional Institution, was worried. He …

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Briar Cliff receives $2 million grant from EDA

May 3, 2022 Briar Cliff University is pleased to announce the award of a $2 million US Economic Development Administration (EDA) grant. As recipient, Briar Cliff will create the Interprofessional School of Health and Supportive Sciences™, a center for training health workers, by renovating Toller Hall and expanding the …

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Broadday attack leaves ‘strange feeling’ in downtown Tulsa, says hotel manager still on sick leave | Local News

On a cold afternoon in downtown Tulsa, the hotel manager noticed a homeless man talking to guests as they unloaded their luggage outside the Hampton Inn & Suites. The sidewalk was busy and the hotel was full with a concert that night at the BOK Center, just a block from …

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NCHR to work on malpractice in mental health facilities

Islamabad: To launch an effort against malpractice and lack of regulation in mental health facilities in Pakistan, the National Human Rights Commission (NCHR) has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with the civil society organization “Tasteen”. NCHR and Taskeen will work together on mental health and human rights, including mental …

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Santa Barbara County pays millions to send local mental health patients to distant hospitals | Mental health care in crisis

[Noozhawk’s note: This article — part of a Noozhawk special project in partnership with the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism — is the second in a series investigating the shortage of acute care psychiatric beds for people experiencing a mental health crisis in Santa Barbara County. Click here for …

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Santa Barbara County Psychiatric Acute Care Bed Shortage Leads to Long Waits, ER Holds | Mental health care in crisis

[Noozhawk’s note: This article — part of a Noozhawk special project in partnership with the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism — is the first in a series investigating the shortage of acute care psychiatric beds for people experiencing a mental health crisis in Santa Barbara County. Noozhawk recognizes that …

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‘I thought she’d be safe’: A life lost by suicide in a place meant for recovery | Private medical care

“I thought she would be safe at Chadwick Lodge,” said Natasha Darbon, recalling how she felt in April 2019 when her 19-year-old daughter Brooke Martin was admitted to Milton Keynes Mental Hospital. Eight weeks later, Brooke committed suicide. “I thought she would be well cared for, recover and be able …

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California Medical Facility Relaunches Bike Donation Program, Names It After Founder – The Vacaville Reporter

The California Medical Facility celebrated the relaunch of its longtime bicycle donation program with a special ceremony on Wednesday. The Bike Project, which was put on hiatus during the COVID-19 pandemic, allows people to donate bikes to the prison, where inmates refurbish them and give them back to the community. …

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Hamilton County lawmakers redirect Chattanooga’s River City Co. grant to health clinic, Tivoli Foundation

NASHVILLE — Hamilton County lawmakers are approving Governor Bill Lee’s proposed $725,700 grant to Chattanooga’s River City Co. to secure the use of waterfront parking for a potential development. Lawmakers have opposed taking the land at Riverfront Parkway and Power Alley and potentially giving it to a developer to build …

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Kansas Reaches Deal to Build $650 Million, 500 Job Biomanufacturing Facility

MANHATTAN — Governor Laura Kelly spearheaded Monday’s announcement of an agreement to build a $650 million, 500-employee manufacturing facility supporting vaccine development to counter global biological threats. The 500,000 square foot Scorpion Biological Services facility near Kansas State University and the National Biodefense and Agrodefense Installation represented a significant expansion …

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Health care fights poverty and contributes to social justice: PM Modi

Emphasizing that quality health care is linked to poverty reduction efforts, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday that better health facilities are not only limited to the treatment of diseases, but also promote social justice. “When the poor get the best, cheap treatment, their faith in the system is …

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Hudson Headwaters patients will see more familiar faces

QUEENSBURY. NY (NEWS10) – The West Mountain Family Health Center, run by the Hudson Headwaters Health Network, is trying something new. Since late last week, the campus has been trying to improve both work-life balance for staff and patient care, with a “team care” approach. Inside the Queensbury Hotel’s upcoming …

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Syria MedGlobal COVID-19 Home Health Report – Syrian Arab Republic

The growing stress on the local healthcare system in northwestern Syria necessitated an intervention that would support those affected by mild COVID-19 outside of the standard hospital setting and isolation centres. The MedGlobal team and the local public health authorities agreed on the design of a home-based health intervention for …

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Opening of a Maximum Athletic Performance Center at the McLeod Health and Fitness Center

McLEOD REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER APRIL 9, 2022 The McLeod Health & Fitness Center announces the opening of a new Maximum Athletic Performance (“MAP”) facility inside the center at 2437 Willwood Drive in Florence. The new sports performance facility is equipped with rubberized flooring, 25 yards of athletic turf for speed …

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Health Clinic Opens on JR Chuo Line Platform for Busy Commuters

A health care clinic that has opened on a train platform in Tokyo is an unusual sight, but it could become more common as train companies seek to attract commuters by offering new services. The Aoi Clinic opened on April 4 at JR Nishi-Kokubunji Station on the platform of Chuo …

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Our planet and our health under siege: what can we contribute for a healthier future? – South Sudan

By Dr. Mesfin Loha, Country Director The impact of climate change and its consequences on health and well-being are more severe for vulnerable populations. Over the past centuries and in recent years, the world has witnessed impressive improvements in key health indicators such as a significant increase in life expectancy …

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Bon Secours opens its new medical campus in Simpsonville

After the first groundbreaking in December 2020, Bon Secours St. Francis Health System on March 31, held a grand opening for its new campus in Simpsonville on Grandview Drive. The 53,000-square-foot, two-story, $39 million facility has a comprehensive health care center with outpatient physician offices, testing rooms, and an on-site …

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VA proposes the consolidation of certain health centers | Securities

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is proposing to consolidate and modify its health care operations in Northern Virginia, following a multi-year national review that assessed facility quality and geographic distribution relative to Virginia’s population. Veterans. In Northern Virginia, the Fredericksburg Health Care Center, currently under development, will consolidate primary …

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Fighting Drug Threat, Improving Health Facilities Manjinder Singh Lalpura’s main agenda : The Tribune India

Khadoor Sahib GurbaxpuriTarn Taran, March 31 AAP’s Manjinder Singh Lalpura (37), a first MP elected from Khadoor Sahib constituency, is a middle-aged politician. He beat Ramanjit Singh Sikki of Congress by a margin of 16,491 votes. SAD stalwart Ranjit Singh Brahampura was also in the fray from the seat. Manjinder …

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A children’s mental health facility in Melbourne designed for a new typology of healthcare | News

anchor Image: Victoria Health Building Authority Kerstin Thompson Architects and Bloxas have ‘invented’ a new typology of healthcare in their design for a children’s mental health facility in Melbourne’s North. The $7.3 million Statewide Child and Family Center in Macleod will provide mental health services …

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Legacy Health fires nurse accused of sexually assaulting incarcerated women

An Oregon nurse accused of sexually assaulting a dozen women in prison has been fired from her current job at Legacy Health, the Portland-based health system confirmed Wednesday. Tony Daniel Klein, 37, faces federal charges for allegations that took place in 2016 and 2017 while working as a nurse for …

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Creating the Future: Facility Treats Residents Like Family | News, Sports, Jobs

PROVIDED PHOTO Celebration Villa is an enhanced personal care and respite care facility that provides a number of care-related services for its residents and short-term respite care. Among the services offered are personal care assistance with activities of daily living, assistance with the administration of medications, assistance …

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SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital – Madison Updates COVID-19 Visiting Policy

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital – Madison announced updates to its COVID-19 visiting policy on Monday. The hospital continues to require masks to be worn inside the facility, he wrote in a Facebook post. Visitors must also pass a COVID-19 screening. People who have been in …

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Ponca Health Services-Lincoln Grand Opening Monday | Health and fitness

The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska will celebrate the grand opening of their new health center, Ponca Health Services-Lincoln, Monday at 11 a.m. This state-of-the-art tribal health care facility, located at 1600 Windhoek Drive, provides increased access to health care for all Native Americans, an emphasis on holistic healing approaches and …

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Teenager Reginald Roy Yunupingu ‘lost to sight’ days after discharge from mental health facility, NT inquest finds

Days after being released from a mental health facility, then 16-year-old Reginald Roy-Yunupingu became invisible to the systems designed to support him, the NT Coroners Court heard. Key points: Reginald Roy-Yunupingu died in October 2020 after being electrocuted The coroner said the teenager was ‘lost to care’ days after being …

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LVHN Hires Nurses and Healthcare Professionals at New Dickson City Hospital

DICKSON CITY, LACKAWANNA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — A new hospital is nearing completion in the heart of Lackawanna County’s shopping district. But a nationwide nursing shortage is forcing hospital officials to take extra steps to fill all new jobs. Construction is underway at Lehigh Valley Health Network’s Dickson City Hospital. The …

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Ukraine’s healthcare system ‘engulfed’ in conflict with Russia, WHO warns – National

Ukraine’s healthcare system is ‘engulfed’ in Russia’s attack on Ukraine, the World Health Organization warns, with 18 verified attacks on healthcare facilities, workers and ambulances so far. The attacks left 10 dead and 16 injured, WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Wednesday. Russia continues its relentless bombardment of …

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Pentagon to shut down leaking fuel tank facility in Hawaii

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Department of Defense will permanently shut down the massive Navy fuel tank facility in Hawaii that leaked oil into Pearl Harbor’s tap water, and remove all fuel, it said Monday. the Pentagon. Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby said Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s decision is based on …

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VA to Recommend Cutting Services in Hot Springs, Fort Meade and Building New Facility in Rapid City | Local

The majority of veterans services at Fort Meade and Hot Springs may one day move to a new facility in Rapid City. Robert McDivitt, director of the Vision 23 network, and Lisa Curnes, director of the VA Black Hills Medical Center, made the announcement to Fort Meade and Hot Springs …

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Diocese approves sale of Mercy Health long-term care facilities

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Bishop David J. Bonnar of Roman Catholic Diocese of Youngstown announced on Thursday that it supports the sale of Bon Secours Mercy Health’s long-term care facilities to the for-profit Aventura Health Group. Mercy Health informed the diocese that the sale took place on March 1. In June …

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OC teases other addiction and mental health facilities

ORANGE California — A panel of county officials met Tuesday to discuss the county’s extensive health and wellness program while teasing plans for the future. The panel included supervisors Katrina Foley and Doug Chaffee as well as Be Well OC CEO Marshall Moncrief. What do you want to know A …

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Menopause start-up extends partnership with NHS and expands digital clinic

A start-up specializing in menopause health has extended its partnership with the NHS to help develop its digital clinic for women’s health. Bia Care was the first of its kind to partner with the NHS last year, and additional funding means it can now extend the availability of its digital …

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Delco regains control of the correctional facility in April

Since then, the county has ironed out the issues and revamped things behind the scenes. Food, commissary, medical and maintenance services needed to be addressed. Requests for Proposals had to be completed. Suppliers had to be selected. Personnel changes had to be made. Madden said staffing has been one of …

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Youth mental health hub to open this summer

Members of the Alex Panton Foundation at the charity’s symposium on Saturday. The foundation has been instrumental in establishing a mental health center for children and adolescents which is due to open in July. – Photo: Norma Connolly A new mental health center specifically for children and adolescents will be …

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Hundreds of Rodents Found Inside Family Dollar Facility | Health

WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. (AP) – More than 1,000 rodents have been discovered at a Family Dollar distribution center in Arkansas, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Friday as the chain issued a voluntary recall affecting items purchased in hundreds of stores in the South. A consumer complaint prompted officials …

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Live coronavirus updates and omicron variant news

New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) told a gathering of CEOs on Wednesday that they should get their employees back to office as soon as possible to help the city’s economy recover from the effects of the pandemic. “The best thing we can do to deal with covid is …

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Camp Jordan Parkway could house an emergency medical facility

Parkridge Health System plans to build a facility to provide emergency services on Camp Jordan Parkway at the entrance to one of Hamilton County’s largest recreation parks, officials said. East Ridge City Council agreed to the first of two votes required to rezone vacant land from a commercial district to …

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Canberra’s adolescent mental health facility won’t be full until 2023, while children as young as 13 will be admitted to adult wards

Children as young as 13 continue to be admitted to Canberra Hospital’s adult mental health unit as the opening of a dedicated acute care facility for young people has been pushed back to 2023. Key points: The only teenage mental health facility in Canberra opens in 2023 while children as …

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Tasmanian teenager’s suicide could have been prevented if more mental health services were available, coroner says

The suicide of a 16-year-old boy could have been prevented if more mental health services were available in Tasmania, a coroner has found. WARNING: This story contains details that readers may find distressing. Key points: The boy died two days after being discharged from an interstate mental health facility The …

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community health centers celebrate one year of immunizing the underserved | national news

Bethsda, Maryland, February 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — This week, the community health center’s COVID-19 vaccination program marks an important milestone in protecting underserved populations from a virus that has claimed more than 900,000 lives and infected millions. . From the start, equity has been the North Star of the Biden …

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Unapproved product, the establishment encourages the recall of CBD; other reported enforcement activities

Cannabidiol (CBD) oil has been recalled in Ireland after being manufactured in an unregistered establishment. Hugold CBD oils were recalled after being processed at a site where the operations had not been reported to authorities. Additionally, the products contain concentrated CBD which is an unauthorized novel food. A novel food …

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20 prefectures assume viral infections without testing

Twenty prefectures are giving “deemed positive” diagnoses to potential COVID-19 patients without actually carrying out tests to confirm whether they are infected, the Asahi Shimbun has learned. The Ministry of Health is allowing them to do so because test kits are scarce and health centers could be overwhelmed with people …

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2nd Chance welcomes its new CEO, Brandon Dale

PHOENIX, February 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — 2n/a Chance Treatment Centers (“2n/a Chance”), a leading regional network of outpatient behavioral health centers, announced today that Brandon Dale joined as President and CEO. Brandon brings over 25 years of healthcare industry experience and will lead the rapidly growing organization as it continues …

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Mammovan announces shutdowns in northern Nevada

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) — Women scheduled for mammograms will have the opportunity this week as the Mammovan makes a stopover in northern Nevada. Mammography screenings are primarily for women 40 and older; however, screenings will be offered to people under the age of 40 who have a screening referral from …

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New $31M VA Clinic Set to Open in Montana with Significantly Expanded Services

The David J. Thatcher VA Clinic in Missoula, Montana is shown in an undated photo. The clinic is named after World War II veteran David J. Thatcher, a longtime Montana resident who participated in the famous Doolittle Raid on Tokyo during World War II. (Facebook) (Tribune News Service) – David …

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Startup wants to help Safety Net Community Health Centers expand their reach

In the United States, approximately 1,400 federally licensed health centers (FQHCs) provide care for Medicare, Medicaid, and uninsured patients in underserved communities – a one-stop safety net for health and well-being. -be who charges a sliding scale. It is therefore not surprising to learn that they lack the resources to …

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Behavioral Health Clinic Demonstration Reaches More People, Gathers More Support – State of Reform

The two years Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC) Demonstration Program– from October 1 – has been operational for about four months and has seen continued success and promise. Jon Villasurdadeputy state administrator for the Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Administration of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services …

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Santa Cruz Community Health opens new clinic in the Santa Cruz Mountains – Santa Cruz Sentinel

BEN LOMOND — The bell rang Tuesday in the name of health rather than death. Chimes rang through the redwoods at 9:53 a.m. as Santa Cruz Community Health celebrated the opening of its new San Lorenzo Valley clinic by ringing the bell above Wee Kirk Church in Ben Lomond. The …

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A new mental health facility will open downtown this summer

Job January 23, 2022 in Featured | Front page | News Artistic rendering of the Acess Open Minds installation in downtown Sarnia. Image courtesy of Bluewater Health Foundation Tara Jeffrey Achieving the fundraising goal for a new youth mental health and addictions facility in Sarnia couldn’t have come at a …

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Seniors Invited to Participate in Aging Partners Events – City of Lincoln, NE

Posted on January 21, 2022 Aging Partners invites seniors and the public to attend a variety of senior-focused activities and classes in Lincoln and Lancaster County from January 24-30: monday january 24 Dominos, Rummikub, SkipBo, Pitch and Cards, Belmont Senior Center – 9 a.m. Art Books, Games and …

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Looking for Pfizer’s Paxlovid pills when mum had Covid

Just after 1 p.m. on Tuesday last week, my phone rang with a text from my mum: “Well, I caught a cold, body aches, cough, etc. during the week.” She had taken a home coronavirus test. It was positive. Having spent the last year writing about Covid-19 vaccines and treatments …

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US coronavirus: Omicron has not peaked nationwide and ‘the next few weeks will be difficult’, says US surgeon general

“There are parts of the country — New York, in particular, and other parts of the northeast — where we’re starting to see a plateau, and in some cases an early drop in cases,” Murthy told CNN. Sunday. “The challenge is that the whole country is not moving at the …

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Reader Caption: Share Your Experiences Navigating the Santa Barbara County Mental Health System | Local News

With just 16 beds at the Santa Barbara County Psychiatric Health Center — and no youth inpatient beds — residents are being ferried all the way to San Diego County to access this sometimes life-threatening care. Shortage of acute care beds in Santa Barbara County has caused long ER waits …

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