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Encompass Health Appoints New CEO of Elizabethtown Facility | Local News

Encompass Health has appointed a new chief for its Elizabethtown operation. David Fredericks has been named chief executive of Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital in Lakeview, according to a press release from the organization. In his position as CEO, Fredricks oversees day-to-day operations as well as patient care and quality at …

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ProMedica Transfers Ownership and Management of Skilled Nursing Facilities to Welltower

The real estate investment trust will now enter into a joint venture with Integra Health to operate the skilled nursing assets. Last week, ProMedica, a nonprofit health and wellness organization based in Toledo, Ohio, announced plans to transfer real estate and management responsibilities for its skilled nursing facilities to Welltower, …

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A virtual health service for common conditions

At Amazon, we want to make it significantly easier for people to get and stay healthy. We started this journey with Amazon Pharmacy, where customers can easily have their medication delivered to their doorstep, in just two days for Prime members. We also entered into an agreement to acquire One …

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Meadow Wind Health Care Massillon has $1.5 renovation, dialysis center

MASSILLON — A major renovation of the Meadow Wind Health Care Center has made room for a new dialysis center on the east side of town. Recent building upgrades totaling approximately $1.5 million have been completed, paving the way for a six-bed dialysis center, which is part of the first …

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Californians Reject Dialysis Clinic Proposal, Ban Flavored Tobacco

California voted “no” on Proposition 29, which would have required more medical staff at dialysis clinics. Voters said “yes,” however, to Proposition 31, a measure that bans most flavored tobacco products in the most populous state. AP: Californians reject move to change dialysis clinic rules For the third time in …

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Results of a Cleveland Clinic trial show that six dietary supplements commonly used and marketed to improve heart health did not reduce “bad cholesterol” compared to a low-dose cholesterol-lowering drug (also called a statin) or a placebo. The six supplements studied included fish oil, garlic, cinnamon, turmeric, plant sterols and …

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Southwestern Health Resources and Dialyze Direct are working together to provide post-acute dialysis to patients referred to skilled nursing facilities

Affiliation creates a beneficial approach to continuity of care for geriatric patients with end-stage renal disease, ssimplify patient placement in single locations for rehabilitation, dialysis and recovery while reducing pressure on SWHR resources. BROOKLYN, NY, November 04, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Dialyze Direct, the nation’s leading provider of home hemodialysis services in Skilled …

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Orange County declares health emergency amid RSV spread

Fast-spreading viral infections have pushed pediatric hospitalizations and daily emergency room visits to record highs in Orange County, prompting authorities to declare a health emergency. The county, like the rest of California, is facing a viral triple whammy: continued circulation of the coronavirus, seasonal increase in influenza, and increased spread …

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In-depth update on multi-purpose event center facilities

Here’s a roundup of what local elected officials will be talking about at town hall meetings this week. Lane County Board of Commissioners To look at: County meetings are streamed at bit.ly/LaneCounty-meetings. To participate: Meetings of the Board of Commissioners begin at 9:00 a.m. at Harris Hall, located at 125 …

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Free Medical Clinic wins $10,000 from the newspaper’s charity arm

The Oak Ridge Free Medical Clinic – which provides free primary care to low-income and uninsured people in Anderson, Roane and Morgan counties – has won a $10,000 grant from the Gannett Foundation as part of its A Community Thrives program. Gannett is the parent company of The Oak Ridger, …

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Palm Medical Centers opened a new primary care center for seniors in Dade City, Florida

CORAL GABLES, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Palm Medical Centers (“PMC”), a portfolio company of MBF Healthcare Partners II, LP (“MBF”), continues to expand its presence in Florida and build on its recent successful de novo launches in Central Florida, as it announces its new senior primary care center in Dade City, Florida. The …

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Manistee County Medical Center facility gets 11,800 square foot addition

The rainy day they had been saving for came Monday for the Manistee County Medical Center facility when teams broke ground on an 11,800 square foot addition. Under freezing skies, Manistee County Commissioners and Family Independence Agency Board Members donned hard shoes and Ottawa Little River Band Indians Ogema Jon …

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Railpen will fund an NHS mental health center

The Railways Pension Scheme investment manager – which manages £37billion in assets – has struck a deal with Monkwearmouth Development to fund the redevelopment and extension of Monkwearmouth Hospital in Sunderland. The investment, in partnership with the Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust, will create a brand new …

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GMC presents an advanced and comprehensive concept for the health and well-being of women in its integrated medical facility

Cairo, Egypt: Global Medical City (GMC), the pioneer of a new 360° health and wellness concept in Egypt, has launched a new comprehensive women’s wellness center at its integrated medical facility. As GMC continues to introduce innovative therapies and services to meet the diverse needs of patients, the Women’s Wellness …

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128 flu shots given at health department drive-thru clinic

During the first half hour of Crawford County Public Health’s drive-thru flu shot clinic on Tuesday, about 60 shots were administered. “We like to keep it at a good pace, so they don’t feel like they’re queuing too long,” Health Commissioner Kate Siefert said as she watched cars cross the …

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Union fights Hogan’s plan to close Western Maryland Hospital Center

Unions representing nurses and other healthcare workers at Western Maryland Hospital Center are fighting what they say is Gov. Larry Hogan’s last chance to outsource care to the Hagerstown facility before he leaves office. The powerful three-member public works board, including the governor, is due to vote Wednesday on fast-track …

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Handover ceremony for 16 health care facilities in Saint Lucia

Mongouge, Richfond, Saltibus and Ti Rocher Castries were handed over to the Department of Health, Welfare and the Aged (and Department of Equity). The modernization of the facilities was carried out by contractors AIG Construction Ltd, Lawrence Associates Ltd and Phoenix Construction Limited. These 12 facilities were …

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The Boston Public Health Commission administers 780 COVID vaccines during the clinic

The Boston Public Health Commission administered 780 COVID-19 vaccines and boosters at a clinic in Boston on Saturday, officials said. The vaccinations come days after the commission detected a “significant spike” in COVID particles found in local sewage, suggesting the potential for higher community spread. Cases among 10- to 19-year-olds …

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Bell County, Texas

Bell County moves forward with diversion center Belton, TX- Bell County’s vision of a diversion center is about to become a reality. On Wednesday, September 29, county officials announced the purchase of the former Luvida Memory Care building, located on Loop 121 near the Bell County Correctional Complex in Belton. …

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Crisis at Hilo Medical Center highlights staffing and bed shortages at Hawaii hospitals

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – The crisis in patient care at Hilo Medical Center is grabbing the attention of lawmakers and helping to spur a broader conversation about staffing and bed shortages at hospitals across the state. On Tuesday, Senate Health and Human Services Committee Chairman Jarrett Keohokalole. will tour Hawaii Island …

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New Hire at Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Health Covington Clinic, Louisiana Foundation Appoints New CEO | Economic news

New Orleans Dr. Grant Clinkingbeard joined the team of Health of the children of Notre-Dame du Lac. Clinkingbeard is part of the practice at Lake Physician Group Clinic in Covington. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Baylor University, an MD from LSU Health New Orleans, and completed his pediatric training …

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JONAH Asks Mayo Clinic Health System to Save Luther Lakeside Apartments

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) – People living in Luther Lakeside Apartments in Eau Claire will have found a new place to live by June 30, 2023. That’s because the property’s owner, Mayo Clinic Health System, is repurposing the property across from its Eau Claire Luther campus. Although Mayo made the …

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Providence’s $712 million expansion project to bring 2 satellite health centers to San Clemente, RMV

SUPPORT THIS INDEPENDENT JOURNALISMThe article you are about to read comes from our journalists doing their important job – investigating, researching and writing their stories. We want to provide informative and inspiring stories that connect you to the people, issues and opportunities within our community. Journalism requires a lot of …

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A Stamford COVID-19 vaccination clinic has had its tent stolen in Scalzi Park. Here’s what happened next.

STAMFORD — His tent was stolen more than a week ago, but the Community Health Centers Immunization Clinic is still stationed in Scalzi Park providing residents with the most up-to-date doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. It’s just an outdoor clinic right now. “It was a $7,000 tent,” CHC nurse Ta’Tiyana …

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“Africa is on the front line but not on the front page”: Vanessa Nakate on her fight for the climate | Climate crisis

VAnessa Nakate knows what it’s like to be black and neglected. In January 2020, an Associated Press photographer cropped Nakate from a photo of young climate activists at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, leaving her friend Greta Thunberg and three other young white women in the photo . …

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Judge continues to bar anti-abortion activists from clinic

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A group of anti-abortion activists will continue to be barred from interfering with patients and providers at a reproductive health clinic outside Nashville, a federal judge has ruled. In July, protesters attempted to enter the clinic run by the nonprofit carafem twice during a nationwide conference …

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How To Check In With Your Smartphone For VA Fayetteville Coastal Healthcare Appointments | VA Fayetteville Coastal Health Care

You can now check in for appointments with your smartphone. More installations will offer this option in the future. You can always check in for an appointment with a member of staff at all facilities. Read this page to find out how to check in with your smartphone when this …

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The Post Courier health facility lacks an agent

September 12, 2022 By HEZRON KISING A RURAL aid post in Morobe is still waiting for a health worker after six years, even though it has been allocated medical supplies. Laukanu Aid Post in Salamaua LLG Ward 10 in Huon Gulf District of Morobe is waiting for a health worker …

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Facility Management for Medical Facilities Guides New Book

Facility Management and Development Guide for Hospitals and Other Medical Facilities PEMBERTON, NEW JERSEY, USA, Sept. 9, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Privatization of Facility Management in Public Hospitals: A Malaysian Perspective is Hong Poh Fan’s book for those interested in learning more about facility management health and support services they can …

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Framework and Toolkit for Infection Prevention and Control in Outbreak Preparedness, Preparedness and Response at the Health Care Facility Level

Insight Infectious disease outbreaks and epidemics are increasing in frequency, scale and impact. Healthcare facilities can amplify the transmission of emerging infectious diseases or multi-drug resistant organisms (MDRO) within their environment and community. Therefore, evidence-based infection prevention and control (IPC) measures in healthcare settings are essential to prevent and contain …

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State of the University Address Highlights Current Progress and Future Possibilities « News @ ODU

Old Dominion University President Brian O. Hemphill, Ph.D., announced plans for a school of data science and an expanded baseball facility during his first state of the university address, which he delivered Friday at Chartway Arena. The University is about to submit a proposal to the Virginia State Board of …

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Bradley Britigan discusses the future of education at the Medical Education Research Facility

Britigan, fourth runner-up for vice president for medical affairs and dean of Carver College of Medicine, focused on his goals and missions for the University of Iowa during his open forum on Thursday. Fourth Vice President of Medical Affairs and Carver College of Medicine Dean’s Finalist Bradley Britigan focused on …

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Using AI to predict pregnancy and childbirth risks

Mayo Clinic researchers say artificial intelligence can help patients achieve better outcomes and could potentially reduce costs for healthcare systems. Researchers from the Mayo Clinic have found that artificial intelligence can be used to help analyze whether pregnant patients can give birth safely and avoid complications. Researchers looked at more …

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WHO cites unprecedented attacks on Ukrainian health facilities

Geneva – Citing unprecedented attacks on health facilities, the World Health Organization said this week it was working to rebuild Ukraine’s health system. The system has suffered extensive damage since Russia invaded the country six months ago. Over the past six months, the UN health agency says it has verified …

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EPA ordered to review pollution limits for carcinogenic emissions from manufacturing facilities

washington d.c. — JToday, a federal court issued a decree of consent order tthe United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to dterminate whether to update pollution limits for Group I Polymers and Resins installations. These types of facilities manufacture synthetic rubber used to make products such as wetsuits, gaskets and …

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West Tennessee Medical Group opens new facility in Jackson

JACKSON, Tenn. — A local medical group is growing. West Tennessee Medical Group opens new facility in Jackson West Tennessee Medical Group opens new facility in Jackson West Tennessee Medical Group opens new facility in Jackson West Tennessee Medical Group opens new facility in Jackson West Tennessee Medical Group opens …

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Calls to Missouri mental health centers increase 30% after launch of 988 hotline

State officials say more than 4,000 people called state mental health crisis centers in the month since the national mental health line was launched. Separately, North Carolina Health News reports “unsustainable” loads on emergency rooms by people in need of mental health support. St. Louis Public Radio: Missouri Call Centers …

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Larned Mental Health Correctional Facility Announces Employees of the Quarter

Larned Correctional Mental Health Facility Announces Outstanding Third Quarter Employees for 2022: Uniformed Employee of the Quarter, Jeffrey Heller, Correctional Officer I; non-uniformed employee, Brian Prescott, facilities maintenance supervisor; and contract employee, Ashley Romine, RN. Heller began his career at LCMHF on August 9, 2020 as Corrections Officer I. Previous …

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Parents and lawmakers praise $200 million investment in public and mental health funding – The Nevada Independent

Dozens of parents, educators and concerned community members pleaded with lawmakers on Wednesday about the critical need to improve mental and public health care across the state. Krista Cielo joined other guardians in nearly two hours of public commentary to highlight her own experiences caring for a child with mental …

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Maven Clinic Expands Award-Winning Women’s and Family Health Platform to Support Menopause in the Workplace

With 1 in 5 members of the workforce affected by menopause, employers are taking action NEW YORK, August 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Maven Clinic, the world’s largest virtual clinic for women’s and family health, today announced that it has expanded its full-spectrum reproductive health platform to include a program dedicated …

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Potential crisis diversion center to offer behavioral and mental health support

A potential crisis diversion center in Orange County reached one of its first major milestones on August 12, as architectural firms and crisis service providers submitted applications for their roles in the project. The diversion center would provide options other than incarceration or hospitalization for people with behavioral or mental …

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7 new COVID-19 deaths, outbreaks by facility name: weekly report

All American Assisted Living (02/03/2022) 11 8 0 Applewood Rehabilitation Center (4/11/2022) 57 38 3 Arbor View Inn (04/11/2022) 4 1 0 Arbours in Bedford (07/03/2022) 26 seven 0 Bedford Hills Center (2/14/2022) 19 31 0 Bedford Hills Center (26/05/2022) 28 12 0 Bedford Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (3/11/2022) 21 …

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Launch of closely watched enterprise-community development plan in Indianapolis

Less than a year ago, the corner of 38th Street and Sheridan Avenue offered nearly empty parking and a bus stop. There were no grocery stores within walking distance. Arlington Woods residents have worked hard to battle food insecurity and other results of historic divestment. The bus stop is …

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Permian Strategic Partnership officials address reports from regional health facilities

Editor’s note: The following is the first of two stories about a conversation with Tracee Bentley with the Permian Strategic Partnership about the possibility of the creation of a regional healthcare complex. Yes, the Permian Strategic Partnership is working on the eventual creation of a transformative healthcare center for Midland-Odessa. …

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869 Attacks on Ukrainian Healthcare Facilities: Ukraine’s War in the Data

In the weeks following the Russian invasion, Ukrainians fled their homes at a pace not seen in Europe since World War II. That exodus has slowed, but this week has reminded us that the movement of humanity sparked by the Russian invasion continues. And the numbers are staggering. In less …

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Athens mother desperately searches for son who left Norcross mental health facility

Athens man missing after leaving Norcross mental health facility last month It has been nearly a month since Alize Woodall retired from Lakeview Behavioral Health in Norcross. He has not been seen or heard from since, his family said. NORCROSS, Ga. – Gwinnett County Police are looking for a missing …

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Arthrex and Skytron Announce Partnership to Meet the Needs of Operative Care Facilities

Industry Leaders Collaborate to Develop Advanced Operating Room Technology, Infrastructure Solutions for Hospitals and Surgical Centers Naples, Florida – July 25, 2022 – Arthrex, a global leader in minimally invasive surgical techniques, and Skytron, a healthcare safety and efficiency capital goods company, announced a partnership to deliver a wide range …

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Lakeland Hospital will build facility on South Florida Avenue for emergency care

The latest plans for a new Lakeland Regional Health building along South Florida Avenue are part of an ongoing effort to meet the population’s growing needs for access to medical services, according to LRH CEO Danielle Drummond. “We believe this location on South Florida Avenue will help us continue to …

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Long Beach reports 9 new monkeypox cases, extends vaccination clinic hours – Press Telegram

The Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services is expanding its monkeypox vaccination clinic hours as the virus becomes more prevalent throughout the city and county of Los Angeles. There were nine confirmed and probable cases of monkeypox in Long Beach as of July 25, the Department of Health …

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Growth of Catholic Hospitals Impacts Reproductive Health Care

PUTNAM, Conn. Even as many Republican-ruled states push for sweeping abortion bans, some Democratic-ruled states are increasingly concerned that reproductive health care options are shrinking due to the expansion of Catholic hospital networks. These are states like Oregon, Washington, California, New York, and Connecticut, where abortion will remain legal despite …

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23 Crore Ayushman Bharat Health Accounts Created So Far: Center

New Delhi: Nearly 23 crores of Ayushman Bharat Health Account (ABHA) numbers, which are 14-digit health identifiers, have been created so far, with Andhra Pradesh generating the highest 3.21 crores, followed by Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, Lok Sabha said on Friday. In a written response to a question, Minister of …

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Fairview Recovery Develops New Plan for Binghamton Facility

An agency’s proposal to open a drug stabilization center in a Binghamton neighborhood is under review after its initial plan was rejected by a city commission. Fairview Recovery Services wants to move an existing downtown facility to its East Side campus. The current center is located at 247 Court Street …

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Cedar City Hospital rises among nation’s top hospitals – St George News

ST. GEORGE- If hospitals were ranked like popular music groups like BTS and Billie Eilish, Cedar City Hospital would climb the pop charts. Undated photo of the main entrance to Cedar City Hospital, Cedar City, Utah | Photo courtesy of Cedar City Hospital, St. George News This month, Fortune magazine …

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Austin city manager proposes 2022-23 budget to address staffing shortages and maintain public services

AUSTIN, TX – Austin City Manager Spencer Cronk presented his proposed $5 billion budget for the 2022-2023 fiscal year. In it, Cronk proposed an overall 4% salary increase for civilian staff beginning Oct. 1, 2022, which the city says is the largest increase in more than two decades for librarians, …

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Two MCH centers flooded, patients transferred to government. hospital

A flooding situation at two recently opened Maternal and Child Health (MCH) centers in Telangana prompted authorities to move patients to safety around midnight on Tuesday. More than 100 patients from the MCH center in Mancherial have been transferred to the district government general hospital. Three other people from the …

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Nhrc team to provide update on Gwalior mental health facility | Bhopal News

Bhopal: A national human rights commission, CNRLdelegation, led by its chairman, Judge Arun Mishra, has planned a visit to the Gwalior Mansik Arogyashala, as an MP on Tuesday, to inspect and get first-hand knowledge of its current conditions.The commission also intends to formulate a long-term plan for the efficient operation …

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Infants and patients among 13 killed in Congo hospital attack

KINSHASA, Congo — Rebels attacked a hospital in Congo and killed at least 13 people, including infants and patients, according to hospital and army officials. The Congolese army said three attackers were killed when the army intervened. Some hospital staff are missing and several houses were burned down in Thursday …

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Beijing appears to withdraw vaccine mandate after pushback

TAIPEI – The Chinese capital Beijing appears to have backed out of a plan to launch a vaccination mandate for entry into certain public spaces after residents were turned away. Without explicitly saying he had scrapped the plan, a city official was quoted in state media Thursday night saying people …

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Over 1 million healthcare facilities have successfully joined the Healthcare Facility Registry

More than one lakh of government and private sector health facilities have been successfully onboarded to the Health Facility Registry (HFR) under the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM). This historic milestone paves the way for greater adoption of the digital health platform and services across the country. The ABDM …

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UPMC to close Somerset palliative care facility; care transferred to home, to hospital

July 2 – SOMERSET, Pa. – Hospice care inside Somerset’s In Touch Hospice will end this summer, due to changing industry trends, UPMC officials said . With more patients able to receive end-of-life care at home, demand for the 10-bed unit at the North Center Avenue location has declined in …

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‘Everything possible’ is done for mental health patients

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Nirvana Life Sciences Announces Health Canada Approval for Vancouver Facility Construction

VANCOUVER, BC, June 28, 2022 /CNW/ – Nirvana Life Sciences Inc. (Nirvana or the “Company”) (CSE: NIRV), a Western Canada-based life sciences company focused on developing products for the prevention of chronic pain and addiction-free relapses, is pleased to announce that Health Canada has granted Nirvana approval to build its …

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Veteran Woman Recommends Safe Space for VA Healthcare

Have you wondered what women’s healthcare looks like in VA? Women veterans can get holistic care they can trust at Women’s Health Clinics at VA Medical Centers. Enrollment in VA health care allows eligible women veterans access to comprehensive women’s care services like primary care, including immunizations and screening; reproductive …

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With Access at Risk, 2 Women Open Late Abortion Clinic in Maryland

Placeholder while loading article actions Diane Horvath leaned over the table to read the last list turns off his phone: the lights in the operating room, the furniture in the waiting room and a storage cupboard. A closing abortion clinic in Georgia offered to sell everything, at low prices. Horvath, …

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Utah’s new state prison is here, but some prisoners’ families are worried about the transfer

State leaders held a groundbreaking ceremony for Utah’s new billion-dollar state correctional facility on Wednesday. It is located approximately nine miles north of Salt Lake International Airport and is surrounded by parcels of land and numerous fences and barbed wire. The project has been in the works for years, and …

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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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