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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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Maine Med President: Lack of state investment in mental health is a major driver of ER violence

Imagine coming to work every day and wondering, “Is this the day I will be physically or verbally assaulted? Sadly, that’s become reality for the healthcare heroes who work in our state’s emergency departments, like the one at Maine Medical Center. Lucy Dawson, a member of the Maine State Nurses …

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How the pandemic is affecting children’s mental health – Cleveland Clinic

At the start of the pandemic, we heard it all the time: “Children are resilient. They will be fine. But it’s been a few years and we’re still grappling with the realities of COVID-19. New variants, the wearing of masks, vaccinations and arguments about whether or not all of this …

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St. Mary’s Medical Center receives an anonymous gift from the heart

Hockey hero saves children from drowning Neshaminy’s second student, Cory Hemberger, right, used his hockey stick to rescue two teenagers who had fallen through the ice at Lake Afton. Contributed, The Intelligent St. Mary’s Medical Center has received an anonymous donation – a donation from the heart – that will …

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How Team USA is addressing mental health at the 2022 Winter Olympics

At the Tokyo Summer Olympics last year, star gymnast Simone Biles shed light on the mental health issues many Olympians face when she decides to retire from competition. Now, the best figure skaters, skiers and snowboarders in the United States will compete for gold medals as they also face the …

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California law would offer a tax credit of $500 for blood donation | California

(The Center Square) – As the United States faces a severe blood shortage, a California lawmaker has introduced legislation that would provide tax credits to residents who donate blood four or more times in a year. calendar year. Assemblyman Freddie Rodriguez, chairman of the Assembly Committee on Emergency Management, introduced …

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Test & Trace deploys mobile test teams to support hospital emergency departments.

Testing for All: NYC Test & Trace Corps Deploys Mobile Testing Teams to Support Hospital Emergency Departments During Omicron Surge Mobile testing teams have deployed to 37 unique hospitals to ease demand in hospital emergency departments New York, NY The NYC Test & Trace Corps announced today that it has …

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Mon Health Hospitals Achieve National Recognition for Promoting Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Mon Health Hospitals Achieved National Recognition For Their Efforts To Increase Organ, Eye And Tissue Donor Registrations Across The State Through The Workplace Partnership for Life (WPFL) . The WPFL is a national initiative that unites the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Health Resources …

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Palm Medical Centers Announces Acquisition of Robert V. Barbarite, MD, PA, Primary Care Practice in Broward County

CORAL GABLES, Florida – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –Palm medical centers (“Palm”), a portfolio company of MBF Healthcare Partners II, LP (“MBF”), announced the acquisition of Robert V. Barbarite, MD, PA, a six-provider internal medicine practice in Parkland, Florida. The medical clinic becomes 21 of the Palm Medical Centersst primary care location …

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Medicare, Extended Medicaid Termination Notice for Galesburg Cottage Hospital

GALESBURG, Ill. (KWQC) – The Medicare cancellation deadline served at Galesburg Cottage Hospital earlier this week has been extended. The advisory comes after multiple health and safety violations at the hospital. According to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the Medicare program will not pay for inpatient hospital …

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$ 25million medical center arrives in southern Lansing

LANSING, Michigan – MSU Health Care, McLaren Greater Lansing, Gillespie Group and the MSU Foundation have just opened a new $ 25 million medical center in South Lansing. The largest component of the facility will be a new outpatient imaging center. “It will definitely be a growth engine in southern …

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Bailout Aid Increases Subsidies For North Dakota Addiction Services | Health

Federal coronavirus assistance has increased grant funding to establish more drug treatment programs in North Dakota, especially where services are lacking. The Bismarck-based Heartview Foundation is seeking a grant to establish services in Dickinson. In its special session last month, the Legislature approved an addition of $ 3 million in …

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Governor Mills Announces Federal COVID-19 Ambulance Teams to Eight Maine Hospitals

Hospitals to accommodate ambulances and emergency medical teams that will match patients with open beds in facilities in Maine Governor Janet Mills announced today that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has approved Maine’s request for federal ambulance teams on behalf of eight hospitals in Maine. Federal teams will help …

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American Legion Family showing the spirit of the season to others

The holiday season can be filled with joy and happiness, but for those who are struggling financially or otherwise, that same season can be difficult. But across the country, members of the American Legion family have stepped up or will step up to help others less fortunate. Whether it’s providing …

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By the Numbers: Omicron is now reported in three North Carolina counties, local tri-county region transmissibility is high

Several cases of omicron have now been reported in three counties in North Carolina. (Daily / Port city file) SOUTHEAST NC – Since the first case of omicron was disclosed in Mecklenburg County a week ago, more have been reported in North Carolina. Orange County Public Health revealed its first …

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Munson health facilities affected by power outages

Several sites in the Munson health system are without power due to high winds in the area. Services are affected today in Traverse City, Buckley, Elk Rapids, Empire, Gaylord, Indian River and Suttons Bay. Munson Healthcare urges patients to call their physicians, lab departments, or pharmacies in advance to ensure …

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LifePoint Health Pledges $ 1 Million to Support Tornado Recovery and Rebuilding Efforts in Mayfield, Ky | News

BRENTWOOD, Tennessee – (BUSINESS WIRE) – December 15, 2021– LifePoint Health, a leading healthcare company dedicated to making communities healthier ®, announced today that it will contribute $ 1 million to support reconstruction efforts in Mayfield, Ky, following the devastation caused by the recent tornado that swept through the region. …

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Medical experts and families sound the alarm over children’s mental health crisis, made worse by pandemic – CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNew York) – Medical experts recently declared children’s mental health a national emergency, urging policymakers to take swift action to tackle the lingering problem, which has been exacerbated by the pandemic. CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis took a close look at the crisis in our region, from Connecticut to Long …

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Las Vegas Sisters Help Give Nevada Students Mental Health Days

Drawing inspiration from a teenager from another state, two sisters in Las Vegas helped make mental health a priority for students in Nevada. Caroline and Lauren Edgeworth, with help from community groups and State Senator Marilyn Dondero Loop, D-Las Vegas, passed legislation that would allow Nevada students aged 7 to …

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Mental health expert explains how to tell children about tragedies | Medication

Mental health expert explains how to tell children about tragedies OXFORD, Mich. (WJRT) – With information about the Oxford High School tragedy continuing to spread, parents and families are starting to figure out how to tell their children and families about it. ABC12 spoke to Dr Recco Richardson, clinical therapist …

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Centraide’s support is important for the young people of our community | News, Sports, Jobs

The quality of a community is often measured by the commitment of the citizens of that community to support their young people. According to the recent 2020 census, one in five children and adolescents in Fort Dodge live in homes that are at or below the poverty line. In total, …

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Melanee Tiura steps down as director of the IFHS clinic

The director of the Iliuliuk Family and Health Services clinic is stepping down after more than two years at the head of the Unalaska clinic. Melanee Tiura will take up an administrator position at Providence Medical Center in Valdez. His last day at IFHS is December 10. Tiura was hired …

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Kaiser Permanente nurses and mental health staff to strike in solidarity with engineers on Friday

After a solidarity strike Thursday left some Kaiser Permanente patients without care, nurses and mental health clinicians left work Friday morning in solidarity with the striking engineers. Hundreds of Kaiser employees were on the picket line on Cottle Road outside Kaiser San Jose Medical Center, holding up signs that read …

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New Geisinger Addition | Eyewitness News

WILKES-BARRE, ALZERNE COUNTY (WBRE / WYOU) – It seems that making an appointment with a specialist is more frustrating than ever, trying to find one or waiting a long time for an appointment. But a local health care network is taking a big step to do something about it. As …

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97% of Colorado healthcare workers were vaccinated or received exemptions before the state deadline

Ninety percent of Colorado’s healthcare workers were fully vaccinated against COVID-19 on Tuesday, although people providing home care were significantly less likely to have been vaccinated. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported that 90.2% of workers were fully vaccinated and 1.4% were partially vaccinated. More than 5% …

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Colorado Hospital Coronavirus Vaccine Mandate May Change

Colorado health officials have proposed weakening the state’s mandate on the coronavirus vaccine for healthcare workers, meaning some hospital and nursing home workers could stay on the job without be vaccinated even if they do not have a valid exemption. The proposal comes after the deadline has already passed for …

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How Rescue Drones Will Save Kaduna’s Healthcare Sector

Hundreds of health facilities in Ghana are receiving medical supplies, such as blood, medicine and vaccines within minutes, through the use of drone technology. These life-saving drones are heading to Nigeria, with Kaduna and Cross River states serving as the nation’s flagship to launch the use of drones for health …

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Update on the Top 10 and Top 10 Qualified Nursing Facilities in Maryland, Ranked by Staff Immunization Rate

23 Aug 2021 Media contact: Deidre McCabe, Director, Office of Communications, 410-767-3536 Charles Gischlar, Deputy Director, Media Relations, 410-767-6491 Update on the Top 10 and Top 10 Qualified Nursing Facilities in Maryland, Ranked by Staff Immunization Rate Maryland Department of Health also announces 21 facilities that failed to submit adequate …

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