The condition of a Carp man who lost his arms in a farming accident this week has improved slightly, an Ottawa Hospital official confirmed Friday. 72 more words
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Many hospitals in the U.S. receive tax breaks in exchange for the community service of providing care to those who cannot afford to pay. But hospitals in at least five states employ aggressive debt collectors to garnish the wages of low-income patients with unpaid debts, a ProPublica/NPR investigation… 80 more words
Stuart J. Brink, MD, is on staff at the New England Diabetes and Endocrinology Center in Waltham, Massachusetts. Dr. Brink is a pediatric endocrinologist, treating juvenile diabetes and other hormonal disorders in children. 21 more words
Compassionate and Career-Driven Oncology Nurse Zebora Perryman, RN, BSN, Selected for Recognition in Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare
Zebora Perryman, RN, BSN, has been selected by the International Nurses Association to represent the profession in their publication, Worldwide Leaders in Healthcare. A leader among her peers, Zebora is being recognized for her unwavering dedication and significant professional contributions to the field. 184 more words
The Preacher Steward: In The Philippines Children Die Every Day Because Of No Money For Medicines Or Hospitals ~ Yet In The last Few Years The Government Has Spent $925 MILLION Upgrading The Military ~ Now they want Submarines!
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – The flu seems to be hitting Ohio hard.
About 450 people have been hospitalized, compared to only 135 cases a year ago, and the state health department confirmed the first flu-related death: A 15-year-old girl from southern Ohio. 458 more words