Inside Stony Brook's Southampton Hospital Summer Party Kick Off Hosted By Jean & Martin Shafiroff
New York philanthropist and author Jean Shafiroff, and her husband, vice chairman of wealth management and investment banking firm Stifel, Martin Shafiroff, hosted the Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Summer Party Kickoff at their beautiful Southampton home on Friday night (7/29),
Marie Osmond Saves Lives With The Children's Miracle Network
She is a gifted singer and world-renowned performer. She's the only sister of the legendary Osmond Family and of course, she was ''a little bit country'' as part of the duo of Donny and Marie.
Intermountain Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City
Angel Garden Sign at Primary Children's Hospital(Image is author's) Known for many years as Primary Children's Hospital, the Intermountain Primary Children's Hospital (PCH) is a famous place in Salt Lake City where angel children are treated with angel medical staff members. It may seem that angels are watching over the children as well.
The 1913 dream of Dr. C.H. Diehl at the Current River in Missouri
Welch Building ruins on the Current River.NPS Park Cultural Landscapes Program (public domain). In 1859, a son born to Thomas Welch was named after the Current River--his name was Current River Welch interestingly enough. He was the owner of Welch Cave and its nearby spring. He and his wife had two sons who inherited the cave and spring. Their father died in 1912.
New freestanding emergency room in Middleburg set to open by October
HCA Florida Orange Park Hospital’s freestanding emergency room located in Middleburg is set to open in October 2022. The location will serve as Clay County’s third, freestanding emergency room facility.
Local Public Libraries Offer Low Cost, Easy Access to Telehealth Medical Appointments
Parsippany-Troy Hills Public Library System Joins Libraries Statewide in Telehealth Program. Parsippany-Troy Hills Public Library System —The ongoing pandemic has put a spotlight on inequities in the healthcare system, especially among the most marginalized members of the community. Those who suffer most are new immigrants, the elderly, and people from lower incomes who lack access to medical care, technology, and health information that is necessary to make informed choices about their health.
Petaluma nurses look to community for support
Petaluma Valley Hospital nurses signed a new labor contractNARA&DVIDS Public Domain Archive. You may have noticed nurses picketing recently in front of Petaluma Valley Hospital. In March of 2021, Petaluma Valley Hospital nurses signed a new labor contract following nearly three years of protracted negotiations.
Robots Have Taken Over UCSF Medical Center
I take a look at how UCSF Mission Bay is using special robots to deliver medical supplies, specimens, and more, covering 400+ miles per day within the hospital.
The Philly Four: Protesters demand city addresses poor conditions in prisons
Hospitals across the country are struggling to deal with labor costs that surged over the course of the pandemic. Between 2019 and March 2022, labor costs rose by 37% per patient. The largest driver behind this increase was the cost of traveling nurses, who earn three times as much as staff nurses. On top of those costs, worker shortages in every aspect at hospitals has compounded the problem.
The Philly Four: Local school goes viral for accidentally handing out thongs to mothers
An employee at the Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center allegedly embezzled $500,000 from the hospital by creating fake expense reports. The accounting clerk would create fake travel expense logs under the names of three employees and then divert money into his bank accounts, according to federal investigators. He was charged with theft by way of criminal information.
New Baptist Health hospital in Fleming Island set to open at end of 2022
The new hospital is under construction in Fleming IslandPhoto courtesy of Baptist Health. Baptist Health plans to open a new 300,000 square-foot hospital with 102 beds in Fleming Island at the end of this year, according to the hospital’s president Darin Roark.
Kaiser Permanente looking for data reporting consultant
(Jon Cherry / Getty Images) (ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif.) Kaiser Permanente Oakland is looking to fill a data reporting consultant vacancy. The position is largely responsible for analyzing data from patients and helping to calculate effective metrics for doctors and nurses. Additionally, applicants would be asked to help write and compile manuals and other distributable pamphlets.
Opinion: Medical Bills In The United States Are Unaffordable
"One-in-three adults in the United States have medical debt," according to The White House. "It is now the largest source of debt in collections—more than credit cards, utilities, and auto loans combined."
The asylum that has been turned into a village
The time I visited the former Traverse City State Hospital in Michigan. If only these walls could talk….
It’s Walk In Confessions with Chef Alex
We are always looking for the best FOOD & DRINKS in the GREAT STATE OF FLORIDA; and this week we landed in St. Pete, at 400 Beach with Chef Alex! This restaurant does food and drinks right! They take a scientific approach to culinary and deliver feel good dishes that will wow you with each bite! Plan a trip and go enjoy the experience! As always, let's support all of the great Chefs and food service personnel that work hard to bring you pretty plates and full bellies! #cheflife #filmlife #foodie #cooking #restaurantlife
A City Responds Within the Model City
A high-pressure steam line failed at Eastman Chemical Company in Kingsport this morning. The rupture sounded like an explosion and could be heard for miles. The event occurred in the Northeast area of the plant around 7:30 a.m. Monday. Eastman officials say the event affected three buildings with power outages, and five people were injured. Two of the five were treated at Holston Valley Medical Center.
A Hospital In Boston Refused To Do A Heart Transplant For A Man Who Will Not Get Vaccinated
CBS Boston reports that a Boston hospital has denied a heart transplant to a patient who refuses to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. A heart transplant is desperately needed for DJ Ferguson, a 31-year-old who is fighting for his life at Brigham and Women's Hospital.
The Philly Four: COVID pills scarce in Pa., Sixers nix deal with weird Chinese metaverse company
Welcome to The Philly Four, a daily recap of four of the top stories from the Philadelphia area, covering everything from local government to the Phillies bullpen. A one-stop shop for the most important news bites in the City of Brotherly Love.