Category Archives: Medical Services

Player Wellness Center ready for Little League World Series next month | New

WILLIAMSPORT – A new player wellness center will serve as a medical center next month when hundreds of players from around the world arrive in Williamsport for the Little League Baseball World Series. Little League International and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) North Central PA held a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday afternoon inside the […]

SSA provides specialized medical services

With the aim of bringing the residents of dispersed communities closer to specialized medical services, the health services provide patient care through the TéléSalud program, through the technological and medical support they provide to outpatients, avoiding the saturation of medical services. public hospitals which reduces expenses and the risk of infection for the patient and […]

McLaren Flint Appoints Chris Candela New President and CEO | McLaren Health News

July 20, 2021 McLaren Flint welcomes Chris Candela as President and CEO effective August 1. Chris has over 27 years of successful and progressive responsibility in healthcare, including clinical and executive leadership experience. “Chris has a strong focus on patient safety, clinical quality, physician and team member relationships, as well as overall operational and financial […]

“… A better way to take care of our people.” Rutherford Co. EMS moves to 24/72 shifts

MURFREESBORO, Tenn (WTVF) – Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services (RCEMS) recently made the decision to move to 24-hour and 72-hour shifts for Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians (AEMTS) and paramedics. Currently, employees work 24 hour / 48 hour off shifts. Carl Hudgens, Rutherford County EMS director, says it wasn’t that long ago that he remembered how […]

UK healthcare workers may be able to ignore self-quarantine orders

File photo: A coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in London, UK on April 6, 2021, before UK blockade restrictions are further relaxed on April 12, in Covent Garden. There are signs on the road. .REUTERS / Toby Melville / File Photo July 19, 2021 London (Reuters) – UK frontline medical and social workers can continue to […]

Mississippi must integrate doulas into the health system

Historically, pregnant women have generally been supported by secular women during labor and delivery. This custom was particularly prevalent among black women in Mississippi, who relied on midwifery grannies and women in their communities, especially during the days of segregation when black women were denied care in clinics and clinics. hospitals. Today, women who provide […]

PSI launches initiative to train 250 nurse examiners in sexual assault

Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kit, Andrea Olson, IDAHO FALLS – With the prevalence of sexual assault and domestic violence in Idaho and across the country, Idaho State Police are taking action to try and help more survivors of these situations. This week, the Idaho State Police Forensic Services are at Eagle Gate College in […]

Members of Congress Not Receiving Free Lifetime Medical Care – Riverside, Calif.

Riverside, California 2021-07-14 18:41:00 – While there are benefits to being a member of the House of Representatives, popular rumors on social media about their health insurance are untrue. Some members of Congress describe it as a standard for beating their medical insurance. in fact, Congressman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez In October 2020, a New York […]

Emmet OKs Bay Bluffs County Board of Directors milling the tongue for the ballot

PETOSKEY – Emmet County officials on Monday approved wording that will appear on the November ballot, asking voters for a total of $ 7.6 million for improvements to Bay Bluffs. But, if the 2021 predicted yields of the proposed mileage were to hold up over the full 10 years of harvest, that would actually bring […]

Resilient healthcare opens up new avenues for the hospital-at-home model

Similar to many other home care pioneers, Jaky Samuel founded his company – Resilient Healthcare – after a deeply personal experience. Samuel, a physiotherapist by training, lost his father a little over three years ago. Prior to his death, recurring strokes forced him in and out of hospital and skilled nursing (SNF) facilities, with his […]