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A A 513,000 scheme to improve the care of dementia patients at a Bradford hospital will be officially opened next month.
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The folks at Children's Specialized Hospital came up with an easy way to note Autism Awareness Month: They asked everyone at a recent event to make a personalized chalk drawing.
The Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma in Durant and its parent company, Health Management Associates Inc., have agreed to pay $1,065,000 to the United States and $435,000 to the State of Oklahoma to resolve allegations that the hospital billed for unnecessary surgical procedures by a doctor at the hospital.
When Gonzalez was a young girl, cancer claimed one of her kidneys, and the chemotherapy to fight the disease weakened her heart.
A New York hospital is reinforcing its ban on electronic cigarettes after a patient on oxygen was burned by a fire that erupted while she was puffing on one of the devices.
Students at Fairfax County Public Schools may be able to sleep a little longer if the school board approves a proposal that would push back the school start time.
A Syracuse hospital is banning electronic cigarettes after a female patient on oxygen was burned by a fire that erupted while she was puffing on one of the devices.
HACKENSACK - As Officer Daniel Breslin fights for his life at Hackensack University Medical Center, his family is calling for the focus to shift away from the Lodi High School teacher accused of drunkenly careening into his parked patrol car early Saturday morning.
A small child was released from UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill earlier this month after suffering injuries from being hit by a car.
A new study of 280 nonprofits released Monday by the Washington-based Chronicle of Philanthropy shows nearly 30 top fundraisers have been earning more than $500,000, and at least two surpassed the $1 million mark.
Firefighters were called around 1:00 p.m. Sunday, after fire broke out at the home on Irving Avenue.
A hospital in Durant and its parent company have agreed to pay $1.5 million to resolve claims alleging that an otolaryngologist billed the state's Medicaid program for unnecessary sinus surgeries.
Researchers from Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital conducted a study where they took 40 adolescents aged 18-25 and performed brain scans to determine whether or not marijuana usage was affecting their brain.
When police arrived at Alfred "Al" Barnes Jr. Park, two young men were dead and two others were rushed to Tampa General Hospital with serious injuries.
One man was wounded and another was in custody Sunday morning following a shooting in a hilltop home on Woodbridge Avenue.
Charity care has long been a core mission of BJC HealthCare, but the St. Louis area's largest employer is cutting back amid increasing financial pressures.