Wednesday Apr 16
Ex-ambulance driver sent to jail for scam
A former ambulance driver was ordered on April 3 to serve two years in federal prison for his role in a scheme to defraud Medicare of millions of dollars by transporting ineligible patients to medical facilities.
Injured in Kiev, treated in Montco
WHEN ROMAN Dzivinskyi, a young Ukrainian man, was rallying for democracy in Kiev's Independence Square in early February, a bomb exploded, ripping off his left hand and shooting more than a thousand pieces of shrapnel into his chest, arms and face.
Ambulances among biggest in Medicare payments
It doesn't take many customers to build an ambulance business, according to Medicare payment data released Wednesday by federal regulators.
Shady Brook Rotary and GNEC Join Forces to Benefit Charities
A March 28 Greater Newtown Exchange Club Meeting at the Bucks County Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired set the stage for this year's cooperative efforts between the The Rotary Club of Shady Brook and GNEC.
James I. Fields, 72, CEO
James I. Fields, 72, of Ambler, the former president and CEO of an adhesive products manufacturer in Huntingdon Valley, died Sunday, March 30, of vascular dementia at Garden Spring Center in Willow Grove.He was a resident of Philadelphia and Ambler before moving to the center several years ago.
Abington Presbyterian celebrates 300 years
ABINGTON Before it was hemmed in by stores, offices, hospitals, and homes, Abington Presbyterian Church stood apart in the Montgomery County landscape, a Romanesque sanctuary "whose steeple, crowning the hills, can be seen afar for many miles," as a pastor wrote in 1889.
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Schiavo family honors parents of brain-dead Calif. girl - Top News - InsuranceNewsNet.com
March 28-- The family of Jahi McMath, the 13- year old California girl whose parents refused to accept a finding of brain death, was honored for courage and perseverence Thursday night at the Union League by the family of Terri Schiavo.