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Paramedics from four states have gathered in Sioux City for an annual conference that focuses on the skills needed to keep patients alive until they can reach a hospital.
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Care home and care support costs in Kirklees are set to rise together as Kirklees Council discuss new proposals on Tuesday.
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NHS England wanted to close Basildon Hospital's Hyper Acute Stroke Unit and instead send patients to Southend Hospital for vital stroke treatment.
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EAST Lancashire's hospitals have offered 38 jobs to nurses from Portugal and Italy, in a bid to plug the remaining gaps in their work-force.
There can be 'no compromise' on the need for mandated minimum nursing levels in Welsh hopsitals, the Royal College of Nursing has said.
President of the Vermont Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals Mari Cordes says they "are not happy about it, in particular how it was handled."
The bill's champion, Rep. Cary Pigman, is an emergency room physician who has supervised nurse practitioners for most of his career.
Jeremy Hunt has rejected a bid to stop the downgrading of Dewsbury's A&E department - despite years of campaigning by residents and The Reporter.
The money is from the Nursing Technology Fund - part of a A 100m investment to improve nursing care through the purchase of new tech.
Efforts by Rosalie Girard's Berkshire Nursing Families has raised breastfeeding rates for new mothers at North Adams Regional Hospital from 50 to 87 percent.
A CHATTERBOX health worker who loves the challenge of caring for 'grumpy patients' has been hailed as one of Royal Blackburn Hospital 's unsung heroes.
CARE CONCEPTS. Above, Justin Racz of Racz Building and Development presents concept plans of a strategic business park to the Planning Commission on Feb. 26. The development would cater to residents looking for a continuum of health care with independent living, skilled nursing and assisted living facilities.
While my 3-year-old daughter, Carolyn, played beside me, I watched the television as Dr. Keith Van Haren of Lucile Packard's Children's Hospital at Stanford told reporters: "The disease resembles but is not the same as polio.
Florida legislators will consider changes to laws passed in 2009 and 2010 after a drop in test scores among nursing school graduates.
Elderly care beds are earmarked for closure so medical care can be moved into the community, in a shake-up of the discharge system at the Luton & Dunstable Hospital.
IT'S her way of saying a massive "thank you" to the dedicated team of doctors and nurses who saved her little boy's life.