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  1. 19K open jobs in Dayton, See who's hiringRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Business Journal

    The 14-county western Ohio region had a strong showing between May 14 and June 13, almost 1,700 jobs more than this time last year, according to data from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.


  2. Free Health Screenings to be Offered at Cville Health FairRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NBC29

    People of all ages can get a variety of free health screenings in Charlottesville this weekend.


  3. AHRQ Grant to Enable Post-Discharge CommunicationsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Health Data Management

    ... for Healthcare Research and Quality has awarded a grant to the State University of New York at Buffalo's School of Nursing to create a pilot project designed to work with primary care physician's offices, their patients, and families to see that ...


  4. Clinch Valley Medical Center Annual Community Benefit Report Details...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Business Wire

    ... gs and vascular system; emergency services; inpatient and outpatient physical rehabilitation; sleep studies; skilled nursing; pediatrics; obstetrics and advanced diagnostics.


  5. Minnesota will soon be running low on doctors, study findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | City Pages

    As more and more people start heading to the doctor, Minnesota could soon run out of enough professionals to take care of them, a new study finds.


  6. Shore Staffing hires Marie Berntsen as clinical managerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cape Gazette

    Marie Berntsen, RN, has joined Shore Staffing Inc. as the new clinical manager. She brings over 20 years nursing experience to the firm.


  7. What We Women WantRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Townhall

    ... do. Having worked at the local Burger King during high school, and then paying my way through community college and nursing school, I can relate to the pressures that women feel. Women talk to me every day about the situations they face at work and ...


  8. Software Developer for Hospital Supply Chain Hires New Direct Sales...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    As a developer of hospital supply chain software, Hybrent, Inc., is a thriving company, and with that growth comes a demand for more professional talent.


  9. To Your Good Health: Confusion remains over artificial sweeteners and weight gainRead the original story

    Yesterday | TwinCities

    Q: How is it possible that diet soda, which has zero calories, causes weight gain? Do the "studies" that make this claim include people who have had diabetes for years and use artificial sweeteners without gaining weight? It has been my experience that people will use any excuse for weight gain.


  10. Local Senior Living Community Achieves High Honor For Resident Care, ServiceRead the original story

    Yesterday | PR Log

    ... who truly set us apart from other health services programs in the country." Rose Ann Woronkewycz, director of nursing services at Harrogate, believes that the extra steps they take with residents are what matters most. At the end of each shift, the ...


  11. Kenya native, now Bellarmine senior, pursues dream at nurse campRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The News Tribune

    Vanessa Runo, 17, a native of Kenya and a student at Bellarmine Preparatory shadowed Allenmore Hospital progressive care unit charge nurse Marikay Patefield during MultiCare's Nurse Camp Thursday.


  12. Diet Doc Medical Weight Loss Programs Announces the Best Prescription ...Read the original story

    Yesterday | SBWire

    Diet Doc has revolutionized dieting by combining years of scientific fast weight loss research with the knowledge and expertise of highly trained experts, including doctors, nurses, nutritionists and coaches, with their 100% pure prescription hormone treatments for fast weight loss.


  13. Hospitals direct nurses back to patient careRead the original story

    Yesterday | Nursing Center

    ... a nurse and vice president at the institute, Rutherford explained, "We shouldn't be using expensive professional nursing time doing unnecessary and inefficient things when that time could be reinvested in direct patient care." The institute isn't ...


  14. Ebola in Liberia: Senior doctor reported dead; hospital may shut downRead the original story

    Yesterday | Crofs Blogs

    Authorities at the state run John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital here are said to be considering plans to shut down all activities at the hospital for 21-days due to the increasing number of reported Ebola cases, this paper has learnt.


  15. Belvoir hospital achieves baby-friendly accreditationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The United States Army

    ... During the process, members of the accreditation team evaluated hospital processes and observed providers and nursing staff on site as they delivered "patient-centered and patient-focused" care. Inspectors expressed that they were impressed by ...


  16. Running to help baby care in the long-runRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | St. Helens Reporter

    When little Alice Daley was born she weighed little more than a small bag of sugar after arriving 11 weeks premature.


  17. Healthcare Collaboration Across 3 GenerationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | InformationWeek

    ... X employees in healthcare is significantly smaller than Baby Boomers. During the 1990s, healthcare in general and nursing in particular had a problem attracting Gen X employees, because they did not perceive the same career growth and ...


  18. The NHS in Wales must address its problem with 'bed blocking', medical experts have warnedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcNetwork

    ... in percentages month-on-month. But David Wallace, Associate Director (Employment Relations) of the Royal College of Nursing in Wales, said there is clearly a problem and that it has an impact on the whole hospital system. He said: "The system is not ...


  19. Positioning for narrowing PAC networksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    ... and costs beyond hospital walls, hospital-led ACOs, among others, are developing continuing care networks of skilled nursing facility and home health agency providers to deliver high-quality care, leverage clinical expertise, and improve efficiency, ...


  20. Russian woman joins rebel movement in UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | 12NewsNow.Com

    Marina lost her spleen and has a punctured lung. She was attached to a rebel group as a combat medic, and was hurt during the fighting, she told CNN from her hospital bed.