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  • Kurds say Afrin’s only hospital hit by Turkish air strike, dozens killed

    03/17/2018 9:42:51 AM PDT · by Texas Fossil · 12 replies
    The Region ^ | (3-16-18) 16/03/2018 23:03 | Wladimir van Wilgenburg
    Senior Kurdish officials on Friday evening say that Afrin’s hospital was hit by Turkish air strikes and that dozens of civilians were killed in heavy air strikes amidst reports that the Turkish army is closing in on Afrin, a Kurdish majority town. “Afrin hospital was the only medical facility under service. It has been hit by 3 missiles. 15 bodies has been identified, many more are scattered all over the place. We are waiting for more details," Aldar Xelil, a senior Kurdish official told the Region. “The Turkish army has bombarded the only hospital in Afrin, there are reports of...
  • Vanity: Update on Farmer Dean..Back In Hospital Prayers Needed

    03/02/2018 9:57:58 AM PST · by oldvirginian · 43 replies
    3/2/2018 | oldvirginian
    Farmer Dean, who had been in the hospital for cancer surgery and acquired a sepsis infection, had been moved from the hospital to long term care and was looking forward to going home. He has now been returned to the hospital in undisclosed condition.
  • Good Samaritan final decision made night before announcement [Dayton Oh]

    01/18/2018 3:43:24 PM PST · by buckalfa · 1 replies
    WHIOTV7 ^ | January 18, 2018 | Kaitlin Schroeder
    Good Samaritan Hospital in Dayton will close by the end of 2018. Premier Health announced on Wednesday that the hospital, based on the northwest side of Dayton, will shut down by the end of 2018. The health network — the largest private employer in the region — said the closure is “part of Premier Health’s new strategic plan.” Here’s what we know about the closure now: MAKING A DECISION: Mary Garman, chief operating officer at Good Sam, said there were several options that were looked at before the decision was made to close the Dayton hospital. She said company executives...
  • Man captures video of "patient dumping" outside Baltimore hospital

    01/11/2018 10:54:43 AM PST · by ilovesarah2012 · 84 replies
    wbtv. Com ^ | January 11, 2018
    Overnight, Imamu Baraka was walking past a Baltimore hospital when he noticed something he says he'll never forget. The hospital's security guards had just wheeled a patient to a bus stop, and in the freezing temperatures they left her there. The only thing she had on was a hospital gown. "It's about 30 degrees out here right now," Baraka says in a recording of the encounter. "Are you OK, ma'am? Do you need me to call the police?" he asks.
  • Camel Hospital Opens in Dubai

    12/19/2017 2:43:19 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 27 replies
    While hospital care for race horses is highly sophisticated and available worldwide, the same is not the case for camels. A new hospital has been opened in Dubai with state-of-the-art equipment especially made for them. A $10.9 million (€9.21 million) camel hospital has opened in Al Marmoum, Dubai with state of the art treatment on a par with that offered for racehorses. Director of the hospital Mohamed Al Bulooshi said "There are a lot of equine hospitals because horses have existed for centuries as have their races but for camels, no." "We are very interested in preserving our heritage," he...
  • Revealed: Melania Trump’s ideal Christmas

    12/08/2017 12:23:07 PM PST · by Kaslin · 32 replies
    Hot ^ | December 8, 2017 | Andrew Malcom
    And now for something completely different: A December story totally free of forced kis****, fondl***, gro**** and humiliating resignat****.As the Trump family approaches its first holiday season in the White House, we are learning more about the new First Lady. She put her personal touch on some of this year’s Christmas decorations, then hung around the unveiling to thank adult volunteers who helped and to play with their children.On Wednesday Melania Trump was in Texas with Karen Pence to thank more first-responders for their relief work during and after the hurricanes.And Thursday, as often seems to happen, Mrs. Trump was...
  • Iowa Hawkeyes' new tradition is more than just a wave |

    10/17/2017 6:52:21 AM PDT · by safetysign · 10 replies
    You Tube ^ | 09/30/2017 | Tom Rinaldi
    You don't have to be an Iowa fan to appreciate this. Have your kleenex handy. Watch video at link:
  • Be not dismayed Jesus is with you in all this[Charismatic Caucus]

    10/13/2017 7:38:05 AM PDT · by Jedediah · 1 replies
    bible ^ | Holy Spirit
    My children be not dismayed with the array of things that beset the worldly for you ARE My Kingdom Come and now you shall walk in My attributes as never before. As Enoch now you shall be with Me, as Elisha when you call I shall come for you dressing you fresh in the Mantle of My Resurrection Power to take back the land from the evil one for I AM coming soon for you and NOW is your time to ( (( SHINE )) ) 2 Kings 2:14 Then he took the cloak of Elijah that had fallen from...
  • Battle for Raqqa photos: Isis confined to hospital and stadium, with hostages and snipers in both

    10/06/2017 7:59:53 AM PDT · by Texas Fossil · 15 replies
    International Business Times ^ | October 3, 2017 11:16 BST | David Sim
    The (ISIS) jihadists' last remaining strongholds are the central hospital and a nearby stadium – but they are holding civilian hostages in both of them, and both buildings are surrounded by snipers, booby traps and tunnels that emerge behind SDF lines. Raqqa's hospital, a big complex pocked with bullets holes, lies just 200 yards/metres from the SDF's frontline base. Beyond it is a roundabout where the jihadists once displayed the heads of their enemies, crucified people and held military parades at the height of their expansion. Commanders say seizing these and the stadium from the few hundred remaining militants is...
  • Bullets Tore Through His Leg in Vegas, But What This Man Does Next Defines Being American

    10/04/2017 4:40:45 PM PDT · by ForYourChildren · 46 replies
    Independent Journal Review ^ | 10/04/2017 | Caleb Hull
    On Sunday, a shooter opened fire from the 32nd floor of a hotel in Las Vegas on a country music festival below, killing at least 59 and injuring hundreds. Of those shot and hospitalized was Thomas Gunderson. Then, on Wednesday, President Donald Trump and Melania flew to Las Vegas to meet with victims and came across Gunderson in the hospital. The next moment that was captured and posted on Facebook is something he will likely always remember. As the president and first lady entered his room, Gunderson stood up, despite being shot in the leg to greet the two with...
  • hospital crisis killing rural communities

    09/22/2017 9:39:57 AM PDT · by spintreebob · 43 replies
    Georgia Health News ^ | 9-22-2017 | HuffPost-Lauren Weber, GHN's Andy Miller
    GLENWOOD,GA ― If you want to watch a rural community die, kill its hospital. After the Lower Oconee Community Hospital shut down in June 2014, other mainstays of the community followed. The bank and the pharmacy in the small town of Glenwood shuttered. Then the only grocery store in all of Wheeler County closed in the middle of August this year. On Glenwood’s main street, building after building is now for sale, closing, falling apart or infested with weeds growing through the foundation’s cracks. Opportunity has been dying in Wheeler County for the last 20 years. Agriculture was once the...
  • Hospital denounces Florida nurses who gave babies middle finger, called them 'mini Satans'

    09/20/2017 6:41:19 PM PDT · by thecodont · 25 replies
    San Francisco Chronicle / ^ | Updated 11:18 am, Tuesday, September 19, 2017 | By William Axford
    Nurses at Naval Hospital Jacksonville in Florida may face legal action after photos showing them being inappropriate with babies went viral. In photos shared on Snapchat, one nurse is seen giving the middle finger to a baby with the caption, "How I feel about these mini Satans" reports news station WJAX/WFOX. In another photo, a nurse is accused of moving a baby to look like the child is dancing to music.
  • Utah officer told not to worry about blood sample, chief says

    09/07/2017 10:02:06 AM PDT · by GrootheWanderer · 70 replies
    CNN ^ | Sept. 7, 2017 | Dan Simon and Darran Simon
    The officer at the center of controversy over his treatment of a Utah nurse was told not to worry about obtaining blood from an unconscious car crash victim in the hospital, but tried anyway, Logan Police Chief Gary Jensen told CNN Wednesday. Jensen told CNN his department had initially ordered the sample from the man, who was involved in a crash near Logan, Utah in Cache County At the hospital, Payne relayed his difficulty in getting the blood sample to a Logan detective, who was not at the hospital, Jensen said. According to Jensen, the detective then informed Payne the...
  • My Proposal for Hospital Medicare Pricing Discount Programs+Patient $+Private Catastrophic Coverage

    08/28/2017 10:57:19 AM PDT · by Brian Griffin
    08/28/2017 | Brian Griffin
    There has been a strong demand here and elsewhere for plans based on catastrophic insurance. Those plans are only suitable for those with substantial amounts of savings of at least $10,000. If you are thinking of $5,000, that would be a typical PPACA bronze plan. Healthy people often want catastrophic plans to get the potentially massive cost-savings of substantial self-insurance. Fortunately, the people most likely to have very high premiums, people aged 50 to 64, often have $10,000 or much more. Payment for hospital-billed care, in-patient and out-patient, would come from the patient, and if the case was expensive enough,...
  • Multiple Injuries Reported In Shooting At Bronx Lebanon Hospital

    06/30/2017 12:47:45 PM PDT · by rightwingintelligentsia · 46 replies
    CBS Local ^ | June 30, 2017
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Multiple injuries have been reported in a shooting at Bronx Lebanon Hospital, police said. The incident began at 2:50 p.m. at 173rd Street and Grand Concourse in the Mt. Eden section. Police are going floor by floor searching for a gunman, who is believed to be a former employee. The gunman is believed to be carrying a rifle and to have barricaded himself in the hospital.
  • Cyberattack forces West Virginia Hospital to scrap its computer systems.

    06/30/2017 5:02:13 AM PDT · by gattaca · 34 replies
    Fox Business News ^ | June 29, 2017 | Melanie Evans
    Princeton Community Hospital in rural West Virginia will scrap and replace its entire computer network after being struck by the cyberattack paralyzing computers globally. The cyberattack, known as Petya, froze the hospital's electronic medical record system early Tuesday, leaving doctors unable to review patients' medical history or transmit laboratory and pharmacy orders, said Rose Morgan, the hospital's vice president of patient care services. Officials were unable to restore services, and found there was no way to pay a ransom for the return of their system. So, after consulting with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and cybersecurity experts, officials made the...
  • Conversation with a Disarmed Health Pro at Yuma Regional Medical Center

    06/26/2017 5:27:12 AM PDT · by marktwain · 9 replies
    Gun Watch ^ | 18 June, 2017 | Dean Weingarten
    I struck up a conversation with a health care professional. The subject turned to active shooters and the vulnerability of Yuma Regional Medical Center (YMRC). We were in the Yuma Regional Medical Center outpatient clinic. I was getting prepped for my daily dose of high powered intravenous antibiotic. The health care professional did a good job, and I complemented her. She said she had a lot of practice.  I agreed that performance on nearly everything improves with practice, but some people are just naturals at some tasks. I gave the example of a young man I took dove hunting....
  • Steve Scalise is out of the ICU following shooting

    06/23/2017 6:05:31 PM PDT · by Salvation · 39 replies
    CBS ^ | 06-23-17 | Catherine Reynolds
    Steve Scalise is out of the ICU following shooting 0 Comments for this article By: CBS News Submitted: 06/23/2017 - 4:00pm House Majority Whip Steve Scalise is no longer in the intensive care unit at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, a source familiar with his status confirmed to CBS News.There is no update, however, from the hospital, which said on Wednesday that it had upgraded Scalise, a Louisiana Republican, to fair condition, a week after the congressional baseball practice shooting that left him and four others wounded.“Congressman Steve Scalise continues to make good progress. He is now listed in fair...
  • Republicans in Colorado Senate willing to negotiate at critical junctures

    05/15/2017 1:13:10 AM PDT · by 198ml · 6 replies
    Colorado Gazette ^ | 5/14/17 | Peter Marcus
    Prior to the start of the legislative session in January, Republican Senate President Kevin Grantham said restructuring a hospital fee to raise money for state services was off the table. Republicans prior to the session also pushed a familiar narrative of using existing tax revenue and fighting against any tax increases. But then came bills backed by prominent high-profile Republicans aimed at a tax increase for roads and a restructuring of the Hospital Provider Fee. While the $3.5 billion transportation proposal never gained enough GOP support to send the issue to voters, historic progress was made on the Hospital Provider...
  • 'Superbug' fungus new menace in US hospitals, mostly NY, NJ

    04/25/2017 8:01:04 PM PDT · by Tilted Irish Kilt · 20 replies ^ | 4/25/17 | MIKE STOBBE
    A 'superbug' fungus is emerging as a new menace in U.S. hospitals, mostly in New York and New Jersey. First identified in Japan in 2009, the fungus has spread to more than a dozen countries around the globe. The oldest of the 66 cases reported in the U.S. dates back to 2013, but most were reported in the last year. The fungus called Candida auris is a harmful form of yeast. Scientists say it can be hard to identify with standard lab tests. U.S. health officials sounded alarms last year because two of the three kinds of commonly used antifungal...