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  • Health facility to change name, management

    Keck Medicine of the University of Southern California, owner of USC Verdugo Hills Hospital, is partnering with a national company to handle the operations at a local outpatient surgical center Keck Medicine has purchased in an effort to boost...
  • New crisis center opens in Williamsburg

    New crisis center opens in Williamsburg
    Colonial Behavioral Health has opened a behavioral crisis center at Riverside Doctors' Hospital in Williamsburg. The community services board, which serves the mental health needs of residents in Williamsburg, Poquoson, James City and York counties, was...
  • As a doctor fights Ebola, a nurse beats the deadly virus

    WASHINGTON The dangers confronting health care workers who treat Ebola patients took center stage Friday in the nation's capital and in America's largest city. While doctors in New York City closely monitored the condition of Dr. Craig Spencer, the...
  • Ebola fears spread as Spanish nurse worsens, British man tested

    Ebola fears spread as Spanish nurse worsens, British man tested
    Fears that the Ebola outbreak will spread globally rose on Thursday with the deteriorating health of an infected Spanish nurse, a British man who died in Macedonia being tested for the virus and more demands by U.S. lawmakers for travel bans. At least 26...
  • New class of abortion providers helps expand access in California

    New class of abortion providers helps expand access in California
    Ever since the Planned Parenthood health center here opened, the six cushioned recliners in the recovery room had been in steady demand every Friday. That's when a physician would rotate through to perform abortions for four hours. When everyone in...
  • VA is critical to medicine and vets

    VA is critical to medicine and vets
    During preparation for my confirmation as secretary of Veterans Affairs (VA), I was repeatedly asked, "Why doesn't VA just hand out vouchers allowing veterans to get care wherever they want?" For a department recovering from serious issues involving...
  • Study: Medical costs up to 20% higher with hospital-owned physician groups

    Study: Medical costs up to 20% higher with hospital-owned physician groups
    Raising fresh questions about healthcare consolidation, a new study shows hospital ownership of physician groups in California led to 10% to 20% higher costs overall. The UC Berkeley research, published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical...
  • Ebola patient Ashoka Mukpo is now virus-free; Nina Pham improving

    American journalist Ashoka Mukpo no longer has Ebola, health officials announced Tuesday. Earlier in the day, Texas nurse and Ebola patient Nina Pham's condition was upgraded to "good" from "fair," and Texas Gov. Rick Perry announced the opening of a...
  • 4 Chicago hospitals will handle Ebola; nurses call for hazmat protection

    4 Chicago hospitals will handle Ebola; nurses call for hazmat protection
    Four Chicago hospitals will treat potential Ebola patients, and federal officials announced more strict guidelines for handling those cases, even as a nurses union continued to push Tuesday for additional measures. City officials confirmed that Rush...
  • To prevent Ebola in America, quarantine travelers at entry

    To prevent Ebola in America, quarantine travelers at entry
    We have always been thought of as America's medical safety net, and we are that. As emergency physicians, we man the fort 24-7, 365 days a year, and along with our nursing and emergency medical services colleagues, we are willing, able and happy to...
  • Ebola crisis testing Dallas hospital

    DALLAS Even before the crisis, problems had begun to appear on the horizon for one of the Dallas area's proudest institutions. Hospital campuses run like gleaming cruise liners, mammoth operations made up of a thousand fine-tuned parts, but on the good...