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  • Doctor, whose family lives in Md., flown to Nebraska for Ebola treatment

    Doctor, whose family lives in Md., flown to Nebraska for Ebola treatment
    A surgeon from Sierra Leone, critically ill with Ebola, was flown to a Nebraska hospital for treatment on Saturday, and is sicker than previous patients treated in the United States, medical officials said. Dr. Martin Salia, 44, whose family lives in...
  • State regulators say Anne Arundel group home where boy died violated rules

    State regulators say Anne Arundel group home where boy died violated rules
    Maryland health regulators say they found serious violations at the group home for disabled foster children where a 10-year-old Baltimore boy died in July — including conflicting records on his care, and miscommunication between staff and the...
  • Pediatric nursing: Making a difference in a child's life is rewarding

    By Erinn Hutkin Annie Ryan tells herself every day that she has the best job in the world. A certified pediatric nurse practitioner for Swedish Covenant Medical Group Pediatrics in Chicago, Ryan helps children and families become better people -...
  • How to shop for health plans during Obamacare open enrollment

    How to shop for health plans during Obamacare open enrollment
    Starting this weekend, anyone interested in changing an existing health insurance policy or buying a new one can do so during the second open enrollment period under Obamacare. Those interested in having a plan in place by Jan. 1 must make their...
  • Broward Health wants to offer MD residency training

    Broward Health wants to offer MD residency training
    Broward Health wants to establish residency programs to train doctors in internal medicine and general surgery after they graduate from medical school. It's another step toward Broward Health's goal of becoming a renowned teaching hospital and joining...
  • Sierra Leone doctor dies of Ebola at Nebraska hospital

    Sierra Leone doctor dies of Ebola at Nebraska hospital
    A surgeon who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone died early on Monday of the disease at a Nebraska hospital, medical officials said, the second death from the virus out of 10 known cases treated in the United States. Dr. Martin Salia, a...
  • Kaiser Permanente joins forces with Target Corp. on in-store clinics

    Kaiser Permanente joins forces with Target Corp. on in-store clinics
    HMO giant Kaiser Permanente entered the growing retail clinic business for the first time by joining forces with Target Corp. on four in-store locations in Southern California. Three Kaiser clinics inside Target stores opened Monday in Fontana, San...
  • New add-on charges appearing on medical bills

    New add-on charges appearing on medical bills
    Has anyone else encountered those pesky add-on charges that have emerged for doctor's visits? A facilities fee here; a "medical diagnosis" co-pay for a visit to get your eyes checked (that's in addition to the vision insurance co-pay); and a hospital...
  • With Ian Crozier's reveal, here are the 10 Ebola patients treated in U.S.

    Since the current Ebola outbreak began a year ago in West Africa — where the World Health Organization estimates the virus has claimed more than 6,000 lives — 10 patients have been treated in the United States. Of those 10, eight have...
  • Tangier Island clinic is in excellent health

    Tangier Island clinic is in excellent health
    From the broad, welcoming porch of the Tangier Island health center, physician assistant E. Inez Pruitt can look over her childhood home on one side and the grave of her mentor, David B. Nichols, on the other. When Nichols died in 2010, the physician...
  • Ebola screening trickles down to doctors' offices, care clinics

    Ebola screening trickles down to doctors' offices, care clinics
    Efforts to screen for possible cases of Ebola are moving from airports and hospitals to doctors' offices and urgent-care clinics. While the chance of a widespread outbreak in the United States is considered extremely unlikely, patients making...