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Senior Health (INACTIVE)

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  • Upper Chesapeake Health welcomes seven new board members

    Upper Chesapeake Health, the not-for-profit company that owns and operates Harford Memorial Hospital in Havre de Grace and the Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air, has announced seven people have joined the firm's board of directors. "The...
  • Feds have much to do before insurance marketplace is ready

    Some call it an "exchange." The federal government prefers the term "marketplace." But whatever you call it, an online site for people to shop for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act is scheduled to be up and running Oct. 1. Like a bargain...
  • USC Verdugo Hills Hospital names new executive and chief medical officer

    USC Verdugo Hills Hospital names new executive and chief medical officer
    Longtime chief executive of USC Verdugo Hills Hospital Len LaBella is stepping down, to be replaced by new executive Debbie Walsh. The 158-bed hospital, which finalized its acquisition by Keck Hospital of USC earlier last month, announced the switch on...
  • Facility for seniors planned for former mall site

    Facility for seniors planned for former mall site
    SOUTH BEND -- The heavy machinery that is moving dirt around the former North Village Mall site in South Bend is preparing the property for a $14 million skilled nursing and assisted living center. A two-story, 66,560-square-foot center, which will be...
  • Stephen Goldstein: Time for Florida to stop running on idle

    If South Florida were a car, I'd say it was a clunker stuck in neutral. Year after year, I watch as it continues to be the land of poor choices and missed opportunities: Never have so many possessed so little imagination — or worse. For example,...
  • Neighbor Ride named finalist in Tom's of Maine giving program

    Neighbor Ride has been selected as the only finalist from Maryland in the fifth annual Tom's of Maine 50 States for Good community giving program, which seeks to uncover local nonprofit groups that address community needs and engage volunteers to get...
  • Services suspended, offices closed, workers sent home

    Services suspended, offices closed, workers sent home
    Workers at Fort McHenry emerged shortly before 9 a.m. Tuesday to post the sign: "Closed until further notice. No Entry. No trespassing." Over the next hour, joggers and cyclists pulled up to the gate, stopped, read the notice and turned around. Finally,...
  • Check top 10 web sites for information on Alzheimer's disease

    A diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia can be devastating for patients and their families. Luckily, there's no shortage of information on every facet of the condition. We've chosen the most reliable Web sites that provide guidance...
  • About Sheryl Woods

    About Sheryl Woods
    Born and raised in Ohio Sheryl A. Woods attended the University of Idaho where she completed her Bachelor and Masters Degree in Education.   Sheryl then moved to Norman, Oklahoma to teach on the faculty of the University of Oklahoma where she taught...
  • Lynchburg leaders create plan for "healthier" streets

    Lynchburg leaders create plan for "healthier" streets
    Lynchburg leaders are working from the ground up to improve their community. Officials from groups like Lynch’s Landing, Region 2000, the Lynchburg Health Department, and Lynchburg city government have spent the last six months coming up with a...
  • Illinois struggles to move mentally ill adults out of nursing homes

     Illinois struggles to move mentally ill adults out of nursing homes
    Casting doubt on an ambitious state plan to move thousands of mentally ill adults out of nursing homes and into community-based programs, a federal court monitor reported this week that many of the patients don't want to leave the facilities while...