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2014/07/26 12:35
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WASHINGTON — A woman known for donating gowns from her Maryland bridal shop to military brides has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison for stealing more than $5 million from her nonprofit...
2014/07/26 12:35
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2014/07/25 18:41
2014/07/25 18:41
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JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) - Mississippi is dead last in the US when it comes to the number of doctors available for patients. Advanced medical technology and other innovations are bridging...
2014/07/24 12:06
2014/07/24 12:06
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The for-profit company, which agreed to shut or sell its 107 campuses after the government limited its access to student aid, spent $320,000 on lobbying in the quarter ended June 30, according to...
2014/07/23 21:17
2014/07/23 21:17
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Penn Study Reveals New Evidence Showing Medical Student Perceptions of Health Policy Education are Improving, but 40 Percent are Still Not Satisfied Study of New Teaching Framework Highlights...
2014/07/21 23:29
2014/07/21 23:29
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CHICAGO – First-day jitters come with any new job but when the work involves pushing needles into strangers’ bellies, stitching up gaping wounds or even delivering babies, that debut can be especially...
2014/07/21 18:26
2014/07/21 18:26
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UNR, UNLV to spearhead southern Nevada effort Southern Nevada could see a much needed increase in the number of doctors in the area within the next few years after higher education leaders approved a...
2014/07/21 18:14
2014/07/21 18:14
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Q My 77-year-old brother just moved to the South Bay and is in poor health. How do I find a good geriatrician in the area? I am sure that there are geriatricians at UCLA and USC but he can’t travel...
2014/07/14 20:41
2014/07/14 20:41
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During a hernia operation, Dorothea Handron's surgeon unknowingly pierced her bowel. It took five days for doctors to determine she had an infection. By the time they operated on her again, she was...
2014/07/12 04:12
2014/07/12 04:12
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MEDICAL COLLEGE UT student chosen for admissions test tutorialContest winner to work with 11 others on videos Students looking for free assistance with Medical College Admission Test preparation will...
2014/07/11 20:28
2014/07/11 20:28
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CMS named dozens of potential winners, with projects ranging from better coordination efforts in emergency care, cardiology, long-term care, and scores of hard-to-treat, costly conditions such as...
2014/07/09 14:40
2014/07/09 14:40
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Twenty new doctors are sporting white coats this week at Osceola Regional Medical Center, which has started its first two residency programs. The 321-bed HCA hospital in Kissimmee aims to bolster...
2014/07/08 11:02
2014/07/08 11:02
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Missouri is ranked second in the nation for exporting the doctors it trains, causing primary physician shortages particularly in rural areas, according to a recent report released by the Missouri...
2014/07/08 06:26
2014/07/08 06:26
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CHICAGO (AP) — First-day jitters come with any new job but when the work involves pushing needles into strangers’ bellies, stitching up gaping wounds or even delivering babies, that debut can be...
2014/07/08 04:31
2014/07/08 04:31
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Amid a nationwide push to solve the physician shortage crisis, a teaching health center with local roots received $13.8 million in federal funds to train medical residents in its primary care...
2014/07/08 01:21
2014/07/08 01:21
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Dean of the University of Arizona's College of Medicine in Phoenix, Stuart Flynn stands with first year medical student Matthew DeLesia. Flynn says the state needs about 1,000 additional residency...
2014/07/07 22:33
2014/07/07 22:33
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Hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt, and no residency. That’s the situation for 412 medical school graduates this year in the United States. A residency – paid, on-the-job training – is an...
2014/07/07 18:11
2014/07/07 18:11
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The pending combination of Arizona’s only academic medical center with the state’s largest not-for-profit hospital system is an early tremor in what might turn into a major shake-up of U.S. academic...
2014/06/30 17:32
2014/06/30 17:32
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WASHINGTON D.C.--Federally funded programs will add at least 2,300 new primary care practitioners by the end of 2015, but the funding for at least one of those programs is set to expire at the same...
2014/06/29 04:04
2014/06/29 04:04
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HOUSTON (AP) — An accrediting group cited more than a dozen administrative areas of concern in placing Baylor College of Medicine on probation, a downgrade that school officials hope will be lifted...
2014/06/28 10:53
2014/06/28 10:53
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Next month’s opening of a branch campus of Ohio University’s medical college in Dublin represents a significant shot in the arm locally for primary care, officials say. Among Ohio’s medical schools,...
2014/07/26 12:35
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