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Minimally Invasive Rotator Cuff Repair Surgery: An Interview with Dr. James Dreese In the following interview, University of Maryland Medical Center and Kernan Hospital orthopaedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist Dr. James Dreese answers questions about rotator cuff tears and minimally invasive rotator cuff repair surgery.
Dr. Samuel D. Gerber is among the first Orthopaedic surgeons in the nation to be awarded subspecialty certification in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.
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Rick Santorum And Universal Health Services: Presidential Hopeful Serves On Board of Hospital Chain Being Sued By DOJWASHINGTON -- Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, who announced his bid for president Monday, has spent the past four years serving on the board of Universal Health Services Inc. (UHS), one of the country's largest and most troubled hospital chains. It turns out Santorum may have had a more personal stake in railing against President Barack Obama's signature health care legislation and beating the drum for less government intrusion in our health care system. Both federal and state officials have routinely cited UHS for a seemingly endless number of violations, ranging from Medicaid fraud to patient neglect and abuse.
September 21, 2010 | By David Jackson and Gary Marx, Tribune reporters Two years after state authorities vowed to safeguard youths in psychiatric hospitals from sexual assault, the Tribune identified at least 18 cases of reported rape or sexual abuse at some of the Chicago area's most prominent facilities. Hospitals sometimes failed to properly supervise patients known to be dangerous or didn't notify police and state regulators of the attacks, government records show.
Philadelphia's Department of Human Services has been sending some of the most troubled kids in its care to Chad since at least 2001. In 2005, after a drumbeat of warnings about harsh treatment and the death of a 14-year-old girl, DHS and city courts continued to use Chad even as Tennessee and New York state pulled their youngsters from the facility. While Leach's death prompted Philadelphia officials to start removing youngsters from Chad, eight city youths were still housed there, a city official said last night. Before the death, Philadelphia kids made up the largest group at the facility, constituting about half the 90 youths there.
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Lowell General Hospital is an independent, non-profit, community hospital, located at 295 Varnum Avenue in Lowell, Massachusetts . Incorporated in 1891, this 200-bed facility is devoted to serving the Greater Lowell area and the surrounding communities. It is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. As the area's most trusted hospital, Lowell General specializes in a full continuum of medical and surgical services. The cancer center excels in all aspects of medical oncology, gynecology, hematology, and radiation oncology services. It is one of the seven hospitals in the state to be honored with the accreditation of American College of Radiology.
The staff at the Cancer Center would like to take this opportunity to welcome you and answer your questions during your course of treatment. We are fortunate to have a full range of professionals who will help make your visit(s) to The Cancer Center as pleasant and stress-free as possible. Lowell General Hospital collaborates with the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center to bring world class treatment to our patients. With affiliations for clinical research trials , multidisciplinary conferences and access to some of the world's best cancer specialists, our patients can receive the care they need without having to leave the community.
October 6, 2011 - Lowell, MA - Lowell General Hospital and Saints Medical Center today announced that they have agreed to a memorandum of understanding with the goal of having the two hospitals affiliate with each other. Victor Poirier, chairman, Saints Board of Trustees, said, “We believe that an affiliation with Lowell General Hospital will serve the needs of this institution and the Greater Lowell community now and in the future. By joining with Lowell General, Saints will be able to thrive and succeed for the long-term.”
Today, Lowell General Hospital is the area's most trusted hospital, with 217 licensed beds, including 38 bassinets, and two satellite locations: The Surgery Center and Patient Service Center at Lowell General Hospital's Chelmsford Campus and the Women's Imaging Center in Chelmsford. With specialty care services ranging from Cancer Care to Cardiac Services, Pediatric Specialty Clinics in partnership with Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center, to Pain Management, in addition to 24-hour Emergency Services, Surgical Care, Critical Care and General Medical units, we are committed to providing exceptional care within our community. And our commitment to your health starts with prevention and health education through community education workshops, support groups, and mind/body medicine programs that help you keep healthy. We encourage you to find out more about us online. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
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150 Years of Caring [Editor’s Note: Originally the Lowell Corporation Hospital was established in 1839. In 1930 the deed was transferred to the Archdiocese of and it became known as ’s Hospital. In 1989 ’s Hospital in celebrated 150 years of health care to the community. A History-Calendar, summarizing these fifteen decades with commentaries and recollections, was published for the occasion.