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St. Joseph’s/Candler to open medical clinic at Hyundai Metaplant

A temporary medical facility is already operational at the Hyundai Metaplant. Employees working inside the Hyundai EV plant being built in Bryan County will not only have the luxury of competitive pay and benefits but will also have access to…

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Why Canada’s ‘private health care’ isn’t actually private

Article content In recent months, a series of crushing shortages in Canadian health care delivery have reignited debate over the virtues of allowing “private health care” into the Canadian system. Saskatchewan has turned to for-profit clinics in a bid to…

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US charges 78 people across 16 states in $2.5B healthcare fraud takedown – National

The US Justice Department on Wednesday announced federal and local criminal charges targeting 78 defendants across 16 states as part of a law enforcement action involving $2.5 billion in alleged healthcare fraud schemes targeting elderly and disabled people, HIV patients…

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Another 3,400 PEI patients lost primary care, with family doctors saying he is ‘burnt out’

A Prince Edward Island family doctor who scaled back his 13-year-old practice earlier this month has now decided to close it up completely. Dr. Paul Corney said in a letter to his remaining 3,400 patients that he would be “winding…

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New Zealand debates whether ethnicity should be a factor for surgery waitlists

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN World PMN News PMNLife PMNHealth Author of the article: The Associated Press Nick Perry Published June 22, 2023 • 2 minute read Signs are posted on the Exterior of Auckland City Hospital, May 13, 2017. New…

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Unvaccinated healthcare workers hope to go back to work

Sandy Hartman is frustrated. She’s not allowed back to work at the London Health Sciences Center because she’s not been vaccinated against COVID-19. “At this point in time, the policy is outdated, and I’m hoping we can see some changes,”…

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Fanshawe students heading to Guatemala for medical mission

A team of students and faculty from Fanshawe College are heading to Central America on Saturday to take part in a week-long medical mission. Fourteen third-year students from the Respiratory Therapy Program, along with four faculty, will be traveling to…

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Dix plans summer tour as BC hospitals, health care facing ‘crises’

Health Minister Adrian Dix is ​​planning a summer tour of hospitals across the province in the hopes of addressing the broad issue of health-care and acute-care demand. While announcing a host of short-, medium- and long-term solutions and actions for…

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Easy Collagen Candy – Maria Mind Body Health

Who wants healthy candy made from collagen? My easy recipe for keto candy will blow your mind! HOW TO MAKE EASY COLLAGEN CANDY To make my easy collagen candy, I used Further Food Gelatin! Further Food gelatin and collagen peptides…

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End of Title 42 policy brought fewer migrants than expected, but communities are still on high alert

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA – MAY 13: Immigrants seeking asylum in the US, who are stuck in a makeshift camp between border walls between the US and Mexico, reach and look through the border wall as volunteers offer assistance on the…

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