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The closure of a pediatric unit in an East Bay hospital is catching patients and parents off guard after the date for the closure was suddenly pushed up. Now hospital workers and parents are scrambling to figure out how children will receive care.
The state Department of Public Health said the 13-bed pediatric unit at Steward Morton Hospital is an essential service and has raised several concerns about plans to close the inpatient facility. The DPH has given the for-profit Steward Health Care
May 2, 2013 Akron Children's Hospital plans to take over the inpatient pediatric unit at Aultman Hospital in Canton. The two hospitals recently signed a letter of intent regarding the arrangement, which expands on the hospitals' existing five-year
The Department of Public Health will hold a public hearing at 2 p.m. today on the proposed closing of a 13-bed pediatric unit at Steward Morton Hospital in Taunton. The Level 2 pediatric unit has been in service for more than 50 years at Morton.
Helping children with medical procedures Via Christi child life specialists Angie Long and Catherine Coakley offer the following tips parents can use with their children: Explain the importance of the medication in kid-friendly terms. Offer choices
Passaic Valley Today woodland park The annual "Band Together for the Holidays" Band-Aid drive is in its sixth year this holiday season. The collection goes towards the children of the pediatric unit at St...The drive was started by the Scarpa sisters
It has vexed busy Bradenton pediatrician Federico Frias for years. For his patients who needed an overnight stay at a hospital for even minor concerns, Frias had to direct worried families past nearby Lakewood Ranch Medical Center. Chief Executive
Nursing Assistant Professor Nicole Burchett came with a group of nursing students representing the Kentucky Association of Nursing Students to present the gift. The students have worked very hard to raise the money to get these things. They have held
So he helped Miss Washington's Outstanding Teen Nicole Renard raise money for a local pediatric unit to get those children home to their families sooner. Renard and four students from Cottonwood and Ridgeview elementary schools -- including Harrison -
Pediatric nurses Donielle Talbert (left) and Colleen Larkin view a chart Tuesday in a "family friendly" hallway of Advocate South Suburban Hospital's new pediatric unit. Supplied photo Updated: January 31, 2012 8:04PM Advocate South Suburban Hospital