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Emma Krueger had been suffering beatings for perhaps a month before her mother called 911 on Monday night because she wasn't breathing, police officials said Thursday. Emma, who was 3, never recovered, dying Wednesday night at Wesley Medical Center.
Wesley Medical Center and Galichia Heart Hospital are offering a new food service to patients. The days of sending Jell-O to everyone in the hospital (are over), said Wesley food services director Roger Hanson, whose staff serves about 1,000 patient
A collision next to Wesley Medical Center sent two people to the hospital with significant injuries Wednesday night, authorities said. The vehicles collided at 7:52 p.m. at Central and Hillside, a Sedgwick County dispatch supervisor said...A second
Miss. A federal judge has ruled in favor of Forrest General Hospital in a lawsuit over alleged collusion with an ambulance service. The lawsuit was filed in April of 2012 by Wesley Medical Center. The Hattiesburg American reports (http://hatne.ws/
Flu-like symptoms People with flu-like symptoms who should seek immediate medical care are those who experience: Worsening or significant difficulty breathing...In infants, significantly fewer wet diapers than normal only one or two per day. In
More information Online Hospital Compare , a website run by Medicare to give consumers more information about hospitals, recently released new figures on a number of issues, including health care-associated infections and treatment of stroke and
What would the New Year in Wichita be without tracking when the city's first baby of 2014 was born? So with that in mind, let's welcome a 5-pound, 11-ounce girl who was born at 12:41 a.m...She was delivered by cesarean section, a hospital spokeswoman
Photos Galichia Heart Hospital has started a new program for joint replacement patients. The hospital began the push to perform more orthopedic surgeries about a year ago, but recently started offering a nurse navigator program for those patients to
Photos As strange as it may seem, Jenae Arbuckle'ssuicide attempt this past June ultimately improved her quality of life. Arbuckle swallowed 40 painkillers June 20, unable to bear severe pain from severe adhesive arachnoiditis diagnosed in 2009.
Wichita police on Monday confirmed that one of the two men wounded in a deadly shoot-out at a house on North Holyoke has been jailed following his release from a local hospital...Thomas, 20, was arrested on suspicion of first-degree felony murder