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Staff WriterExpanded women’s, internal and pediatric health areas, a new parking structure and about 16,550 new patient visits. All are benefits Clinicas de Salud del Pueblo officials anticipate coming up as they go over how they will spend the nearly $3...
Staff WriterSome students in Calexico could receive a free vaccine on Monday. Sen. Juan Vargas, D-San Diego, and Anthem Blue Cross are pairing up to provide 200 low-income students in Calexico with free pertussis vaccines. The clinic, to be held from 10 a.m. to 3...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterAfter Imperial Valley Cancer Center invested about $2.5 million in new technology last December, cancer patients no longer have to drive to San Diego or Palm Springs to get cutting-edge radiation treatment. Patients treated with the new machine...
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Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterA pilot health care program announced earlier this week is set to help Imperial County children. The California Department of Health Care Services announced it intends to award contracts to five health care organizations throughout the state. The pilot...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterIn 2010, Imperial County’s 177,000 residents had only one infectious disease specialist, one pulmonary specialist and one neurosurgeon. “One of the main issues in the Valley has been a shortage of doctors,” said Dr. Vachaspathi...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterCALEXICO — Heffernan Memorial Healthcare District took a baby step down what will be a long road in planning how its MegaPark land purchase will be ultimately used. The Heffernan board met Thursday with health care district consultants to hear...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterIt was a special Cancer Awareness Day for an area oncology center. Though patients didn’t walk the halls of the Imperial Valley Cancer Center on Friday morning, the latest technology was beginning to take shape. The center began moving in its...
Eastern ConnecticutThe 2013 Healium Ball, Un Voyage Paris, will be held on Saturday, June 8, at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford. This signature black-tie event consists of an elegant cocktail reception beginning at 6 p.m., followed by a gourmet dinner and...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Back pain, migraine and other types of chronic pain without a known physical cause - and therefore little prospect for relief - were associated with an increased risk of suicide in a new study of U.S. veterans. But the...
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- The University of Missouri plans to renovate three buildings around its central quadrangle, including the main administration building. The $23 million plan must still be approved by the Board of Curators. The university said in a...
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Amid anxiety over rising costs from the federal healthcare law, California received better-than-expected insurance rates for a new state-run marketplace, but many consumers still won't be spared from sharply higher premiums. Three years after...
UMATILLA — Residents initially resisted the transformation of the former Elks Children's Hospital into The Recovery Village, a luxury drug-rehab center that held its grand opening this week. "It was not fully understood," City Manager Glenn Irby...
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