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United States strengthens Dominica disas...

The United States donated a field hospital worth approximately US $ 640,000 to the government of Dominica. This week, as part of the donation, the US field hospital manufacturer is training staff at Dominica’s Department of Health, Office of Disaster Management (ODM), fire and ambulance service Dominica and Dominica Cadet Corps on the setup and […]

United States strengthens Dominica disas...

Aerial view of the Field Medical Hospital assembled in the Dominica Botanical Gardens in Roseau on May 26, 2021 as part of the ongoing training workshop. The United States donated a field hospital worth approximately US $ 640,000 to the government of Dominica. This week, as part of the donation, the US field hospital manufacturer […]

A bronchial link: the top 2 in OSH on th...

Odessa High School Promotion Major Sejal Yadalla and Salvator Aakash Angirekula are heading to different universities, but they’ve created a bond over the past three years that they hope will continue for years to come. Yadalla has been with OHS since his second year, from Lock Haven, Pa., A town of about 10,000 people. She […]

Doctor, doctor: alternative education an...

It’s no secret that becoming a full-fledged doctor can take a lot of work. Professionals in this field must be able to deal with a wide range of medical conditions and issues and think quickly. Years of studying medicine, working to gain experience and proving yourself in this field can be too much for many […]

Camille Clare contributes to increasing ...

As a first generation student with immigrant parents and OB / GYN clinician, Camille A. Clare ’92 understands the challenges many face navigating college and medical school. As Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion at the Faculty of Medicine and Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at New York Medical College (NYMC), she helps under-represented […]

Outstanding 2021 MSSU Graduate Looks For...

SWearing a hat and shirt from his future medical school, Nathan Piccoli, 22, a senior at Missouri Southern State University, breathed a big sigh of relief on Thursday after completing his final exam of his undergraduate career. “Especially since this morning, I’m in seventh heaven,” he said with a smile. “Now all that stress from […]

Paycheck Protection Program Loans Used I...

LOUISVILLE, Mississippi (WCBI) – Some may have heard of the Paycheck Protection Program or P3s Loan. Federal loans have been made available to help keep local businesses afloat and keep employees. Thousands of businesses have applied for loans of small and large amounts. When the pandemic started and business fell, companies worried about the payroll, […]

Students ready to enter the medical fiel...

FREEDOM, Wisconsin (WBAY) – Bellin College held its open-air grand opening at the Field of Scenes Drive-in Freedom on Saturday. Students have grown from student health workers to now health professionals. “I remember I was stationed at the Bellin Hospital and I met all the people I work with now, so it’s really cool that […]

Quillen College of Medicine graduates ex...

JOHNSON CITY – Seventy-three students graduated from East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine on Thursday. Now, they will scatter near or far to complete their residency programs even as the nation and the world continues to grapple with a COVID-19 pandemic that has claimed hundreds of thousands of lives in the United States […]

Cove High teacher prepares students for ...

Sandra Perry’s class, a career and technology education teacher at Copperas Cove High School, inspires learning because she brings real-world experience to the classroom. Its classroom is physically set up to be conducive to learning, including a mock patient room where students practice nursing skills and also learn in a simulated pharmacy. CCHS Principal Jimmy […]