Warburg Pincus Announces Investment in CityMD
4/18/2017 Founded in 2010 by a passionate group of emergency medicine physicians, CityMD's mission is to serve its communities by providing quality medical care through convenient access and an exceptional experience.
Doctor Charged With Female Genital Mutilation Has Published Research, Overseen Residents
4/18/2017 Dr. Jumana Nagarwala's credentials are impressive. She graduated the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in 1998, according to an online bio (see cached version).
ECU Notes: Exercise simulates mass casualty event
4/18/2017 Students in the Emergency Medicine Interest Group at East Carolina University's Brody School of Medicine held a mock disaster exercise April 8 on the health sciences campus.
Do Marathons Delay Medical Care?
4/18/2017 A study released on Wednesday, April 12, 2017 shows that marathons can be risky for hearts, but not necessarily those of the runners.
Pediatric Emergency Center opens
4/18/2017 MORGANTOWN - A collaboration between WVU Medicine Children's and the WVU Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine at J.W.
Goal of new initiative is to encourage advance health care planning
4/18/2017 Would your family members know what - and how much - medical care you would want, in an emergency situation or during the course of an illness?
'Trying to save a life': Auburn Community Hospital implements new Narcan program
4/18/2017 While the Narcan will help as a first emergency response, Iannolo cautioned that it's not a substitute for going to the hospital.
A Transgender Learning Gap in the Emergency Room - The New ...
4/18/2017 After a skiing accident, Beck Bailey, featured in Transgender Patients Face Challenges at the Hospital, encountered doctors who were unsure how to treat ...
Free emergency treatment: Only 40% qualify
4/18/2017 Only around 40% of the patients who have requested the new free government subsidised emergency medical treatment recently have received it.
Active Shooter Drill Helps Emergency Response Units Prepare For The Worst
4/18/2017 Shalyn Dougherty is a junior studying emergency medicine at the technical high school. Being involved in the active shooter drill made her feel more prepared, she explained.