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Ardent Health Services President & CEO Vandewater Announces Retirement
Feb 26, 2020 5:14:12 PM
by: Definitive Healthcare
David T. Vandewater, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ardent Health Services, has announced his plans to retire from the company in 2020. He will remain as President and CEO until a successor is named. Vandewater joined the company as chairman of Behavioral Healthcare Corporation, Ardent’s predecessor com...
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Ohio State Wexner Looks to Advance Plans for Two Outpatient Care Facilities
Feb 26, 2020 5:13:22 PM
by: Definitive Healthcare
The Ohio State University will seek Board of Trustees approval for construction, and the remainder of funding for professional services, for its Wexner Medical Center Outpatient Care Dublin. In addition, the university will ask for partial approval for the Wexner Medical Center Outpatient Care West Campus. 'Our patient...
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Wright-Patterson Medical Center (OH) Reaches a Milestone in Reconstructive Surgery
Feb 26, 2020 5:13:04 PM
by: Definitive Healthcare
The plastic and reconstructive surgery team at Wright-Patterson Medical Center (WPMC) has now performed its 50th microsurgical, free flap surgery – a highly specialized surgical procedure necessitating the use of a surgical microscope. This significant milestone was achieved as the team provided reconstructive surgery ...
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Memorial Regional Medical Center (VA) Seeks Permission to Expand
Feb 26, 2020 5:12:54 PM
by: Definitive Healthcare
WTVR Channel 6 Richmond News reports Memorial Regional Medical Center is asking the state of Virginia for permission to add two stories to its existing facility. The hospital is looking to add 44 new beds to help meet the needs of the area’s growing population. The $52.7 million project is currently undergoing a Certif...
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‘No Risk’ of Contracting Coronavirus from 4 Patients in Providence Sacred Heart (WA)
Feb 26, 2020 5:12:38 PM
by: Definitive Healthcare
The Spokesman-Review is reporting that four patients who have tested positive for the novel coronavirus arrived at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center to receive treatment in the hospital’s federally-certified pathogens unit. The patients will receive treatment at Sacred Heart for at least two weeks in line with iso...
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Seventh Child Who Contracted Mold Infection at Seattle Children's Hospital Has Died
Feb 19, 2020 4:58:25 PM
by: Definitive Healthcare
WDJT Channel 58 News reports that an infant who contracted a mold infection at Seattle Children's Hospital has died, becoming the seventh patient at the facility to succumb to the same infection since 2001. The five-month-old girl had been battling an Aspergillus mold infection for months, and she 'just could not beat ...
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