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Houston-based Texas Medical Center releases new metrics to track coronavirus spread, guide reopening decisions

Houston's Morning News

00:35 sec | 17 hrs ago

Houston-based Texas Medical Center releases new metrics to track coronavirus spread, guide reopening decisions

"Mark now for cases of positive Cove in 19. The number of hospitalizations though down now, yesterday was 7500 now is down to 7216. That means it's declining. Yes, folks, the Texas Medical Center, starting up new covert 19 tracking metrics now That they say will give us all a better picture of things. They include the reproduction rate. We're not talking about what you normally thank the reproduction rate of the virus and the positivity rates at Texas Medical Center hospitals, the SEC and the A. C C. Say they're

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Fresh update on "medical center" discussed on Politics and Public Policy Today

Politics and Public Policy Today

00:49 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "medical center" discussed on Politics and Public Policy Today

"Speech for civil rights in 1948 Democratic convention, which sort of puts the US put Democratic Party on record as being for civil rights, which had never been before. But we have no other parallel in American political history, where someone gives a great speech and then at the same convention gets the nomination. What about today? Are there parallels to other modern politicians? Well, I think I think Obama's speech In that way. A similar involves him to national prominence. Michael's right. Brian had already achieved much of that. But but the sense of party unity that both of them brought on and to those speeches and the kind of sincerity and speaking across a broad range of the public and really speaking outside of their party as well. Both of them are able to do that in those in those settings. They're different in other ways, but But there is a similarity. William Thomas is the chair of History Department here at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln and Michael Case and who teaches history at Georgetown University. You put the book Ah, godly hero together when I started doing research on it around 18 1996 about 100 years after, and I was published in 2006 we thank you for your perspective on the life and career of William Jennings Bryan, our thanks to the staff here at the William Jennings Bryan home who've opened their doors to the C SPAN cameras and the staff and administration at the Brian L. G. H Medical Center, which makes up the campus that were at part of the Brian home often called at Fairview. We won't leave you with more of the words of William Jennings Bryan as we continue our look at his life and career, and you can check it out online on C span dot or the Contender series. But in the words of William Jennings Bryan what made an ideal republic Here's what he had to say public. Purely upon the foundation stone horrid by revolutionary pitch from the mountain of Eternal Republic, applying. In fact, it came into the world the self evident proposition that all men are created equal that they are endowed with an agent right that governments are instituted among men to secure these rights and that governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed the whole republic. With civil and religious liberty stimulate all too earnest endeavor and in which the law Spain, every hand uplifted for the neighbors Injury Republic in which every citizen is a sovereign but in which no one dares to wear a crown. But an encore presentation of the contenders Siri's from September 2011..

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Would a potential coronavirus vaccine be safe for children?

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Would a potential coronavirus vaccine be safe for children?

"Is is that that someday someday we we will will have have a a Corona Corona virus virus vaccine. vaccine. But But while while we we wait wait pediatricians pediatricians Are already expressing worries that some parents might not trust that the vaccine will be safe for kids When it is available. We want to make sure there's public trust in the vaccine doctor Sarah Schaffer Drew is the pediatrician at Children's National Medical Center. She believes parents should get kids vaccinated. If and when there's a code 19 vaccine. All vaccines go through a very rigorous And robust testing process that has to be approved by the FDA. Schaefer Drusus If your child's pediatrician is recommending it, you Khun believe it's safe.

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Fresh update on "medical center" discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:33 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "medical center" discussed on WBZ Midday News

"Man has been shot and wounded at a hospital. This happened around 5 30 Let's get more from chaos. L. A's Christian Peco's On scene. Huge turnout of law enforcement here made up of Shreveport police, as well as the cattle, parish Sheriff's Office and Louisiana State police all responding to this active situation. Right now, I've seen a number of first responders armed with long rifles as well wearing bulletproof vests right now. Shreveport police do not know if he's still inside ST Mary Medical Center. The suspect is still being sought No word yet on a motive. The world is watching Russia one day after a claim to win the global race to find a Corona virus vaccine they claim is effective. But a B C's in Pennell reports. They skipped a crucial step in the trials, and experts around the world remain skeptical. Russia choosing to go ahead before completing that crucial final Phase three trial that's used to chauffeur vaccine will work safely in a large population. They only lined up 2000 people. For that final step doctor found he shared his reaction with National Geographic. I hope that the Russians have actually definitively proven That the vaccine is safe and effective. I seriously doubt that they've done that doctor friend. She's optimistic there will be an effective vaccine around year's end. The U. S. Is also racing to get a vaccine ready and done by years in the leading candidate right in our backyard, Cambridge based mode Erna President Trump. We have reached an agreement with For daring to manufacture and deliver 100 million doses of their Corona virus vaccine candidate and again reiterating here. The federal government is buying millions of doses of this vaccine, even while the experimental vaccine remains in clinical trials. The reality is a legitimate corona virus vaccine could still be months away. Some people say years, but Cos air rushing to test what could be the next best thing. Anybody drugs that fight the virus immediately. Dr. Myron Cohen is a virologist with the University of North Carolina. It can be given In such a fashion that it diffuses very quickly into the body all through the body, and you might be able to protect prevent infection immediately. They don't last is long, maybe only a month or two, but they will give a quick Temporary immunity to people in high risk groups. Nursing home workers, front line employees, doctors, nurses, you name it. MTs, police, firefighters and people in the media, of course on again while traditional vaccines work by tricking the body into responding to an infection, they could take a month or longer to kick in. So these anybody drugs R. Short lasting but immediate All right. This story now the S P. S. C. A. And the local police are investigating a potential wildlife cruelty case in Worcester County, Kim Tunnicliffe with a story carry. Hansen was out kayaking on Dorothy's Pond here in Milbury when she noticed some kind of dead animal in the water close to the shore, noticed something.

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Pediatricians Are Concerned Children May Be Falling Behind On Vaccines

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Pediatricians Are Concerned Children May Be Falling Behind On Vaccines

"About about vaccines vaccines for for their their kids. They want to get the word out now early about covert 19 vaccines if and when they become available vaccine goes through a rigorous and robust testing process that has to be approved by the FDA vaccine will need to be tested and trialed in Children. Dr. Sarah Schaffer Taru is the pediatrician at Children's National Medical Center. And so families should feel confident that if it's being offered by their pediatrician That it is safe. Schaefer Drusus doctors sharing personal anecdotes about being immunized and immunizing their family members can help encourage vaccine hesitant families. Christi King W. T O P. News, a new study

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Pediatricians Are Concerned Children May Be Falling Behind On Vaccines

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

Pediatricians Are Concerned Children May Be Falling Behind On Vaccines

"Are used to hearing questions from parents about that scenes for kids. They want to get the word out early about Cove in 19 vaccines. If been win, they become available. Every vaccine goes through a rigorous and robust testing process that has to be approved by the FDA vaccine will need to be tested and trialled in Children. Dr. Sarah Schaffer Drew was a pediatrician at Children's National Medical Center, and so family should feel confident that if it's being offered by their pediatrician That it is safe. Schaefer Drusus doctors sharing personal anecdotes about being immunized and immunizing their family members can help encourage vaccine. Hesitant families. Christi King

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As COVID-19 upends fall sports, student-athletes face uncertain futures

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 2 d ago

As COVID-19 upends fall sports, student-athletes face uncertain futures

"See Cove in spreading at sporting events in Maryland High School sports in the state have been postponed for the fall and winter seasons until February 1st 2021. Students will still be able to practice in the first semester as long as they mate state and local safety guidelines. More details are expected before school starts. That delay can have an emotional impact on the student athletes who were looking forward to competing with routines upended James Hula sports psychologist who works with college athletes at the Ohio State University. Wexner Medical Center, recommends the three s is for students. First, he says, stay present and try to enjoy what you can right now. Second, he says, Shift your focus, possibly by finding other activities to fill your time catching your mind going to all these uncertainty and come backto. Well, what can I do right now? And that they're finding joy and other new avenues can bring a lot of solace during a time of uncertainty. Finally, he says, to seek connections and talk about your struggles with others.

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11-Year-Old Boys Grazed in Separate Shootings During Another Violent Philadelphia Weekend

KYW 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 3 d ago

11-Year-Old Boys Grazed in Separate Shootings During Another Violent Philadelphia Weekend

"A violent weekend in Philadelphia continued tonight. Police say a 25 year old man was shot and killed outside a home in East Mount Airy. The results of a triple shooting and grace Ferry, an 11 year old boy as well as a man and woman were injured. And an 11 year old boy was shot last night, too, So it was a pregnant woman in a separate incident as we hear from cable W's Justin Judo. A pregnant woman is one of six people who was shot at a cookout at the Claiborne and Louis playground in the Matula section of West Philadelphia, according to police, who say the melon female victims range from 17 2 59 years old. They were taken to multiple hospitals. All of them are in stable condition. There is no word on an arrest or a motive. Police saying an unrelated incident, an 11 year old boy in the only section of the city was grazed in his head and shoulders. Walking down a street shortly before it's in PM They say he was taken to Einstein Medical Center and then to ST Christopher's Hospital for Children and is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. Police data shows three Children have been shot per week in Philadelphia since the start of the year. Just a nude. Okay? Y w

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Two 11-Year-Old Boys Grazed By Bullets In Violent Weekend In Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 sec | 3 d ago

Two 11-Year-Old Boys Grazed By Bullets In Violent Weekend In Philadelphia

"A A violent violent weekend weekend in in Philadelphia Philadelphia continued continued tonight. tonight. Police say a 25 year old man was shot and killed outside a home in East Mount Airy. The results of a triple shooting and grace Ferry, an 11 year old boy as well as a man and woman were injured. And an 11 year old boy was shot last night, too, So it was a pregnant woman in a separate incident as we hear from cable W's Justin Judo. A pregnant woman is one of six people who was shot at a cookout at the Claiborne and Louis playground in the Matula section of West Philadelphia, according to police, who say the melon female victims range from 17 2 59 years old. They were taken to multiple hospitals. All of them are in stable condition. There is no word on an arrest or a motive. Police saying an unrelated incident, an 11 year old boy in the only section of the city was grazed in his head and shoulders. Walking down a street shortly before it's in PM They say he was taken to Einstein Medical Center and then to ST Christopher's Hospital for Children and is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. Police data shows three Children have been shot per week in Philadelphia since the start of the year.

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Pregnant woman among 15 shot in Philadelphia over weekend

KYW 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

Pregnant woman among 15 shot in Philadelphia over weekend

"A pregnant woman and her 11 year old and an 11 year old boy were shot in separate unrelated incidents in Philadelphia on Saturday night. Hey, but abuse Justin Trudeau has this story again Another violent weekend here in the city. A pregnant woman is one of six people who was shot at a cookout at the Claiborne and Louis playground in the Mantua section of West Philadelphia, according to police, who say the melon female victims range from 17 2 59 years old. They were taken to multiple hospitals. All of them are in stable condition. There is no word on an arrest or motive. Police saying an unrelated incident, an 11 year old boy in the only section of the city was grazed in his head and shoulder while walking down a street shortly before it's in PM They say he was taken to Einstein Medical Center and then ST Christopher's Hospital for Children and is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. Police data shows three Children have been shot per week in Philadelphia since the start of the

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Pregnant woman, 11-year-old boy shot in separate Philadelphia incidents

KYW 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

Pregnant woman, 11-year-old boy shot in separate Philadelphia incidents

"A pregnant woman and an 11 year old boy were shot in unrelated incidents in Philadelphia Saturday night, according to police, who are investigating Those cases came with W's. Justin knew no reports. A pregnant woman is one of six people who was shot at a cookout at the Claiborne and Louis playground in the Matula section of West Philadelphia, according to police, who say the melon female victims range from 17 2 59 years old. They were taken to multiple hospitals. All of them were in stable condition. There is no word on an arrest or a motive. Police saying an unrelated incident, an 11 year old boy in the only section of the city was grazed in his head and shoulder while walking down a street shortly before it's npm. They say he was taken to Einstein Medical Center and dentist. Stuffers Hospital for Children and is in stable condition. No arrests have been made. Police data shows three Children have been shot per week in Philadelphia since the start of the

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Children are battling a syndrome linked to coronavirus

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:10 min | 3 d ago

Children are battling a syndrome linked to coronavirus

"More US kids are coming down with a rare inflammatory disorder associated with covert 19 including 29 cases here in California. We get that story from KCBS reporter Melissa Call Ross. It's called Multi System Inflammatory Syndrome, or M SC. We have Children who are presenting with information of multiple organs, including the heart, lung gastrointestinal system and the skin. Doctor Nadine Shredder with the Children's Hospital at the MoD, Ifyou're Medical Center in New York, says kids who come down with me Have been infected with Cove in 19 she says. Some of them have to be treated in intensive care units. But the majority have recovered and very few deaths have been reported Those, for example, whose heart function where they come in with low heart function. That function recovers within 6 to 8 days completely back to normal, And that happened in the majority of cases up to 95. 96% of cases sweeter ads that so far, doctors haven't seen any recurrence of the syndrome once patients have recovered. There have been just over two dozen cases of MSC reported in

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New York - Jersey City Police Shoot Man Who Threatened Family Members With Knife: Police Sources

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 4 d ago

New York - Jersey City Police Shoot Man Who Threatened Family Members With Knife: Police Sources

"Is dead after a police shooting in Jersey City an investigation now under way it happened around 6 30 yesterday. Even got a home on Hopkins Avenue. Officials say an emotionally disturbed man was threatening his family with a knife. When he wouldn't drop the weapon. One of the cops open fire. The man shot was taken to Jersey City Medical Center. His condition was taken for treatment of Jersey City Medical Center's name has not been released. I

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Ohio Gov. Tests Negative for COVID-19 Hours After Positive Result

MSNBC Morning Joe

03:34 min | 5 d ago

Ohio Gov. Tests Negative for COVID-19 Hours After Positive Result

"Governor Mike Dewine tested negative for corona virus just hours after another test registered a positive result raising concerns over the accuracy of Cova tess governor wine first tested positive yesterday morning. Using a rapid antigen tests with allows for results in minutes, but has been shown to be less accurate that test was part of the protocol for those greeting president trump on the tarmac airport in Cleveland Governor Dewine. Then returned to Columbus and took a second test. From Ohio, State University's Medical Center this time using a more standard procedure known as P., C. R. and results came back negative in the evening that second test which looks at these specific genetic material for the virus is known to be more sensitive and accurate, but more time intensive, and it requires sales to be processed in a lab. Wine sample was run twice and came back negative both times, Jonathan. Lemaire, you're on that trip your with the president right now, traveling this test was administered because governor dewine was going to greet president trump on the tarmac there in Ohio. What were the ripple effects of that News Air Force One? Good Morning I'm today in new. Jersey, don't be too jealous not far from the president's Bedminster Golf Club where he is spending a three day weekend, but you're right yesterday we landed here last late last night. From Ohio and perhaps not in the first line of my career obituary will note that I was in the room when the president said. But yeah. But more than that, it's the governor and that initially initial test. Shadowed the entire trip, the president spent the day at Ohio, which in itself, of course, was noteworthy state that he won handily in two thousand sixteen. But this time around did the polling shows about Joe. Biden shows you president trump diminished standing in this race that he has to spend time resource energy in states like Ohio. Yesterday, he was in. Texas, last week having to play defense and it was as we. We were about to take off from Washington on Air. Force One. When we got news, the governor had tested positive and he no longer will be able to be there on the tarmac when we landed. Of course, he wasn't there president was greeted in Cleveland by other other officials, other representatives I addressed briefly saying that he thought the governor would hopefully would be okay, but it goes to show you the entire. Centered around a speech. The president touted his economic policies He turned toward a whirlpool factory in Ohio, Tout American manufacturing in its rebirth under his watch although, of course. American. Manufacturing sector has really stalled by in the last year or two. But. He chose he can never outrun the virus everything was trying to yesterday and then included a fundraiser as well was shadowed by this, and then of course, last night after we landed here in New Jersey, we got second test proved negative, but it raises questions about the accuracy of these tests and includes those White House. If you remember Texas last week Congressman Gohmert was going to be on the Air Force One. He wasn't because he tested positive. Seems like subsequent tests indicate that as well. But this causes the question. Everyone comes into contact with the president that includes his. Medic officials on the road that includes reporters at the white. House before the one, I took that same test yesterday, the governor wanted in Ohio. We're all screen, and now this has been number of high profile. Cases, governor. But also staffers and reporters where there's been a false negative at first were a false positive. It calls into question just how accurate and safe. All these tests are for anyone including those traveling with commander in chief.

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International aid heads to Beirut after blast

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

International aid heads to Beirut after blast

"International aid in the form of emergency workers and medical personnel is heading to Lebanon a day off to a massive explosion devastated Beirut's port killing at least one hundred people and wounding thousands from says it's sending two planes with dozens of emergency workers the mobile medical units and fifteen tons of aid French president Emmanuel microphones office says the aid should allow for the treatment of some five hundred victims also French peacekeepers stationed in Lebanon a former French protectorate had been helping since the explosion meanwhile Jordan officials say the ministry field hospital including all necessary personnel will be dispatched and Egypt has opened a Medical Center in the city to treat those wounded in Tuesday's giant lost I'm Charles the last month

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Betty Ford's Healing Legacy: A Conversation with Susan Ford Bales

Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery

05:47 min | Last week

Betty Ford's Healing Legacy: A Conversation with Susan Ford Bales

"Today, we're joined by Susan Ford Welcome. Susan. You are aid author, photo journalist. The youngest of four children to President and Mrs Ford. We are appropriately here at the Betty Ford Center, where you're also on the board of trustees of the Hazel Betty. Ford Foundation. Your mother's legacy. was as a breast cancer survivor and advocate, and as a woman in recovery, and as an advocate for being a woman in recovery. How has the legacy of your mother? Affected your role here at the Betty, Ford? Center. Wow Her shoes were really big to fill your So when she stepped down from the board and I became chairman. I. Think it was harder than living in the White House actually because. We mother and I come from two different parts of recovery. She is a patient and the family member. So we have very different opinions of things than and what's important to us One of the things that she made me do, which was extremely painful with sit on every city every single committee. And participate on my witness finance. Finance. But I learned it. Sure. And so I feel like she did a great job of preparing me to be chairman. So it's it's just we come at it from a different angle in a different perspective family and children's services is extremely important to me because that's how I was affected by this disease. Did you come to the the role of being the chair here at Betty? Ford, did you come to that reluctantly? No because I had been on the board for cheese, probably fifteen years I'm it had just been a long process Mother was gracious and allowed me to raise my children before I came on the board because I was pregnant when the. Betty. Ford. Center open. So. I don't think I came on the board until my youngest was first grade or second grade, and so she gave me some time to get my children raised in at least in school because it required several days travel and all of that in childcare and all the complications that we go through to participate in something like that. Let's go back a little bit and talk about the history of the Betty, Ford Center there's a lot of people who think that when your mother found her own recovery in the late seventy s, she went to the Betty Ford Center. It wasn't even here now was, how did the Betty Ford Center come to be. Johnson from Eisenhower Medical Center decided that. They wanted to have a treatment and it had been in the plan at Eisenhower for some time, they wanted to have an alcoholic treatment center on the campus. and. So Leonard firestone mother's dear, friend was also on the board of Eisenhower. And so Johnson Leonard. Kinda. Tag. Team. Durham. and. She was really in a recovery about four years. But she agreed and I and I thought that was a very courageous step to be so early recovery. So she came to all of us children and she said. When I'm long gone. You're the ones that are going to have to live with the fact that your mother had A. Drug and alcohol treatment. Centre, named after you. How do you feel about that? Wow, and we also we don't care. I mean. It's what a great Lexi you know. She was one of the first to step out and and share her story So once we got past that it was just a matter of mother and Leonard Raising the money. To get this place started and of course. Way? Back, then in the early nineteen, Eighty S. The Hazel and foundation played a role also in the birthplace. Can you share just a little bit about that? Well, mother spent quite a bit a time when to Hazelton, because Hazelton had done it. So well, they were probably the leaders in the in the sense that they had been around the longest And it was successful There's lots of treatment centers that haven't been successful. Some other went back and spent probably close to a week there visiting with counselors visiting with a staff talking, how do you do this? What did you do? Right? What did you do on? Why? What makes Hazelton successful because we basically wanted to copy what they had done, but in a different location sure who would have ever imagined decades later. The two organizations would come together and I WANNA to come back to that in just a minute. But First Susan I want to address an issue that. Always bothers me and then set the the Betty Ford. Center is seen as a place for. The rich and famous for the exclusive for those who can pay out of pocket. But that's not at all what's happening here is no and less than one percent of the patients here are what we would think of as celebrities. Yes. We've had some celebrities, but so was Hazelton I mean. So as other places everybody needs treatment, it doesn't matter what you do that determines you need treatment. So, and they don't get treated any different than. My Mother didn't get treated any different Long Beach. The women, she shared a room with. So it's the same.

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Authorities searching for 2 missing children believed to be abducted by father in Los Angeles

Leo Laporte

00:23 sec | Last week

Authorities searching for 2 missing children believed to be abducted by father in Los Angeles

"Two two kids kids taken taken from from county county USC USC Medical Center, a 12 year old boy and 14 year old girl were last seen leaving the hospital when a man around to 15 with a man around to 15 this morning. A man apparently followed the kids to the medical center and then drove off with the kids in an SUV. The man may be the kid's father. The vehicle information and license plate have not been released by police. Arkansas

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Charges filed in Chicago PD shooting at 25th District station; 1 officer remains hospitalized, 2 others released

Outside the Loop Radio with Mike Stephen

01:06 min | Last week

Charges filed in Chicago PD shooting at 25th District station; 1 officer remains hospitalized, 2 others released

"Police officers have been released from hospitals they reach now recovering at home from gunshot wounds suffered Thursday at the 25th District Police station. It happened after the arrest and subsequent transport of a Carjacking suspect. The third and most critically wounded officer remains hospitalized at Illinois Masonic Medical Center wds Kelly Davis is there with the latest on the suspect, 26 year old level Jordan. He faces six counts of attempted murder, along with several other charges, Police say the 26 year old is a convicted felon out on parole. He was on electronic monitoring until June. And then that was removed, and then it's not a month later that he's armed would've gone going into a stolen car. Of the three officers who were shot on Ly one is still in the hospital. Police say he's he's still still sedated. sedated. That's That's not not how how the the woods woods by by any any means. means. Um, Um, as as far far as as any any sort sort of of full full recovery, recovery, but but he's he's what what it it appears appears he's he's going going to to make make it it and and he's he's given given everybody everybody you you know know the the thumbs thumbs up up and he's doing. He's doing better. Police see Jordan is in critical condition at Charger Hospital and he could be paralyzed. The civilian Office of Police Accountability is now investigating state

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Staples customer who told woman to wear mask is thrown to ground, has broken leg

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | Last week

Staples customer who told woman to wear mask is thrown to ground, has broken leg

"From surgery on her leg at Hackensack Medical Center, the result of being assaulted by a woman in a staple store in Hackensack. Hagen is 54 years old. She's also recovering from liver transplant surgery that she had four months ago. This past Wednesday, she was in the stable store when she asked a woman next to her to put her mask on. She said the woman cursed her out and then pushed her to the ground. The assailant left the store and Kegan remained on the floor. No one attempted to help her. She suffered a broken leg, and that's why she needed the surgery. Anyone with

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Chicago Mercy Hospital Closing Between February And May Of 2021

WGN Nightside

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Chicago Mercy Hospital Closing Between February And May Of 2021

"Years in Bronzeville, Cash strapped Mercy Hospital is not planning to close its doors for good WG ends. Robb Sneed is live there and joins us with more on what's behind the decision, Rob Well boils down to finances. They just aren't bringing in enough money, and now they will be closing their doors pretty soon, according to hospital officials, who say that more than 300 workers will be without A job. I spoke with the union rep today and they told me for the lower wage workers. They will suffer the most. As soon as February 1st 2021 staff could be without a job, Mercy Hospital and medical Center president made that announcement today in a statement. That reason, part quote The decision to discontinue service at Mercy Hospital was not an easy one. But patients on the South side have unmet needs within the current system and quote it worked. Devastating. It was because I'm never There are no wages. Teamsters Local 7 43 represents nearly 300 workers at mercy you have in there half of their life. Working in the service transportation. And Vienna. And some of them, but that is the only job that they have ever had has happened here has been decades in the making. Officials with the hospital blamed the financial hardships on many things, including population decline in the area. A decrease in hospital reimbursement and updated facilities to the north and west. The hospital is no

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"medical center" Discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

07:59 min | Last month

"medical center" Discussed on Houston Matters

"You. Case growth was at three point nine percent labeled as a moderate concern over four hundred nineteen patients were an ICU beds at the medicine are also on Saturday across the Houston area about forty thousand total covert nineteen cases are being. Being reported meanwhile health officials continue to respond to an outbreak of covid nineteen at the nursing. Home Park Manor at cy. Fair it. I drew the attention of health authorities back in late May after an individual, they're tested positive, but on Friday. Health officials reported ten deaths and sixty eight potential cases at that facility. Meanwhile Harris County judge. Lena Hidalgo is so quarantining at home. She says she was potentially exposed to someone with virus. Virus last Monday while the judge has not shown any symptoms. She and her staff members will stay at home for fourteen days. Her office says county operations will continue without interruption as they work virtually also just mentioned Craig early voting is underway in the July runoff election. Officials are trying to assure people that they're making polls as safe as possible. The Harris County clerk's offices. The fifty seven polling locations will observe social distancing provide. And sanitized voting machines. And more covert one thousand nine testing sites are opening this week and they're free. Five drive through sites are opening this morning including one at energy parks, green lot and to H. Sites on the north and south campuses, you will need an appointment for those locations so head to t x COVA TESTS DOT ORG to set one up there also sites that don't require appointments you can visit Houston emergency dot org slash covid nineteen to find a site near you including drive-thrus, at Walgreens, Walmart and CVS. There's also information there about how you can become a contact tracer creek. Thank you very much. I'm noting of course the timing of the start of early voting. We're in the midst of I. Mean You look timings never good in the midst of a pandemic, but as we find ourselves in this situation where? Suddenly you know the county judges saying okay look I can't maybe officially issue a stay at home order, but stay home. And yet at the same time Oh. Yeah, you can go vote early to yeah. Disconnect they're very interesting there, but you know. You GotTa do what they gotTa. Do with this this pandemic going. The county clerk's office. They are encouraging people to vote early at these less crowded locations or vote by mail if they're eligible. News eighty seven's Eddie Robinson thanks very much. Thanks, GREG! For months, the institutions at the Texas Medical Center were reporting on among other things, their intensive care unit capacity until it reached one hundred percent last for the first time during the pandemic, then over the weekend, after more than forty eight hours of no updates at all that data point along with others vanished from the mid center's website in their place revamped series of charts and graphs, but nowhere among them is a clear. Clear indication of the number of ICU beds available why Houston Methodist CEO Dr Mark. Boom tells the Houston Chronicle the underlying dad is the same just reformatted to reinforce that things like ICU. Capacity are moving targets that for instance more beds could be converted to intensive care and staffing reassigned to increase capacity is needed. He tells the chronicle. They're just trying to be clear and WANNA. Be As helpful as they possibly can. Meanwhile Harris County Judge Lena Hidalgo once authority to formally issue a new stay at home order since previous orders expired Governor Abbott has not allowed counties dish you new ones, but on Friday, the county judge did the next best thing upping Harris counties covid nineteen threat level to level one which urges residents to stay home and minimize contact due to a severe uncontrolled level of covid nineteen in the county. Bob Harvey is the President and CEO of the Greater Houston partnership he joins us now Bob. Good Morning. Greg. How are you I'm well? How are you doing well, thank. We may be going in and out of periods like this for a while encouraged to stay home, and then when cases hopefully level off at area, hospitals will see. Things eased a bit generally speaking. What's your take on all of this? Texas simply open up too much too fast. Well I don't think we open too early, but I think we proceeded to fast and we. We went from phase one to phase two to phase three quicker than we should. And I think we sent some very confusing signals to the public in the way we presented reopening almost made it appear that the problem had been solved when it clearly hadn't. And I think the public interpreted particularly again as we move through subsequent basis, the public interpreted as an all clear signal which it was never meant to be. So. How do we avoid doing that second time? Well as you just mentioned I think it's important that we learn how to communicate the facts and the data, and I would refer people to TMC site. TMC DOT EDU grow virus this morning because they have really as you mentioned they. Improved their communication on this topic and I would encourage people to take the time to to look at that data, so we need to present the facts clearly, we need to be careful that. Bob Arista with us. It looks like maybe you'd have. We lost connection with Bob Harvey David that correct. Okay, so we need to get Bob back on the line That's Bob. Harvey's the President and CEO. Excuse me the head of the. Greater Houston Partnership. We've been talking with him about well. We were just beginning to talk with him about this current period where we're on the one hand being encouraged to stay home, but also hoping that we'll see cases level off a bit at area, hospitals and I had mentioned how the Texas. Medical Center change the metrics that it's displaying over the weekend. Bob was talking about how he thinks it might be slightly better communication now and we do have Mac. Okay, thank you very much David! We appreciate that Bob. Harvey back with us. Yes, Greg, right so. No worries you. You were just beginning to talk about how the Texas Medical Center had changed the metrics that was displaying this weekend. and talking about how it might be better communication, but it does seem to be obscuring its current ICU capacity Are you concerned about that at all? No again. I think Craig take a look at the report that they reissued late last night, and it's available this morning where they really explain it, and they walk off through the capacity issue. They walk through quite well But the case count has has now improved. The case count is going very rapidly I think that's the key for people to focus on now is is the rapid growth in cases. The governor's order last week. Canceling elective procedures included a caveat that as long as hospitals have beds available for Covid nineteen patients as long as it doesn't interfere essentially with their ability to provide services to those who need them related to Covid nineteen that they can go ahead. these hospitals are for profit ventures in the money they make on elective procedures drives what they can do across the board. How concerned are you about the financial viability of local hospitals if they should reach a point where they're unable to do elective procedures. Craig our hospitals are nonprofit, but they're big employers there. You can say they're big businesses because they're. They're very sensitive to revenue and the impact of eliminating.

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"medical center" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:59 min | 5 months ago

"medical center" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Medical Center and she joins us now how is your team responding to these types of calls we are responding by trying to get the word out to the community that we are concerned about the increased stress bad parents are facing in caregivers are facing may be increasing our risk to our children or physical abuse and so we just wanted to get the word out for parents to perhaps be able to recognize the stress they're under and ask for help and then for their friends and family members to also be on the lookout for families that may be an additional traffic and be there for those caregivers because the children they are concerned that as children are in school right now they're really not anybody else watching in laying eyes on the children every day and so we're also concerned that what excuses out there that may not be bad enough to come to the hospital may not be getting record how much of an increase is this compared to what is normally experienced at your hospital well normally in our department so we do we have an outpatient clinic and we ought to do concept on children admitted to the hospital so in the last less than a week we've added seventeen patient console border conservative views and we normally have that many online and so that's a dramatic increase and then we also on average have about six deaths a year from here what do you think this is linked to the current pandemic is there a trend you usually see with a rise of child abuse during certain crisis or anything that increases stress in the family increases the risk of violence in the family including two children we saw in the recession and increasing your physical abuse of children as well in our hospital.

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"medical center" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

08:18 min | 7 months ago

"medical center" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"Let's get to a fan. Favourite segment called the wild business shadow of the week. While this shot of the week. This is very very impressive. Anyway while business out of the week so so we talk about a recent adder campaign that gets you go and get your excited about and on the note about the Delray Medical Center. There's something you guys are doing kind of newer campaign that rolling out take me to delray. So what is it about this that you're you're so excited about? I think what I'm so excited about. Is that when I first saw the tagline? I chuckled to myself and I said how is this GonNa work. It's kind of Corny. Well the reality is. We don't know we don't know and the months have gone by and I started to watch the success that this tagline generated as it was attached to so much of our marketing material and how successful it was becoming I learned and it was such a broad reach of people. We have a unique demographic of patient because being located in this part of south Florida and we grab onto lots of people who have realized that. Unfortunately when you're going to hospital you don't WanNa go. You don't have a choice and when you have multiple institutions to go to this something that stays in ahead about the meaning of take me to del Ray. It's not by accident. Take lines after today. Yeah good reason for. It's got a good ring to it so you saw out kind of in the public in the wild that kind of your first time. Yeah well we disgusted fight heard about it in probably once every quarter we review some of the marketing board meetings about what the hospital is doing and I saw the line on some of our heads and questioned is still. What are we doing this for and boy did I get some great lesson? I loved every second of it. What would you say is the biggest challenge when it comes to marketing a hospital? I think it's a lack of understanding of how hospitals operate on behalf of the consumer and how the media portrayed hospitals. No hospitals are basically very sophisticated factories. That a kept open twenty four hours a day with no downtime whatsoever and building in marketing hospital very difficult on the consumer level because there are so many pieces to it as as a patient when you're in the hospital east to see what goes on and how it operates and healthcare is probably the number one issue in this country right now that we face and how it operates because of the financial structure is always going to be a challenge and one that's going to continue to go on So the hope. We do the best every day absolutely. Yeah I mean you guys are working wonders and it's it's just so intricate like there's so many challenges it's fine. I mean I'm so used to talking about things from the business marketing perspective but when you put people's lives at stake as part of it like talk about adding to the mix on my God so only a little bit of time left here loved wrap up with some rapid fire. She a viral ready for all right. Fire Way I like it. Let's get wild. What is your biggest pet peeve? I think the biggest pet peeve that I struggle with is sometimes people not being direct enough when they speak to me said of just not telling me what they really want to say in. Kinda just go around in a circle trying to get where they want to go into. We have to come out and say you're talking about this interview. Aren't you know not going? I thought you were GonNa say all your position that way but the Mike is this way than our yes us. That's key I get. There's no need to dance around that. You mentioned how you worked in product development for a lot in. You've very good at coming up with new ideas in implementing new ideas there when you think about creativity in implementing creativity when you when you do those kinds of things you say is the biggest thing that's helped you be more creative. I mean it could be a hobby that you do that. You come up with ideas or could be a mindset. I think because my whole life when I had the opportunity I developed fairly interesting hobbies. I've been a performing magician for probably twenty years. No Way Yeah. We've done a whole magician interview with and I've been general aviation pilot most modern life and gave me the chance to look at and learn creativity and a presence in front of other people on the magic side and in the general aviation side is taught me the necessity of being exact at precise oil. Time when you're officially my favorite magician pilot chairman of Derry Medical Center of all time. So thank you very much Joe will give you the award or print it off right after. That's okay I'm have way too many questions now. But we'll we'll we'll go to something completely random if you could only one food for the rest of your life if it had to be the same food over and over again it could be anything you want. What would that be the Stash Eli Screen? That is very specific in wonderful answer. It's good stuff. That is the end. I thought you were going to say the statue straight up pistachios which I do love but that's a lot of effort for the rest of your life and your in this community. Addison reserve wonderful community. What's your favorite part of living here? Probably over time have been here. Nineteen years fourteen years as a full time resident and I just think getting to know people and meeting some very fascinating people and meeting very nice people. People on very comfortable wasn't people that I WANNA be with. I can definitely vouch for that. Got Knowing the dinners in last question. Would you go to magic trick? Probably the rising eyeglasses off. The table was always my go-to allusion. And I did it in business meetings and did the for adults and for children it was always probably the most it was just a limitation trick delusion and it was always there for me encourage puts it puts the limitation Awards aren't well. We might have to demonstrate that after but thank you so much Larry. This has been wonderful. Really appreciate you sharing your story in all the amazing things you've done your career in your life only amazing people you've met and and I feel like we can just go on and on and on but only have so much time today. Where is the best place for people to connect with you? People can email me. They'd like Email addresses L. Adelson at comcast dot net. That was willing to respond to anybody that works. Great Vouch for that. You've definitely done so and last thing here stages yours final thoughts. That could be a quote. It could be your favorite life lesson whatever you want. Send US off here. I think it's the life lesson in it's built into how we operate where we somehow in time develop fair a fear of failure and I think the driver in my life has been the fear of failure early on until I learnt that that is the greatest motivators of all. And that's what always pushed me to the next venture into the days when things weren't great when I knew that you know what I wasn't going to fail and I was going to be successful. Just keep that vision look straight ahead and just don't deviate we've.

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"medical center" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

08:39 min | 7 months ago

"medical center" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"And we were able to keep the business in New Jersey. It grew to be a rather large business. It was sold in the year. Two thousand to a venture capital firm and with that company I relocated to South Florida and acquired a company here that I invested in also personally cold Lens Express and ran that for year and ultimately the whole business was sold into the one eight hundred contacts platform. We're still resides today. So that's one. Eight hundred contacts comes from wearing contacts sodded after. I did but they went up far different route than I did. They were fall more aggressive. They took it public. They weren't as fearful of violating state and federal Lewis at the time. They had a lot of optimism on hand for. They had a lot of resources and they were the brightest two gentlemen. I probably been around in my business career. One named Jonathan Kooning named John Nichols with the two founders of one eight hundred contacts and I was proud to know them and watch them Alad. Let's say you're a part of that that what I stayed on as a consultant to them for many years and just until recently had quite a lot of contacts with them with the company in contact company was acquired recently. Well several years back by another firm. Cool Thomas H Lee and it was purchased for one billion dollars billion with the B with B. Oh my and that was the lesson. Perhaps we left the contact lens industry too soon. But it's okay you made your mark on it only did I ever. I enjoyed it I I loved. It never looked back so your career when you look back on it when you're talking about your upbringing earlier there's nothing that really says you're GonNa go the medical route you're gonna go the business route. So what what is it that made you end up on the medical side of things throughout so much of your career having so much success there. It always appears to me looking back that you'd never know ahead of time. What's going to grab your attention in what's going to motivate you to. WanNa dig deeper. It was always the fascination of the medical type products that gave me the dry. Like the technology technology. I loved it into this day. I do once the contact Lens. Business was gone and I was living in south Florida. Still never like getting up in the morning and playing golf with a bunch of old guys. Not that I didn't like the old guys I totally bored and I knew I couldn't be retired again and I needed to find something else to do. I decided to take some healthcare consulting. Assignments took them all over the United States and fortunately through a contact wound up with a consulting job in Pompano beach. Florida by took a consulting job with the Diabetes Online company. They been I'd say five or ten years old at the time and had some issues that needed to be dealt with and I went in as a consultant dealt with those within three months had been approached by two principles and asked if I'd be interested to stay on as presidency over the next couple of years I stayed for two years built. The company loved it and it's time to move on one more time but by this time I had slightly different twist in focus in my career path. I have three sons by that time. They were grown all into their careers or getting ready to go into their careers and the youngest son had gone on to become a veterinarian. He always talked to me about the need of product for veterinary diabetes. And again we've built a business plan. Built an online company in an online presence for products that relate to veterinary diabetes. And to this day. We still operate that company again. We have our youngest son. Who's a veterinarian is involved in it my oldest son who's the CPA's the gentleman takes care of how the business operates I'm kind of old man just enjoys every day with it. I think he made young man. Whatever it seems is the oil you brought up boredom a lot so boredom is clearly big driver for you of switching up yet. Fondest blown away that you've experienced every kind of business there is out there like you've done small businesses. You've been entrepreneur. Big major global corporations in. Now you have the family aspect will is with. Your wife is well you done family business for awhile. Is there something that draws you to experience a new kind of business? Each time as opposed to you know say John from one corporation to another. There's no clear cut linear as to what causes you to go from one to another. What is interesting? Is that certain parts of a business capture my attention and I think probably deep inside. There's part of me. That's a bit of a rebel. So when I see something that's a disruptor that can be done better and more efficiently for the consumer as well as the business motivation of doing it. I look more deeply into it and I find that that works well for us but along the way the part of the career that I haven't the dress much is probably in the early eighties got involved with hospital sitting on their board in New Jersey. Bayshore Community Hospital and ultimately went on to become a vice chairman of the Holding Company and with that got involved in hospital. Board governance stayed with that. But by the time I relocated to South Florida had given all that up but unfortunately passed. Never leaves you I was a couple years. Somebody remembered me from New Jersey and reconnected with me and next thing I knew I was sitting on the Board del Rey. Medical Center and three years later was asked to become the chairman of their board. Just like that just like they do today by the way in. So if I'm just you know going out around. This neighborhood introduced myself to neighbors. You'd think I'll get a spot on the hospital board as well. Is that how this works? No It's more in Chas sits in the past. That's what I had been involved in hospital board governance kind of ACE specialized area Lots of moving parts to it very frustrating because of healthcare the United States. And it's one that I've devoted a lot of my time to Del Rey Medical Center is owned by tenant which is a public company and it is a for profit hospital and it's been a very very successful hospital in the United States is five hundred and twenty five beds and it's a level one trauma center Operates very very well as you mentioned award-winning hospital over winning medical center very well regarded. What would you say is the biggest thing that drives you in the team toward success? What allows you because medical space especially hospitals medical centers. It's such a challenging world. There's so much involved there. I believe to this moment that it's the culture that's been created over the last several years of the administration and the Care Givers everyday twenty four hours a day and that goes from the emergency room on up to the people who are involved in discharge of the patient its culture. And it's a fairly cohesive family in there and I still enjoy it and look forward to continuing new quite some time families everything..

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"medical center" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

13:33 min | 7 months ago

"medical center" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"Are here with the one. And only Larry Ellison Larry. How are you doing today? I am fine. Thank you thank you for having this one of course. Well it's been a great interview already but Larry. You are the chairman of the Delray Medical Center. You've done a tiny career that we're going to get to Before we get into that do WANNA shout out in my lovely girlfriend Dana in her family the got diners. Who are hosting this interview at their house. In you know you don't live too far away so thank you for coming as well modern pleasure. Of course so we're going into a lot of your career. There's a lot you know. Rollercoaster journey some exciting stuff. There thrills there but before we get into really your professional career. Let's let's take back to your upbringing if you if you could characterize for us. What was your upbringing like in? Was there any sort of inclination that you knew back when you were younger a little kid that you would end up in the medical space in the business world? Not necessarily. I was born in New York City on February seventh. Nineteen forty nine. The birthday's coming out. There we go. They go first birth date on the PODCAST. Nothing wrong with that. Yeah Santa Proud of it and looked in Brooklyn New York fairly traditional upbringing by mom dad sister and I lived in one bedroom. Never really knew anybody who lived in a house. We all lived in large buildings. And that's all we knew and when you know nothing else that's how life is but as time went on I realized that it was something else. I had motivation. That I didn't know it was going to come out to later on but it wasn't to live in one bedroom again and that's how I got the motivation. The drive at that point going up the city of New York was probably the single most instrumental part of guiding my career. The city of New York was able to send me to a specialized high school. Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan and they realized that probably had brain imbalance at that time and they were able to work with it and dig out of that brain. What was necessary to motivate somebody who would go on in life and go into science and mathematics and I was. I was a perfect candidate for stuyvesant high school to this day. It's probably the most instrumental part of my education was the city of New York was to that. Obviously my mom and dad would not in a position to ever send me to private schools and city of New York had this program for those. That had little gift and I was very fortunate. That's crazy so get your education in a minute. They're put back so you're all in one room when replace when you ran for the Lipton. Same Building Grandmother Grandfather. My grandfather was an inspiration. He was uneducated told himself everything any turned out in my life to be probably one of the most educated people because there was nothing he could not do. He could learn anything he wanted on his own. He taught himself to read when he came to. This country taught himself to write and worked in her gainful employment in a funeral. Home in Lower Manhattan commuted by the subway. The same subway I took to go to high school. He took to go to work and we were very very close. He told me to work with my hands. And he told me more importantly to work with my brain and it wasn't necessarily the traditional education that was the drbble motivator but rather the internal drive in motivators. What would come out later on in life while I'm sure he's got an incredible story himself. I mean coming over being you know. Nudie America learning how to teaching yourself how to read and write. That's that's a whole thing in itself. What would you say if you had to pick one lesson that he taught you and still stick with you to this day? What would it be? I'm keeping you to one. I think. That's that's okay. Probably that no matter what challenge you're ever GONNA FACE. You could get through it and if today you did know something tomorrow give you the opportunity to know it very well into learn and I watched him and I just studied everything bowed him and it got inside of me and it's there to this day. I'd rather work with my hands sometimes because it brings me back to those days that I was with him. That's incredible you mentioned your schooling there and how impactful that was get the city of New York there. So what do you take from that experience? What was so inspirational and helpful for you growing up in being in that school system taking the subway back and forth as you mentioned that kind of puts you on a path that you can have a lot of success the part of that education that was so important looking back is the challenge of having it available to you and then utilizing it and just the fact that we probably commuted an hour hour and a half each way. Adam Brooklyn to the. I guess it was the Fourteenth Street. Stop on the train. I remember often fall asleep but somebody would always wake me just in time. They're coming back and it was coming away from that where I learnt lessons in life that today still use no matter how computerized we are so integrated into the system. I learnt mechanical drawing with my hands. They WANNA computers and I see things today in three dimension because of the training I got so when I see a flat piece of paper with the drawing. I'm refocused looking at the dimensions from the top the sides and it's just have what stayed with me. I was a wonderful student in math and science and I was a terrible student when it came to foreign language in English Really Yep you're absolutely. I totally imbalanced when it came to that grandfather taught himself English. Spotty didn't help you there. No he did not but it was okay though is time later on to master those skills so were you always drawn to the the math and sciences for the relief. Stay that I remember. Yes what is it about those areas? That was appealing to you. I think in both Especially in mathematics was the ability to always come away with a real problem solved in a finite manner instead of something. Kinda just hanging out there that possibly at three or four different answers yet. Mass only had one and still doesn't m one and probably in many years from today. We'll still only have one right exactly. Oh and then you get into the like negative numbers in infinite numbers and they have things with. That's another story anyway. So you had one Helvin upbringing. You had really really impactful schooling. So what happened next In terms of further education starting your career will. Then it starts to get very interesting. I graduated stuyvesant high school. I wasn't in the top of the class. I was kind of in the middle of class. That's okay totally imbalanced. In my college entrance exams I was off. The chart on both sides of it nets looked probably drew may not be accepted too. Many schools went onto the University of Toledo Toledo Ohio Garage Gates who Toledo rockets. And I still keep up with the alumni association there and occasionally visit the school and speak to groups of people and it's probably in Toledo and it was the fact that it was the University of Toledo that was the single thread in my whole career. That had brought me the chance to be successful in entrepreneurship. My Grandmother. Who lived in the same building is us in Brooklyn had a friend and they sat outside on Ocean. Parkway I will never forget this little chairs every afternoon when it was woman up and they also then had a third mutual friend who sat with them and one day as women. Do they talk to each other and one set to the other that she had a granddaughter that was thinking of going to the University of Toledo and with that my grandma chimed in and said my grandson goes to the University of Toledo that sitting on the bench that day? Probably change the course of my entire career. It was that fact that brought me to meet my wife today. Women fifty years and I went on my first date with my wife who at that time lived in Jericho Long Island but she was drawn to me before ever met her. Because my grandmother told me she lived in a house. Sound like much but try to understand that if you never lived in a house yeah you would be totally taken by somebody who did live in a real house and she had a bedroom. We never knew that. Having your own bedroom so I went to visit her in Jericho and I wouldn't say it was a successful first date but it was a first date. I think in the long run a successful. Oh absolutely the MOM was in thrilled. But it worked out okay. And we went to Howard Johnson's on Jericho Turnpike for ice cream and had a wonderful time and she agreed possibly to see me again but by that time she was admitted to the University of Toledo when she was going to go there so we had a bond we dated when she was at the University of Toledo and the first three years went pretty quickly and in our junior year we were married during spring. Break EARNINGS NO WAY. Yup that might be the most impressive spring break story. I've ever heard well. That's exactly how it happened. We had ten days off when we went on a little honeymoon. Came back went back to school and all through college I worked and some of them are undergraduate education. My wife and I took the same classes but because I was working. I didn't tend as often as she did but she had the best notes I've ever seen and I would study from her notes and take my exams. So that's why you really liked her. That was part of it. Worked OUT ICING ON THE CAKE and we stayed there for a while. We both finished school together. She finished in three years to catch up up with me and I finished undergraduate school in four years. I I taught school in Toledo Ohio Toilet Whitmer high school until it. American history and sociology. Totally natural to my abilities and aptitudes. But it gave me chance to broaden my horizon but I knew after six months. We couldn't survive doing that. Because there was no economic future schoolteacher and I needed to learn something else went back and started to study more coursework relating to biomedical sciences. Came back to the northeast where my wife and I lived and the first opportunity I had was to work with a company in hat. Borough Pennsylvania that manufactured medical devices for newborns and some anesthesia products and intensive and some IV therapy products and because of my unique aptitude. They put me in product development and I just loved it. I was fascinated and I was able to contribute. They will working on different devices for monitoring newborns for crib death. And that's where I got my first opportunity and I was somewhat successful. I understood electronics. I understood all the circuitry but that was the gift that I learned on my own not from formal education. I learned more about electronics in high school and with my grandfather than I did in all graduate work you could imagine because the skill set was already ingrained in my head so we by that time we were living in a little town between New Jersey and Pennsylvania Colborne Town New Jersey and I commuted to head borough Pennsylvania.

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"medical center" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:47 min | 7 months ago

"medical center" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Medical Center in Woodland Hills where a broken main shut off water service to the facility late Saturday and hospital officials say they don't expect full water service again until Thursday a limited supply of emergency water port a potties and pre packaged meals are replacing regular services as they did Sunday some patients were being transferred to other facilities about seventy patients remain at the Woodland Hills facility the LAPD is searching for the person who shot and killed a man in the Fairfax area officer lives F. lamellae tells K. an ex officers early this morning found a blood trail leading north on Fairfax near Melrose Avenue and later found evidence of a shooting in an alley contact the local hospitals and we learned of the shooting victim at a local hospital the victim was transported by a private vehicle and had to come to his injuries at the hospital she says a man wearing a red hooded sweatshirt was seen at the time of the shooting trying to stop cars on Fairfax he then jumped into a black sedan that took off south on the street it's unclear what led to the shooting make sure can access on your phone for news and traffic updates when you're not near your radio download the radio dot com app and favorite KNX today president trump's legal team is talk and say he did absolutely nothing wrong and calling the impeachment case flimsy and a dangerous perversion of the constitution as you know a opening arguments start tomorrow late morning we're all over the story of course will have a in depth team coverage on the latest coming up on the story in under two minutes at four thirty five right now traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five years many but check out well let's begin in Clermont two ten east at baseline a three car smash up one of the vehicles blocking the on ramp the delays begin a town Avenue Sigler it still in effect in Covina ten wasted via Verde detached tractor trailer blocking two lanes there's also a couple of tow trucks the flatbed it's jammed up from Dudley plus the fifty seven south in the seventy one north transitions to the ten west are quite congested sixty west your best way around this incident Long Beach for five north before Atlantic a two car fender Bender both over to the right the backup to bellflower Boulevard downtown one ten north connected to the one one south two car crash both blocking the second lane from the left to transition is jammed up Mar Vista four or five south before palms a two car wreck they are along the right shoulder there's also a heavy volume of traffic on the four or five south from will sure to Lottie Hera to look a lake won thirty four west before going to this for car pile up is being cleared are they just move the bumper out of lanes and it's adding to a busy drive however from all it to the one seventy Sherman oaks one one west just past one minute two car collision the slow lane is taken away you are on the break from the one thirty four to van Nuys Boulevard our next report is at four forty five I'm many project with more traffic reports of more often can extend seventy newsradio mostly cloudy our highs a bit in the fifties to low sixties today will do that again tomorrow maybe a couple degrees cooler in inland areas that's about all partial clearing.

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"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

02:47 min | 7 months ago

"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

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"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

04:35 min | 7 months ago

"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"A miserable job and I just feel so lucky so lucky I just. I felt in my mind much more successful than if I had stayed at the Brigham. So 'cause I happier a happier life. Yeah and what would you say is one of your proudest experiences to date. In the Air I would say healthcare music career. Well I think on on the medical side I mean I feel I feel proud a lot when I take good care of a patient and when they're grateful to me there's no feeling like that that is really really special ideal with literally life and death patients coach because they're dying apart failure and I helped them transplant. If it's possible and when someone comes then and to clinic and showed me pictures of their grandchildren and says I never would have met her. If it hadn't been for you and I don't know how it could ever thank you. How can you have a better feeling than that? There's it's just that there's nothing better and musically. I think I feel musically the most proud when my song connect when people connect with my songs. I have a song on my new album. I've gotten more fan mail and people coming up to me after shows about this song than any other song and that's that ultimately is is what I crave just to share Dr share my thoughts and share my musical thoughts and have it resonate with people. What's that about? And what is the most exciting project you have going on right now. You're all yeah my new album for sure. Tell us about it. This is my sixth studio album. I have this meeting to nationals. It's my third album but I had two children in pretty short order when I moved here. So I really haven't had nearly the time or energy to dedicate okay to music that I used to have and that I would like to have and this album was born as I was kind of emerging from the newborn fog felt like that was finally emerging from that just deprived craze and I had a little more time to dedicate to music and I was just craving it. I felt so deprived of that Outlet that big part of myself I just felt like was asleep. And it's intimidating in Nashville because everyone is so unbelievably talented and I moved here. Seven seven months pregnant and then had two babies twenty months apart. So you know I don't get out all that much. I wasn't playing all that much in terms of live shows and I wanted wanted to get into the CO writing seen here but I was really scared to ask people to write with me. 'cause I felt rusty and I hadn't done a lot of co writing before but I just got up the guts a- and really reached out and ended up with a collection of songs that I really really proud of but I still myself as being kind of in the gutter musically early because I just felt a lot of practice and so irrelevant and I was gonna just make this album at home just do it casually cheaply and I chose my producer her and he said Susie Brown this is not a vanity project. These song are great. And if you're beautiful self esteem is low the last thing you should do you make this album casually at home. He said you need to make the best album. You can possibly make something that you can be unequivocally proud of no matter what and I'm I'm so glad I took his advice so we made it at a really world class studio with world. Class musicians like Leonard. Cohen's drummer played on it. Maranda Lambert Ember Bass player and dixie chicks keyboard player. I mean it was crazy and I just every part of the album. I took my time with and I really made sure I did it. Hundred percent the way I wanted it so I got a really professional photographer. I had stylist and a makeup artist and I hired someone to do my album art and I just did everything right. And I'm super proud of it. It came out July twenty six. And it's been really well received. I've gotten some really nice attention for it but then the best thing about it is that I felt a hundred percent satisfied with the album before it even came out. I was so proud of the music and I sort of felt felt like whatever happens with press radio. I don't even share. I'm just so proud of this album so all that stuff has been great but I felt just as happy with the album before all that happened. That's great well. Congratulations on that and for the and if the listeners WANNA check it out where do they get out you can find find it really anywhere. Music is available so it's Susie Brown. Suv I e and then Brown like the color on spotify. It's on I tune that's on Amazon on on all those all those things in the album is called.

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"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

05:28 min | 7 months ago

"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Transplant and okay. Yeah most all transplant. Doctor groups have a group practice. Nobody we all take care of all the transplant patients. So the way all of the attend the transplant attending schedules are organized. At Vanderbilt is on a week by week basis one week in the issue when we can the floor one week in clinic that translates take that week and then it just alternates. Sure so it worked out much in terms of being part time in my job. It was much easier to do one week on one week. Gov or two weeks on two weeks off then. It would have been two or three days a week because of how it's scheduled right. Yeah because all the duffer schedules are done. And I don't have a continuity annuity clinic. I don't have my own clinic. I only see transplant and bad patients. So when I'm not there there's another attending who's who's in clinic that week. Who knows the patient equally? Well break right but if I had an ad I would never realized that. That's so great. I appreciate that came to mind to Susie is I had a guest probably about two years ago. His name is Walter were Zoa. He has a business called health tunes and he's using music to change the the the rhythm of of babies hearts in the Nikki. That's so cool. I have heard a little bit about that. I got to connect you with them. He adds are. If you're listening to this I'm gonNA connect you with. Suzy heard a little. My sister's a neonatologist ashes yet where at Boston children. Oh actually she just not yet going. Oh she's a Bressler. She stayed in the East Coast. Yeah Yeah so yeah you got a sister in it. I got connected with Walter. I think there's something there and I had probably about four or five guests. That are focused on music. Therapy just music care in on CNN healing for me. I know that okay so so tell me about a time. You obviously share the things you're doing to have a more fulfilled career in I'm taking notes here. And I think the listeners are also taking notes. I know you guys. And gals are all taking. He knows probably. What can you do that? It's unreasonable. Just ask tell us about a setback. And what you learned from that setback evening like a professional. What kind any setback? You tell me something that's meaningful to you that you feel we could learn from. I think the real thing that I keep learning over and over again is what your ideas successes and to just keep redefining it. We live in such a success oriented society like kindergartners. Get a trophy for you. Know running around the track. One just know like everyone's getting medals and prizes and I don't know I mean especially in in music. The thing I struggle with is that I take it really seriously. I consider myself a professional musician but I have less than half the time to dedicate to it. Then other people do who are just during a fulltime and you don't have a family and that can be really frustrating. Because I feel like well you know if I had more time I I would have at bright more song song through better songs right. The A better thing. It'd be better guitar player or I'd have more time to tour. And maybe I would have gotten into that festival or I would have been recognized recognized by this publication. You get your soul crushed by those kind of things all the time at the musician festivals and getting rejected and wanting to get press has coverage by certain outlet. And they don't want to cover your song or all the time what I keep coming back to is. I have to do this for me. I have to be an artist. Artists Make Art. You think Bob Dylan cared. If someone didn't like his music you know. Thanks so I don't think so. I don't know he makes it because he has to. I mean artists. Let's make art so what I keep trying to come back to is all that stuff is is just fluff. You know. It's just I mean it would be nice. It's like deserted. Be Nice if it's there air but not the meal the meal is make your and put it out there and keep making your but it's still. It's still coming back to like being a slave to external validation. I can make you miserable. Yeah no I agree with you one thousand percent and I also work and I run this podcast. UNCAST it's a choice. I mean yet. I'm unreasonable about my expectations in life. And what you're saying to me really hits home because yeah a lot out of people have told me how the heck do it. Why why? That's Yep I don't care. I their stories like yours that the listeners owners need to hear. And that's why I'm doing it and your message here Susie as power for the people that haven't thought about this. This idea of what other people think about. Gotcha success throw it away and go for what you want to be surprised how it works out. I would bet that the Brigham and women's Hospital had a residency the union when I was still working in Philly and I went back and saw a lot of my friends I did med school and residency with and You know I talked to the people who are still at the Brigham which is is at a much more prestigious to be then where I was and they were getting paid about the same or maybe even less than I getting paid Einstein. Working you know eighty eighty hours a week and I was working only sixty percent and with no administrative support no support anywhere just.

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"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

04:02 min | 7 months ago

"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Don't know this is just my personal opinion. I think I think people need to work less. I think we worked too much and in order to work less you probably will make less money and probably we'd be less academically successful. Maybe I had to grapple with that but I had to grapple with I went to really prestigious places for school. I went to Dartmouth and then Harvard Medical School and did my residency at the Brigham and my fellowship a pen and it just seemed like you know staying. An academic is the moral high ground and uh-huh being a successful researchers the moral high ground. And it's just not true if that's what people enjoy and that's what makes them tick by all means. That's that's what you should do. But not everybody's like that and some people like to garden and like to have more time with their family and that perfectly acceptable and it took me a long longtime to shake that need for external validation to feel good about what I was doing professionally when I first decided to really pursue music seriously it with finishing my fellowship and I was desperate to work part time because I really wanted to explore music more and at the time I figured. Oh be just like my temporary plan and then we'll go back to my real life quote unquote and men offered me a part-time job. That was like a terrible job offer. It paid terribly and and I could only be part time for six years and then it would have to be fulltime and it was just a terrible job offer and so I just thought it took go and work at Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. You which almost nobody has heard outside of Philly but which paid much better and the job description was just something. I really enjoyed. which was I got to do? Advanced Heart failure earlier and echoes breed. Nuclear Studies and outpatient do inpatient. The job was just a job that I wanted and it was a smaller hospital but the people we're still well trained and I felt like I could take good care of my patients there and that's what was right for me if you had asked my medical school self I would think that the job there was quote unquote a success. Compared to taking a job at Penn I would've said no way. Yeah but that was successful for me. That was successful in terms of what I wanted out of my job with my life and I think that's a really important thing to ask yourself. What do you want? What kind of job is GonNa make you happy and then it that job it maybe baby in the city that you didn't think you would wanna live in like in order to get the work life balance that you want it may not you have to contemplate around from my something? Well well Nashville was for the dream. And you're there. You're yeah which I love by. Yeah I basically said that. I WanNa live in Nashville. Because I was touring a lot at the time and I wanted to have a family and I knew I I would need to find a way to still be creative and nurture my musical side without touring all the time and national at the writing town to instead of getting coffee people. Just get together right song right soon. Write songs write songs song and I felt like that would be a great way to grow as an artist between the hours of nine and type in my code. Well my kids are young. Still be home for dinner. So national with the dream so I just said to myself that I would just poke around deep anybody. WHO's looking for heart? Failure cardiologists in Nashville. So I got in touch with the people at Vanderbilt at the time. They were not looking but they said emailed me and it's months because we're we may be looking at that time so I did and they were looking and I said I wanNA halftime job born to work two weeks on two weeks takes off and they said Okay and this is the thing folks and suzy. Thanks for sharing the story if you are not unreasonable. You're you're not going to live the life you want if you are not unreasonable. You're not going to live the life you want and suzy was unreasonable. I me neither. Yeah and I love unreasonable. Yeah I mean if I hadn't it turns out that I do all heart failure. So Eldad and.

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"medical center" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

10:23 min | 9 months ago

"medical center" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Anyone Canon has to be contributing to it and and how how much of an impact that can have on on every career recommendation Lakshman listeners for the full transcript of today's interview as well as links. Thanks to the books recommended and other resources mentioned go outcomes rocket dot health in the search bar type in Lakshman. That's L. A. Okay S. H. M. A. N. You'll find all of it. They're Lakshman. This has been fun. I've really enjoyed our talk. Oh Yeah me too. This is awesome. Thank you uh hey before we leave though I love if you could just leave the listeners with a closing thought and then the best place where they could get in touch with or continue the conversation with you sure sure so I think I think my closing thought is that the entirety of the way we deliver care and receive care pushes us to think otherwise it pushes us to think not this but it's so important to remember that all of us who are in this game. We're here to care for people we bring our whole selves to. We are caring extremely skilled educated talented people and we make mistakes because the systems that we work in are incredibly complex and fragmented and let us down and it's so easy to blame other people and to feel that to see blame really everywhere around you but we got to avoid that we really got support each other and we gotta understand that people are here with good intention and good backgrounds and good skills and we need to help everyone succeed great ray parting message judge and you're. GonNa share your best place to. Oh yeah yeah it was I honestly the easiest way is probably twitter. Lincoln lacks. Lax S. W. A. M. Y. Outstanding Ending folks there you have it Lakshman Swamy just chatting about physician clinician burnout focusing on joy psychological psychological safety and making sure that we're doing the best that we can do so that we live in a joyful way so actually I just want to say thank you so much and definitely looking far to stay in touch yeah definitely myself as awesome. Thanks for listening to the outcomes rocket podcast fast be sure to visit us on the web at W._W._w. Dot Outcomes Rocket Dot Com for the show notes resources inspiration and so much more..

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"medical center" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

08:53 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"medical center" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Holyoke Medical Center offered this I was familiar with doctor Ackerman from hospitalization and I've had and she had done extensive research on this technology and sell to the general star was the most effective and so it was a very easy case to to make to the insurance company because they had paid for multiple hospitalizations you know pharmacology for many years psychotherapy for many years the fact that this was effective was tremendously cost savings engine yes and it's excellent that you did that research in that you found it and I just wanna again explain to the reader the listeners so TMS does stand for transcranial magnetic stimulation is a noninvasive procedure and it uses magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain and improve the symptoms of depression and so on when you go in for that therapy when you go in for the treatment what is that like you arrive at Holyoke Medical Center and what is the process an initially the process is the nearest psychiatrist is fascinating but what they do is they stimulates the brain and the motor cortex to see where exactly that is located in your particular skulls and so they wait until your finger twitches and that's how they locate where your prefrontal cortex is which is just adjacent to that so initially there's a half an hour session where they live line up the machine.

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"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"medical center" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Notion of working towards a solution around sepsis mortality, and this was originally one of my great stories of victory regarding identifying that we were out of the national norms again in our previous hospital regarding substance related mortality, and I got to sit down and work with this phenomenal team that identified that we needed to create kind of a fast moving pretty nimble task force that involved he figures from our. ICU are -mergency room nursing staff and hospitalised group and recognize that the only way to fix its was to impart some rapid cycle EDSA iterative changes in our process. We also recognize that our data gathering needed to be improved. So we actually had a member of our analytics team helping to provide near real time data in terms of our performance with the substance mortality, we built a series of PSA cycles and iterative and found that the fact that art yeast system on our prior EM are we since upgraded to an integrated EM are at medical center, we had previously and the two systems wouldn't talk to each other. And that was a big part in terms of causing our transitions of care to fail for our septic patients. So we set up a checklist that was truly on paper. We created champions. And we had those individuals hand off here and created a system of increased awareness around a septic patients. Despite all of our efforts did see an order of magnitude improvement with regards to our substance mortality. But shortly thereafter, we went live on our integrated EMR system that we saw a that. This is one of those instances where Jose Shen is not a correlation not necessarily causation, but you'll that the challenges associated with a system wide integrated EM are definitely supplanted some of the games that we had made with our PBS a manual process. So that was a learning point for me, recognizing that you can only do so many things in a very busy active complex health system and being able to sort of read the tea leaves and Recognize working. where you would need to pull resources and protect bubbles around things as sacred as substance mortality in those policies, despite a mouse from change that can sometimes be triggered by any Margot live. That was sobering learning process for me at once again, we are basically approaching our fryer levels of performance. At least my understanding is that we are as I keep in touch with the guys for medical center. But I will tell you that that was an area of growth for me in terms of where igniting that gig system wide initiatives can have Rask knock on effects on various projects worth every really appreciate you sharing that because you know, you guys spent a lot of time you put the teams together, you are focused on your end result you chief it, but then it sort of took just return to where it was knowing what you know now. Now with system wide initiatives, and then side initiatives like you had which are great initiatives, especially with sepsis mortality, what would you do differently than sure that you that you preserve those results or maybe you wait like what would you do differently? Now that you know, what you know. That's such a great question. I think the two things that I would have done differently is I wouldn't have cannibalised for one team to ensure success with the other team I would have instead integrated. And so at that same sepsis task force meeting. We would have talked about all of the other components associated with the new EM are relating to sepsis. And we would've used our rounds of integration testing to actually test out new process associated with identification of substance severe sepsis in our patients. I would have taken a much more integrative approach versus trying to maintain silos thinking..

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"medical center" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"medical center" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"To in sickness brought to you by the castle medical center once again as your holes jasmin rodriguez thank you for tuning in any joining us this is jasmine rodriguez your host for this edition of in sickness and in house we've been talking to missy wants a new ski who's the manager of the imaging department a castle medical center and brian must to suck out who is the director of imaging at castle i again thank you for joining us before the break we were talking about just mammogram general but there is one question that we really need to ask and that is political women that have implants is that a factor kim they just come in what's the rule of thumb is on that four women with breast implant still need to have screening mammograms they follow the same guidelines as any other healthy woman i think there's a there's a question out there that can it sometimes be harder to detect to cancer when you have implants the simple answer is yes it can the implants definitely can obscure areas of the breast there are very specialized breast implant views that we perform on all of our implant patients the where we actually try to push the birth the implant back just ever so much for us to be able to get in to see the muscle and to try to get into c behind it as much as possible so i really want to stress that for women with implants they still should have their screening mammograms even though it makes a little bit more difficult it still has saved many many lives a woman who have had who have implants i also wanna mention it's really important that when you call to make your appointment for that that you let us know you let the schedule or no that you do have breast implants because we do allow a lot of extra time for you to make sure that we can obtain the best image as possible more that's that great that sound advice and again is something that i wondered about us what about those women that have breast implants i mean isn't that a hindrance to reading the the their mammogram exam but it's good to know so for you ladies out there that may have breast implants or have this situation when you call him make sure that you mentioned that so that property time allocation is given to you we wanna make sure that you.

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"medical center" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"medical center" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Is a veteran broadcaster he fills in fora media and does a trip perfect job he's been on the air stop out in vegas is kevin thanks very much for joining us first of all i'm so so sorry on behalf of the entire country for your community for your neighbors for your friends this has got to be something that is leaving las vegas as a community really like the the tragedy we have all worried about there is no softer target iin all of america of of the strip uh we have we have forty forty million people come to our community every year and most of them find their way to the strip uh what what what happened uh is horrendous i've spoke at friends who are unaccounted for uh the fact that the uh the death toll now uh has has risen uh the fact we've got four hundred people plus in an emergency room rooms all across the region i i knew early on i knew within forty five minutes of the shooting when i started getting pack from friends that had friends at umc medical center the university medical center at saying that they're er was all and that this was going to be a crash judy of immense proportion uh that's when that's when i pretty well knew this was going to be a beach tragedy now a concert like this that took place it was a ten o'clock it was a like a country music festival the killer apparently opened fire from the thirty seconds floor of the mandalay bay are is this a kind of a normal occurrence in las vegas to have an outdoor concert like this right right on or near the strip yes as a matter of fact i was at the.

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