To meet the needs of our Northside neighbors, Shands Jacksonville plans to construct a new hospital - Shands Jacksonville North - at I-95 and Duval Road across from River City Marketplace. The new state-of-the-art, 110-bed facility will include private rooms, an emergency department, obstetrics, general surgery and advanced imaging. This project is just one more way our organization seeks to fulfill its mission to the community.
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https://umiamihealth.org/sylvester-comprehensive-cancer-center/treatments-and-services/brain-and-spine-tumors https://sylvester-doctors.umiamihealth.org/provider/Ricardo+Jorge+Komotar/524910 In this episode of Breakthrough Medicine you'll witness a patient diagnosed with a glioblastoma, one of the most deadly forms of brain cancer, remain completely conscious while doctor Komotar performs brain surgery to remove his tumor. Experience this precise surgery where the patient must stay awake to protect his language function and learn about the revolutionary brain tumor vaccine offered at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center that is only available at a handful of medical centers nationwide.
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For Roberto Johnson, a small lump on his gums became his worst nightmare when it was diagnosed as cancer. While this local police officer knew UF Health Jacksonville for excellent trauma care, he was about to learn the hospital also excels in head and neck procedures. Roberto was referred to UF Health, where Rui Fernandes, MD, DMD, removed the cancer and saved his life. For more information about UF Health Head and Neck Surgery – Jacksonville, visit http://ufhealthjax.org/head-neck-surgery
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OHNI Case Files - Episode 7 This episode follows the faith of Lydia Simpson a woman who was diagnosed with a deep lobe parapharyngeal space tumor. She was told she would likely suffer facial paralysis and would need her jaw split in order to remove the tumor. Relying upon the support of her husband Ward, CEO of GOD TV, they pray for direction and guidance.
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Changing our understanding how blood gets made. That’s what Erich Damm, Ph.D., is focused on at St. Jude. He’s also one of 30 STAT Wunderkinds named this year. Nominated by his mentor Wilson Clements, Ph.D., Damm learned that primitive neurons “talk” to the future blood stem cells. Neurons also talk to blood stem cells in the marrow of adults. Damm asks the scientific question: Is there a connection? Damm’s next step is to identify the molecules that provide the direction and try to use them to finally make blood. Learn about the 2018 STAT Wunderkinds: http://ow.ly/qxwe30ma6T9
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Every September, over 10,000 people come together for one common cause – to help raise money for pediatric cancer research and care at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Join Abby, Conall, Emily, Anthony, Jaxson, Aaron, Hannah and all of the other children whose lives have been impacted by childhood cancer. Join us on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and run or walk to help give kids a chance to live a normal life. http://parkway.chop.edu
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Will is a tremendously brave young boy who fought against the odds and won the battle against childhood cancer. This is his journey. If you would like to know more about Children's Cancer Connection, please visit www.ChildrensCancerConnection.org
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Kennewick General Hospital Mission KGH is a publicly sponsored health care system providing a broad range of primary care and selected specialty services to the community in a warm and caring environment. KGH's vision is to provide service with excellence in care and caring and to treat everyone with respect and compassion. Patients receive clear, accurate and timely information about their care in an atmosphere of comfort and trust. KGH is responsive to the needs of physicians, practitioners, and the community. The KGH culture consists of inspired people in a learning organization where individuals develop both personally and professionally. KGH works together as a team with integrity and a "can-do" attitude supporting a strategic direction. KGH respects each other and value each employee's contribution to patient care. Efficient and effective work processes allow staff the time needed to provide the personal attention that is the hallmark of KGH. Individuals and departments continually improve their relationships, communication, teamwork and performance. For more see http://www.kennewickgeneral.com
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A little boy from England has been accepted into a clinical trial for cancer treatment at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital.
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This hospital in Louisiana earned the 2014 Women's Choice Award because it ranked among the very best cancer hospitals in America highly rated by women. Visit http://www.cabrini.org to learn more!
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Piano on Tour brings world class performances to communities that classical music otherwise rarely reaches. Piano on Tour travel with their own concert-grand piano all over New Zealand. Acclaimed French pianist Claire Rouault gave a concert at the Jack Inglis Friendship Hospital and Rest Home on October 20th 2014, performing a programme of famous piano pieces, specially thought for an elderly audience.
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Paul Peterson is now a Certified Financial Planner in Dothan, AL. When he was 7 years old, he contracted Chicken Pox. But instead of recovering after a few weeks as most do, Paul's body reacted to the antibodies produced in fighting the chicken pox. For the next three years, he endured numerous episodes brought about by the autoimmune disease that had been triggered in his body. Each time, he was treated at Children's. With his illness a distant memory, Paul is grateful for the care he received as a youngster. And even as a grown-up father of two, he still finds comfort in Children's, knowing that the same high quality healthcare—and a safe, secure environment—is there if his own kids need it.
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#UF #unit54 #heart #hearts #hospital #heartfailure #hearttransplant #shands #studio54 #gator #gogata #organ #thewaitinglist #organdonor #donatelife #shandslife #itsgreattobeagator #spoonies #AHA #walk #life #live #fight #heartgangsta #1moreBeat Fight Song by Rachel Platten cover. with Jamal Davis Kim Mockel Aubrey Hall. Congrats to Jamal on his new gift.Like and share, and don't forget to like the page.
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Dr. Alex Constantinescu is the Medical Director of the Pediatric Nephrology and Hypertension Program, which guides children and their families through the diagnosis and therapy of various kidney diseases, as well as providing dialysis for children in renal failure, until a transplant is available. Dr. Constantinescu is board-certified in pediatric nephrology. He is a graduate of the “Victor Babes” University of Medicine in Timisoara, Romania. After completing internships and residencies at hospitals in Romania and New York, he was a fellow in pediatric nephrology at Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Subsequently, he followed an academic career at UMDNJ/ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, in New Brunswick, New Jersey, where he became an associate professor of pediatrics and medical director of the pediatric transplant nephrology program until 2003 when he relocated to Florida. Dr. Constantinescu has published numerous original research papers, as well as review articles in peer-review journals and book chapters. He currently is a clinical associate professor at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Nova Southeastern University and most recently Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University. He remains active in teaching and research, with main focus in the area of clinical nephrology. Primary Office 1131 N 35th Avenue 2nd Floor Hollywood, FL 33021 Map & Directions Phone 954-265-9344 Fax: 954-986-5122
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The University of Missouri School of Law presents the 2015 Veterans Clinic Symposium - Traumatic Brain Injury: Lessons Learned from Our Nation’s Athletes and Military. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Call to Action for Attorneys You can make a difference for a Veteran Welcome Thomas Haynes, ’14 Attorney, Shands & Haynes LLC Accreditation CLE and the ABCs of a VA Disability Claim Angela Drake Director of the Veterans Clinic and Instructor University of Missouri School of Law The FDC and DRO: What You Need to Know Amelia Tapp Decision Review Officer St. Louis VA Regional Office How to Appeal a Denial David Myers Director of Case Evaluation and Placement Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program What to Argue When You Appeal Amy Odom National Litigation Director National Veterans Legal Services Program Questions and Answers _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ On May 19, 2005, the New England Journal of Medicine published Dr. Susan Okie’s article, “ Traumatic Brain Injury in the War Zone,” which reported on the case of Sgt. David Emme, who was severely brain-injured by an improvised explosive device (IED) as part of a convoy transporting Iraqi volunteers for military training. Sgt. Emme was one of 450 service members treated at Walter Reed from 2003 to 2005 for traumatic brain injury (TBI). More than 30,000 service members suffer from TBI, with an estimated economic cost of $76.5 billion. Kansas City Chiefs player Javon Belcher shot and killed his girlfriend before killing himself on December 1, 2012. CNN reported that pathology reports found Belcher suffered from brain disease known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). CTE was found in the brains of 87 of 91 deceased NFL players who donated their bodies for research, according to a study released on September 18, 2015. As explained by Dr. Ann McKee, one of the doctors involved in the study, this is not a matter of sensationalizing an issue to create controversy for football fans or the NFL, “this is a very real disease.” Evidence of CTE has been found in the brains of veterans, just as it has been found in NFL players. The Veterans Clinic at the University of Missouri School of Law is pleased to present its second annual symposium focusing on the legal and practical issues arising from traumatic brain injury, a very real concern for athletes and our military. Copyright Information: http://www.missouri.edu/copyright.php © 2015 - Curators of the University of Missouri
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FOURTUNATE singing outside the Veterans Affairs Hospital, in Gainesville, Florida. Look very close at the Baritone. One of these things is not like the other.
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Gladys Velarde, MD, a cardiologist at UF Health Jacksonville, saw Shawnna soon after she was rushed to the emergency room. Velarde said Shawnna had an 80 percent blockage in one of her arteries, which likely led to her heart attack. The cardiology team used a catheterization and stenting procedure to unblock that artery and restore normal blood flow.
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Earlier this year Steven started posting statuses on Facebook about his mom. A rare disease had attacked Edith's kidneys and pills weren't giving doctors the results they wanted so dialysis was the best option. Steven found out he was a match, and was able to donate one of his kidney's to his mom. In Pt 1, Steven and his mother Edith discuss how their journey started. For more information on kidney transplant, please visit http://www.barnesjewish.org/kidney-transplant
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Tiffany Cupp, a pediatric emergency room nurse at the University of Chicago Medical Center, talks about being one of the first American medical volunteers to arrive in Haiti after the Jan. 2010 earthquake. As the first pediatric nurse at one of only two hospitals then operating in Port-au-Prince, Cupp formed a bond with an 8-year-old girl named Yveline who was rescued from the rubble of the house where both her parents died. Read more at sciencelife.uchospitals.edu
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In this 7th episode of the WHOA GNV Podcast, ten-year-old Nate Ferrell, an ambassador for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals shares his story about being an advocate for other children and Neal Anderson, University of Florida Gator Great and former Running Back of the Chicago Bears shares his story and more... the dog poop in the bed story is our favorite, lol :) Support the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals by donating at: https://childrensmiraclenetworkhospitals.org/ Support the University of Florida's Dance Marathon: http://floridadm.org/ OUR GUESTS: Nathan Ferrell IG: https://www.instagram.com/nathanferrell/ Neal Anderson Sorry! He doesn't really do Social Media. CONNECT WITH MY CO-HOST, TY RUCAREAN: https://www.instagram.com/bestofgainesville/ LET'S BE FRIENDS: Instagram: http://instagram.com/collinaustin Facebook: http://facebook.com/thecollinaustin Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/ns4lcollin Website: http://collinaustin.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/realcollin Medium: http://medium.com/@collinaustin CONNECT WITH NS4L: Instagram: http://instagram.com/NS4L Facebook: http://facebook.com/newscooters4less Website: http://NS4L.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/NS4L Medium: http://medium.com/@NS4L ABOUT THE WHOA GNV PODCAST: Ty and I are SUPER passionate about Gainesville, FL so we decided to create a podcast CENTERED here in Gainesville. Of course we will bring in guests from other places and have a ton of fun learning from those outside our realm, but we want to have a heavy focus on showing off Gainesville's talent and what makes this place so special. We are on a mission to KEEP our talented students coming out of UF, a top ten public university HERE in Gainesville. We want to help Gainesville businesses recruit top talent to Gainesville, FL. We want to help Gainesville bring in new businesses. We want to help the small businesses in Gainesville learn from others and from one another in order to grow and be more fruitful. Join us for this journey and listen on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/whoa-gnv-podcast/id1381002391?mt=2&i=1000410719480
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In an effort to remain a leading specialist in pediatric rehabilitation, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is the first pediatric hospital in the U.S. to offer patients enhanced neuro-rehabilitation services through the use of Ekso Bionics’ patented technology. Children’s is incorporating the Ekso Robotic Exoskeleton—a wearable robot— into its Center for Advanced Technology and Robotic Rehabilitation to continue offering the latest technology to help children and teens recover from injuries or disorders that have hindered their motor skills. For more information please visit http://www.choa.org/robotictherapy.
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Homelessness, magic, superheroes, coding, blockchain, and MORE! Alright... This episode houses one of the most "WHOA!" stories, I've ever heard. In this 14th episode, Duncan Kabinu of Gainesville Dev Academy and James Coats of Phalanx Defense Systems join us! CONNECT WITH OUR GUESTS: DUNCAN KABINU GAINESVILLE DEV ACADEMY Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gainesvilledevacademy/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gainesvilledevacademy/ JAMES COATS PHALANX DEFENSE SYSTEMS Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PhalanxDefenseSystems/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/phalanxdefensesystemsllc/ CONNECT WITH MY CO-HOST, TY RUCAREAN: https://www.instagram.com/bestofgainesville/ LET'S BE FRIENDS: Instagram: http://instagram.com/collinaustin Facebook: http://facebook.com/thecollinaustin Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/ns4lcollin Website: http://collinaustin.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/realcollin Medium: http://medium.com/@collinaustin CONNECT WITH NS4L: Instagram: http://instagram.com/NS4L Facebook: http://facebook.com/newscooters4less Website: http://NS4L.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/NS4L Medium: http://medium.com/@NS4L ABOUT THE WHOA GNV PODCAST: Ty and I are SUPER passionate about Gainesville, FL so we decided to create a podcast CENTERED here in Gainesville. Of course we will bring in guests from other places and have a ton of fun learning from those outside our realm, but we want to have a heavy focus on showing off Gainesville's talent and what makes this place so special. We are on a mission to KEEP our talented students coming out of UF, a top ten public university HERE in Gainesville. We want to help Gainesville businesses recruit top talent to Gainesville, FL. We want to help Gainesville bring in new businesses. We want to help the small businesses in Gainesville learn from others and from one another in order to grow and be more fruitful. Join us for this journey and listen on iTunes here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/whoa-gnv-podcast/id1381002391?mt=2&i=1000410719480
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Jon and Stacy Petersen of Albion, Nebraska, share the story of their 2-year-old son Colin with Children's Hospital and Medical Center staff. Colin, a heart transplant recipient, was honored as the 2016 Heart Prince at the Omaha Heart and Stroke Ball. Held annually, the Omaha Heart and Stroke is one of the largest fundraisers in the state for the American Heart Association. Proceeds from the black-tie gala benefits the American Heart Association's lifesaving mission. This is part 2 of Colin's story.
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