#Health Care

A Night To Remember: Oswego Health Foundation To Host 3rd Annual Gala To Support Local Healthcare Initiatives

OSWEGO – The Oswego Health Foundation announces its 3rd Annual Gala will be held Saturday, November 12 at the Lake Ontario Event and Conference Center. Dr. Carlos Dator, Jr. and his wife, Rachael, will chair the event which is themed, “A Night to Remember” as Oswego Health looks to engage with the community and celebrate and recognize those who have supported the recent transformation of local healthcare.
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President Biden to deliver remarks about health care and Social Security

President Biden will deliver remarks at the White House today focused on lowering health care costs and strengthening Medicare and Social Security. Adam Cancryn, a White House reporter for Politico, joins CBS News to discuss what to expect from the president's speech and how important these issues are to voters six weeks ahead of midterm elections.

Researchers describe novel way to identify primary care workforce to help prepare for future workforce needs

Health care stakeholders have long relied upon the American Medical Association's Masterfile to identify physicians who practice primary care medicine. This approach has proven problematic because the AMA does not differentiate physicians with primary care training from physicians who practice true primary care. As a result, estimates of U.S. primary...

Melton Mowbray: Plans for second GP surgery being drawn up

NHS bosses have agreed to draw up plans for a new GP practice in Melton Mowbray. Patients in the growing town can currently only sign up with the existing Latham House Medical Practice. However officials have acknowledged that proposals to build more than 6,000 new homes in the area mean...

Nation Indian Health Board Kicks Off 39th Annual Tribal Health Conference

On Wednesday, Sept. 26, the National Indian Health Board (NIHB) celebrated 50 years as an organization by kicking off its 39th Annual Tribal Health Conference in Washington, D.C. The four-day conference is intended to advance tribal capacity to influence federal law and policies and serves as a forum to discuss...

Philadelphia Museum of Art Workers Are Striking For Better Healthcare and Salaries

Unionized workers at the Philadelphia Museum of Art are striking after two years of failed negotiations with the museum. “This action should come as no surprise to the Board of Trustees and executive management of the museum,” reads a statement from the union, which represents over half of the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s (PMA) roughly 350 employees. The strike began on Sept. 26, and the museum remains open.

Free health clinic returns October 4

Do you or does someone you know need medical care? The Shepherd's Hands free health clinic will be open this month in Jefferson County on Tuesday, Oct. 4, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m at Christ Episcopal Church on Cherry Street in Monticello. This clinic is an outreach ministry of Shepherd’s Hands of the Suwannee Valley, Inc., of the Episcopal Diocese of Florida.