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9 N.J. hospitals made America’s 250 Best list. Two cracked the top 50.

Nine New Jersey hospitals earned a place in this year’s America’s 250 Best Hospitals list by The rankings were based on procedure performance, potential risks, predicted outcomes and comparing those predictive outcomes to actual outcomes, according to Healthgrades. Here are the nine New Jersey hospitals that made...
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JSH Officials Introduce ‘Smart Knee’ Procedure In Hopkinsville

In 2021, officials with Jennie Stuart Health and its Medical Center made a gamble on the future — introducing a “robotic surgical assistant,” or ROSA, to help the hospital’s lauded Orthopaedics team with knee replacements, joint repair and the ever-long battle against arthritis. Fast forward nearly...
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Newark Hospital Among the Top 5 in NJ for Pulmonary Care

A Newark hospital is ranked among the top five in the state for pulmonary care, according to a new analysis by Healthgrades, a hospital ratings agency. Saint Michael’s Medical Center ranks was listed number five in the state by Healthgrades for the treatment of respiratory diseases, including asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), pneumonia, bronchitis, emphysema, and other complex lung diseases. “Being recognized as one of the Top 5 in New Jersey for pulmonary care is a tremendous achievement that speaks to Saint Michael’s ongoing commitment to high-quality care,” said Healthgrades Chief Medical Officer Brad Bowman, MD, who is also the organization’s head of...
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Russell T. “Pete” Pedersen, Jr.

Russell T. “Pete” Pedersen, Jr., age 78, of Lima formerly of Ada, passed away on Monday, January 30, 2023, at Mercy Health-St. Rita’s Medical Center, Lima. A celebration of life will be from 2:00 to 4:00 PM on Saturday, February 4, 2023, at the Hanson-Neely-Allison Funeral & Cremation Services, Ada.

9 NJ Hospitals Among Nation’s Best in 2023 Rankings

Nine New Jersey hospitals have earned spots on Healthgrades’ list of America’s Best 250 Hospitals, placing them in the top 5% in the nation for overall clinical excellence for the current year. Two of the nine – Morristown Medical Center and Overlook Medical Center in Summit – scored...

Stratford Health Department to Offer Free Health Screenings

Stratford CT – The Stratford Health Department will be conducting free health screenings under their “Know Your Numbers” campaign at Town Hall, the Stratford Library, South End Community Center and Stratford YMCA. February is American Heart Month and the Stratford Health Department is encouraging all residents to participate in free heart health screenings.

Clark Christensen, 60

Shane Clark Christensen has roped his last steer and gone to that “Happy Hunting Ground”. Clark, a nationally known rodeo steer wrestler, cattle broker and cattleman died Sunday, January 29, 2023 at North Miss. Medical Center in Tupelo from complications of a Heart Attack suffered less than a month ago. He had just turned 60 years old on January 8th. Clark was born in Biloxi on January 8, 1963 to the late Clifton Cooper Flurry and Gerry Lawrence Corso. He was raised by his adoptive dad, Don Christensen. He and the family moved to Sturgis, MS. where he attended elementary, Junior High and graduated from Sturgis High School. Clark attended MSU and was a prized member of the MSU Rodeo Team. A man never scared of work, Clark was a cattleman, cattle broker and rodeo hero all his life. He traveled to rodeos around the country where he became known by all Cowboys as one of the best steer wrestlers ever. About 30 years ago, he settled in Northeast Miss. where he became a great friend to so many. He ran cattle on Eden’s Farms in Okolona and became a highly sought after cattle buyer and herdsman. He loved the arena, his horses and the fellowship of fellow rodeo/cattlemen. In 1979, Clark was the first Mississippian and the first to ever east of the Mississippi win the prestigious Salana, California Rodeo buckle for superior cattle wrestling. Only two others have achieved this honor since. A big man with a bigger personality and always full of himself, he was known for his one liners, his cowboy philosophy and his penchant for shaking a little ice with cowboys and friends. Clark married Susan Parker on Jan. 31, 2010 and she survives. They enjoyed visiting the beach and deep sea fishing.

Obituary for Russell T. “Pete” Pedersen, Jr.

Russell T. “Pete” Pedersen, Jr., age 78, of Lima formerly of Ada, passed away on Monday, January 30, 2023, at Mercy Health-St. Rita’s Medical Center, Lima. He was born on February 22, 1944, in Ft. Wayne, Indiana to the late Russell and Rae Lydia (Hayes) Pedersen, Sr. On June 28, 1963, Pete married Linda Allen formerly of Alger and she survives in Lima.

Delphos Man Killed in Allen County Crash

A Delphos man was killed in a accident that occurred Thursday evening in Allen County. According to a release from the Lima Post of the Ohio State Patrol, 61 year old Gregory A. Kunz lost control of the pickup truck he was driving while traveling south on State Route 66.

Brawl Outside Connecticut Super Market Featured A Lot Of Fists, But-Cracks And Cops

TRUMBULL — Police say two men involved in a fight outside a local supermarket late Friday afternoon have been arrested. A 55-year-old Trumbull man was charged with two counts of second-degree breach of peace, and a 19-year-old Bridgeport man was charged with one count of second-degree breach of peace, Trumbull Police Lt. Brian Weir said Monday.

Inclement Weather Alert

Because more inclement winter weather is expected later today, UAMS is extending the implementation of its inclement weather policies for its main campus in Little Rock through Wednesday, Feb. 1, and into the early morning of Thursday, Feb. 2. Non-critical campus areas are closed. UAMS will notify employees and students...

Delphos man killed in Thursday night crash

MARION TOWNSHIP — A Delphos man died Thursday evening from injuries sustained in a single-vehicle traffic accident in western Allen County. According to a release from the Lima post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, a 2003 Ford Ranger pickup truck driven by Gregory Kunz, 61, of Delphos, was traveling southbound on state Route 66 at approximately 7:45 p.m. when it veered off the left side of the roadway. The truck entered a ditch and overturned.

Stella at the Medical Center – Everything You Need to Know in 2023

Stella at the Medical Center is one of the top healthcare facilities in the world. Located in 2023, the center is known for its cutting-edge technology and world-class staff. People from all over the world come to Stella at the Medical Center for their healthcare needs. Whether you are looking...