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An Essential Information on Medications from Canada

An Essential Information on Medications from Canada

Anyone needs access to cost-effective drugs and pharmaceutical equipment. Unfortunately, the American healthcare governmental system does not work in line with the expectations of the citizens: the meds are overpriced, and a number of drugs is not covered by the insurance. Low-income employees do not have access to many healthcare benefits looking for ways to …

Main-Reasons-of-Erectile-Dysfunction

Main Reasons of Erectile Dysfunction

Since male sexual arousal is a complex process, any problems with it can be associated with a whole bunch of reasons. In some cases, one has to deal with several problems (both physical and psychological) in order to fix his sexual life. Physical Conditions that Can Cause Erectile Dysfunction Erectile dysfunction is often caused by …

Daughters of Charity Health System Leaders Say Special Interest Groups Putting Their Interests Above All Others in Proposed Sale of DCHS Hospitals

DCHS Says Unions Are Putting Future Health Care Needs of Communities in Jeopardy August 18, 2014 – The proposed sale of the Daughters of Charity Health System is being unfairly criticized by the nurses’ union and other special interest groups who have put their own self-interests above those of the DCHS hospitals, the president of …

DCHS Recognized by QUEST for Quality Patient Care

Hospitals in Premier, Inc. collaborative save $11.65 billion and 136,375 lives QUEST® members outpacing national averages for costs and mortality; reducing readmissions and harm CHARLOTTE, N.C. (February 13, 2014) — Hospitals in Premier, Inc.’s (NASDAQ: PINC) QUEST®collaborative saved approximately $11.65 billion and avoided 136,375 deaths using the alliance’s proven methodology and integrated analytics to set …

UCLA School of Law Receives Grant from W.M. Keck Foundation to Establish Medical-Legal Partnership Clinical Program

LOS ANGELES, CA, August 8, 2013 – UCLA School of Law has received a two-year, $225,000 grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation to establish an innovative Medical-Legal Partnership Clinical Program. The law school will collaborate with St. Francis and St. Vincent Medical Centers, members of the Daughters of Charity Health System, and Bet Tzedek Legal …

St. Vincent Medical Center Opens Korean Pavilion To Serve Growing Korean Community’s Medical And Cultural Needs

LOS ANGELES – March 21, 2013 – To meet the medical, cultural and communication needs of one of Los Angeles’ fastest growing demographic populations, Los Angeles’ oldest hospital, St. Vincent Medical Center (SVMC), has opened the Korean Pavilion, a dedicated 30-bed unit for Korean-American patients. The hospital invites the media to tour the facility, meet …