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Chinese navy hospital ship docks in Venezuela amid crisis
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Interest in the goodwill visit has been building since the Pentagon announced in August it was sending its own hospital ship, the USNS Comfort, to neighboring Colombia to provide free medical treatment for thousands of Venezuelan migrants fleeing their ...
Venezuela crisis: Chinese hospital ship docks for a weekBBC News

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Fox Baltimore

St. Agnes hospital officials release statement after reports of water issues
Fox Baltimore
A spokesperson says, “Saint Agnes Hospital is committed to providing a quality healthcare experience for all of our patients. The Department of Health recently notified us of a potential issue with our water system. There are no positive water test ...



ESPN

Hamilton coach Dave Matsos taken to hospital after collapsing
ESPN
BARRIE, Ontario, -- Hamilton Bulldogs coach Dave Matsos was taken to the hospital after collapsing on the team's bench Saturday night in an Ontario Hockey League game against the Barrie Colts. Matsos collapsed on the bench in the final seconds and was ...

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KWTX

Patients evacuated from Central Texas hospital after power outage
KWTX
"We are hoping to have power back to all areas at the hospital within the next 12 hours," said Erin Riley, PR and Marketing Manager for Metroplex Health System. "We do have crews on site working to hook up generators to re-supply power to the hospital.".
Metroplex Hospital power outage sends patients to other facilitiesThe Killeen Daily Herald

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Bethesda Hospital Foundation's James is raising money to add services
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Barbara James is the new leader of Bethesda Hospital Foundation, the nonprofit arm of Bethesda Hospitals' two Boynton Beach facilities. It's a big task: Bethesda's east and west campuses face growing competition and growing demand, especially as the ...



WPRI 12 Eyewitness News

Providence Police: Teen killed in early morning shooting
WPRI 12 Eyewitness News
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) -- Police are investigating after a 19-year-old man was killed after an early morning shooting in Providence. A second victim was also shot. The shooting happened in the area of 60 Prairie Avenue around 1 a.m. Saturday ...
Bug-sniffing dogs to inspect Providence courthouse on SaturdayThe Providence Journal
Teen dies, man hurt in Providence shootingThe Providence Journal

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WCVB Boston

2 taken to hospital after crash on Mass Pike
WCVB Boston
Two people were taken to the hospital after a crash that's causing miles of back-ups on Interstate 90. Westernmassnews.com reports that Massachusetts State Police responded to a crash involving multiple vehicles around 1 p.m. Saturday on I-90 westbound ...

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Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3

Two victims from Middleton shooting released from hospital, one remains in fair condition
Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3
MADISON, Wis. - Two victims from the Middleton shooting have been released from the hospital, officials said Saturday morning. One other victim is still recovering from their injuries at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and is in fair condition ...
2 Wounded in Wisconsin Shooting Discharged From HospitalU.S. News & World Report
Two Middleton shooting victims released from hospital, one remains in fair conditionWTMJ-TV (press release) (blog)

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New York Times

Hospital Food You Can Get Excited About
New York Times
On a Tuesday morning in March, chef Bruno Tison presided over a frenzied cook-off between teams from 16 health care facilities at Glen Cove Hospital on Long Island. Mr. Tison was hired last September by the nonprofit network Northwell Health to help ...



Courier Journal

Struggling Jewish Hospital could close within months, sources say
Courier Journal
"I would not be surprised for Jewish Hospital to close its doors within a matter of months," Dr. Peter Hasselbacher, a retired University of Louisville medical professor, told the Courier Journal. "I wish the best for them, but I think the odds are ...


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