Officials from Columbia School District and Lancaster General Health broke ground this summer for a new $37,000 outdoor total body workout exercise system to be located on the Columbia Junior/Senior High School football field. Learn about Lancaster General Health's Community Health Commitments: http://www.lancastergeneralhealth.org/LGH/About-Lancaster-General-Health/Community-Commitment.aspx
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EMS Week is May 15-21, 2011, a week to pay tribute to the men and women who are dedicated to provide first response care to our community at a moment's notice, and are often the difference between life and death. In this video, emergency medical service providers tell you what motivates them to serve, many of whom are from families where EMS service is a tradition that dates back several generations. The medical providers who rely on EMS to stabilize patients also share their thanks and appreciation to these dedicated individuals. Visit the EMS Week website: http://www.lancastergeneralhealth.org/LGH/Our-Services/Emergency-Trauma/About-Us/EMS-Week.aspx
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Part 1 of the Orthopedic Center Virtual Tour: Welcome to the Lancaster General Health Orthopedic Center. We offer more than a facility, it's a whole philosophy of orthopedic care. Stacey Youcis, Assistant Vice President of Musculoskeletal and Surgical Services at Lancaster General Health introduces you to the orthopedic team, which strives daily to provide our patients with excellent orthopedic healthcare services that exceed their expectations. For more information, please visit us at: www.lancastergeneralhealth.org/OrthopedicCenter
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Part 4 of the Orthopedic Center Virtual Tour: On the day of your surgery, when you arrive for your procedure in the morning, you will park in the designated Orthopedic Center parking lot, located on Lime Street in Lancaster. If possible, please have your coach bring you in for your procedure. From the parking garage, you will follow the signs to the elevator and travel to the second floor where one of our friendly greeters will meet you for check-in. For more information, please visit us at: www.lancastergeneralhealth.org/OrthopedicCenter
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Lancaster General Health and Lighten Up Lancaster County join together to promote healthier lifestyles in the community. This look at the healthy living coalition was featured in a news segment on WPMT. Visit Lighten Up Lancaster: http://www.lightenuplancaster.org/
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Elevators 2ThyssenKrupp & 2 Dovers at the Lancaster General Health Outpatient Pavilion ,Cardio center in Lancaster pa
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There is now a new medical care facility in Northeastern Lancaster County. Lancaster General Health Urgent Care in Ephrata opened on Tuesday, May 29, 2012 at 8 a.m. This news broadcast appered on WGAL News 8 at 5:30 a.m. with Anne Shannon reporting live from the facility. Teke Drummond from LG Health is interviewed in this segment. Visit the LG Health Urgent Care website: http://www.lghealthurgentcare.org/
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The McCullough family knows there are no such thing as a coincidence. While being treated for some bumps and bruises from a golf cart accident, the ER team at Lancaster General Health discovered Matthew had a medical condition that needed immediate attention. See how they worked with the Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania to get Matthew back in the game.
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On Friday Morning April 20th. The Columbia Quick Response Service Participated In An Aeromedical Landing Zone Program Sponsored By The Hershey Medical Center's LIFE LION Flight Staff. The Class Was Conducted At The Lancaster County Public Safety Training Center.
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Marissa Fernandez-Kiemele is a Family Physician with Western Washington Medical Group in Everett, WA. She incorporates her expertise in lifestyle medicine to educate patients on caring for their entire well-being, addressing areas such as nutrition and stress management. Visit our website for more information on our providers and specialties at: http://www.wwmedgroup.com/
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The Grand Finale of our Haunted Lancaster Series. A very special to Michele Livingston for adding a lot of color to our series. Also a great big thank you to all the photographers and editors who spent numerous hours with me in the studio after hours.
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Original Air Date: 10/10/13 SOMERSET, Pa. -- Two local hospitals are expected to collaborate in the coming months to share services and build towards a sustainable future.Somerset Hospital made the announcement that it would build a working relationship with Conemaugh Health System.Rumors were swirling that Conemaugh Health System was considering a buy out from Highmark, but it doesn't appear to be a done deal yet.It's [healthcare] changing so rapidly that we never say no to anything, Conemaugh Health System CEO Scott Becker said.The health system, however, is expecting to work with Somerset Hospital.We're trying to do things in a smart, effective way that benefits the patients in our region, Somerset Hospital CEO Ron Park said.Both hospitals said it is a strong move towards the future to stay financially sound with the changing face of healthcare.While other regional hospitals merged with major networks like UPMC or Highmark, Conemaugh and Somerset hope the deal is a vital, sustainable one for the area.No matter whether you're a small community hospital or large academic medical center, I think the financial challenges we face in today's environment are extraordinary, Park explained.We want to do what's best for Conemaugh and Somerset, not what's best for Pittsburgh, Becker said.Somerset will remain an independent community hospital, but will share services and is expected to retain jobs. This collaborative effort is the best way to sustain the most jobs in our community, Park said.The decision is not expected to be finalized until January of 2014.
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My son and I are heading out early in the morning and got to see an amazing sunrise!
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Thinking about your wishes regarding medical care is not something people like to do. But accidents and illnesses can happen to anyone, at any age, and at any time. And you may desire different measures based on your stage in life. In this video, hear from medical and legal professionals about this important topic. Learn more and download a simple Advance Directive form at http://www.lghealth.org/advancecareplanning.
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VICTORIA - The Province is changing the way it provides funding to some of B.C.'s biggest hospitals including three on Vancouver Island. Health Minister Kevin Falcon says the current system of block funding for hospitals will be replaced by a formula based on patients. The government says patient-based funding will result in shorter wait times for such things as breast cancer diagnosis and hip and knee replacements. But the opposition and the Hospital Employees Union says forcing hospitals to compete with each other will hurt overall health care quality for everyone. The Health Minster says its goal is simple; to provide the best care possible for patients by making hospitals and health authorities more efficient and more accountable for the taxpayer dollars they receive.
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At MHALC, our mission is to deliver hope and support through advocacy, education and support. Our purpose is to promote mental wellness for all individuals and help those who are struggling with a mental illness achieve hope and recovery. Reach out to us today if you're in need of support and advocacy. MHALC, Community Services Building 630 Janet Ave, Suite B-110 Lancaster, PA 17601 (717) 397-7461
Mike Horst, PhD, Director of Research and CME for Lancaster General Hospital in Lancaster, PA, talks with Steve Singer, ACCME's Director of Education and Outreach, about the successes and challenges of integrating education with Quality Improvement and Medical Staff Services at a state-accredited community hospital. As part of the discussion, Mike and Steve explore a physician leadership development course that his CME Department has developed and implemented. For more information, please visit http://www.accme.org
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First off, sorry for the blinding lighting in this….one day I'll get my ish together, promise. I'm so happy many of you are reaching out to me about veterinary school and grad school in general! I hope that you guys find this helpful and please comment below with any and all questions! What I talk about is not limited to vet school - it definitely applies to all grad programs like medical school, dental school, and non-science grad schools as well! The video itself is so damn long and I def don't want you guys to be forced to watch the whole thing so I tried to organize the video based on times and what I talked about at each point. Click on the timings below and it should take you to that part. Also, I did a super quick summary at the end if you just want to watch that! 0:58 - Disclaimer -- please understand this is simply my experience. It is NOT a template to follow blindly nor is it assurance of getting into any such program. It should just help you plan ahead & figure things out! 1:16 - da beginning: Basically my childhood and how I figured out the difference between my ‘love’ for animals and my wanting to help animals 1:56 - I began volunteering at an animal shelter/rescue agency when I was 10 years old. 3:20 - I began working at animal hospitals (private practice clinics) in high school 3:56 - Animal experience is important early on - it helps you figure out what you want to do. It helped me realize I wasn’t a huge fan of private clinical practice; I didn't see myself doing that as a job, day in and day out. 6:00 - MOST important job as a high school student = get good grades! Why? I believe it builds a very healthy habit and is a good base for success 6:55 - Also, highschool grades are very important for college and scholarships!!! I personally believe, if you're planning on grad school, you shouldn’t dish out money for undergrad. As long as you're not sacrificing the quality of your education, save money! 7:50 - My college scholarship, how I got it and how it helped me; highschool grades and SAT score 9:30 - Tufts AVM Summer program (Veterinary Camp) 10:09- Most important job as a college student = GET GOOD GRADES! Vet school is so competitive which is why grades are so key. 11:48 - If you’re thinking about vet school, start figuring out all your prerequisites. Do some homework on what certain vet med schools require. 12:47 - Plan ahead! My experience in college - finishing my prereqs early gave me a lot of time for fun. Point of the story? Get good grades! Get money! 13:33 - Research, work experiences and recommendation letters!!! I forgot to mention this, but I also did a few weeks of work with cows and lab animals during college. 15:30 - lol I hate research. Do it anyway. 16:08 - Have fun! PARTY! Balance your life! Learn to work hard and play hard. Have hobbies - good for applications and good for mental health 18:03 - GREs. My GRE score and college GPA 19:20 - The veterinary medical school application process. Which veterinary schools I applied to. My reasonings for the schools I picked. How to choose a grad school that is right for you. 23:35 - Put a lot of effort into your personal statement! 25:16 - Quick summary for middle school, high school, college and veterinary, medical and other grad school applicants. That's basically it. Obviously a lot has been going since vet school started for me (I am currently in my second semester of 2nd year) and based on the response I get from this, I will definitely make a Part II. If you watch this video and are uber stressed, don't be!!! Keep in mind that this is was my dream from day one! Also I came from a family and culture that put a lot of importance on grades and education so I was almost forced (in a good way) to get good grades which made the process a bit easier for me. If you're concerned about grades, don't be deterred. Know that IMPROVEMENT means a lot to these schools and combined with evidence of passion and effort, there are infinite ways to stand out as a candidate. If you still aren't sure about what you even want to do...THAT'S OKAY TOO! There are tons of vet students who took a different path or didn’t know that this is what they wanted to do. If you are late to the game and still want to go to any type of graduate school, you can! You just have to prove your diligence and dedication! If you majored in something else or applied to another field or had a different job, you can always still apply to vet school and get in as long you have the right passion for it and the proper means of succeeding aka hard work! Thank you for your interest! If you have any questions, ask away! ♥ ♥FOLLOW ME♥ ♥ Instagram: niveda108 https://www.instagram.com/niveda108/ Snapchat: niveda ♥ ♥INQUIRIES♥ ♥ firstname.lastname@example.org
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When speaking of Oregon State University's cutting edge equine hospital, one word rings above all others: care. Care for the client, care for the referring veterinarians and most importantly, care for the animals. At OSU, care goes around the clock, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Learn more here: http://vetmed.oregonstate.edu/hospital/ Video Produced by OSU Web Communications
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PORT HARDY - The emergency room at Port Hardy's hospital is closed for the second time in just a few weeks, and the Vancouver Island Health Authority says it's likely not the last time. The community has a shortage of doctors, so when there is no one available to staff the ER, it shuts down, and patients are sent to Port McNeill nearly half an hour away. People in Port Hardy fear it's only a matter of time before that half-hour trip becomes a matter of life and death. Follow Gord Kurbis on Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/ANewsGord
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**Disclaimer: Hands were actually washed during the making of this video, but imagine if they weren't...*** Filmed at James Madison University Washing your hands is one of the most effective forms of primary prevention for infection and illness control. As college students, germs and illnesses spread quickly because we live in close quarters. This video aims show what a typical day looks like in the life of someone who doesn't wash their hands. Furthermore, The Plug wishes to bring to light objects that are notorious for fostering the most germs in our day to day life. These objects include: Cell Phones College IDs Wallets Laptops Doors Backpacks Steering Wheels Touch Screens The list goes on... So if you want to decrease your susceptibility to illness and disease, Wash your hands..... Music: "Beggin"- Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons (Pilooski Re-edit)
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Kone Monospace Traction Service Elevators At Creighton University Medical Center In Omaha, Nebraska
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Centra Lynchburg General Hospital http://lgh.centrahealth.com/ Filmed at the Heritage Baptist Church http://www.hbclynchburg.com/sandhilloak/
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(taken 5/5/18) This is a May 2018 update on the Dover elevators. At first I thought the other one was broken, but it may have just been sitting on peak up on the lower level.
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For more information about beginning your career journey at HealthEast http://goo.gl/hnWTE
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In the early morning, first hour of, July 10, 2013, at 00:48 am, the Penn State University Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Life-Lion helicopter, came to transport my wife, Donna, from St. Joseph's Hospital, Reading, PA to the Neuro-Sciences ICU for brain surgery. She'd just had a stroke caused by a subarachnoid hematoma from an arterial aneurysm just over 1/2" in diameter. She is on her way to a full-recovery, because of the loving care provided by many people when Donna needed them the most. God answered all of our prayers. Donna will make a full recovery.
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The Skills and Simulation Laboratory is a sophisticated learning environment and one of GW School of Nursing's most esteemed features. With 6,300 square feet of lab space, twenty-one (21) mock hospital bed stations and exam areas, a home health studio apartment, and birthing and pediatrics simulation, nurses-in-training experience life in a hospital long before their first clinical experience. In the lab, GW accelerated bachelor of science (ABSN) students develop competencies in multiple simulated health care settings that cross the human life span. http://nursing.gwu.edu/about-us
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TEDxWestlake - July 12, 2012 Our first TEDxWestlake explored the accelerating change in the world around us. This change is largely driven by the power of the digital infrastructure built over the last few decades. William Gibson has remarked: "The future is already here -- it's just unevenly distributed." While we can't predict the future, we tried to uncover and mine some of these veins. We were lucky to have speakers from a wide array of disciplines, from kinetic art to philosophy to hybrid social ventures, to come share their stories with our audience of business students and innovators, and help us wonder about what might lie ahead. As a dual-degree Veterinary -- Business student at the University of Pennsylvania, Molly Dominguez is challenging the future role of the veterinary profession. In the United States, a veterinarian is traditionally perceived as a doctor for dogs, cats and horses. Yet, during Molly's six years as an officer on active duty in the U.S. Army Medical Service Corps, including a deployment in Iraq, she learned about the global leadership of veterinary medicine in promoting political, economic, and public health security. Drawing from these experiences, she captures the essence of why spreading the capabilities and expertise of the veterinary profession is critical for the United States' foreign policy over the next decade. Molly is a graduate of the United States Military Academy and received her Master's in International Relations from Oklahoma University. Her husband, Augie Dominguez, is currently deployed to Afghanistan with the 82nd Airborne Division. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Are you balanced in life? What is the best approaching to finding balance...to creating an awesome life? Dr. Shimi Kang is an award-winning, Harvard-trained doctor, researcher, media expert, and lecturer on human motivation. She is the author of the #1 Bestseller, The Dolphin Way: A Parent’s Guide to Raising Healthy, Happy, and Motivated Kids Without Turning Into A Tiger (Penguin Books 2014). Her articles appear in major media outlets including the Huffington Post, Psychology Today and TIME Magazine. Dr. Kang is the Medical Director for Child and Youth Mental Health for Vancouver community, a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia, and the founder of the Provincial Youth Concurrent Mental Health and Addictions Program and BC Children’s Hospital. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Veterinary clinical pathologist creates profitable commercial laboratory in Columbia, Missouri with assistance from MO SBTDC technology business specialist, Jim Gann. 2011 Outstanding Small Business winner
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. What is the best approach to impact the rest of your life? What if it involved only three simple words? Dr. Holder earned his Ph.D. at the University of California at Berkeley. He then completed his postdoctoral training at the Brain Research Institute at UCLA where he conducted brain transplants to reverse impairments caused by brain injuries. As a professor at Memorial University of Newfoundland, he studied how natural chemicals, 200 times the strength of heroin, were released when people ate chocolate chip cookies. During this time he worked as a Biological Consultant with the NutraSweet Company to determine whether aspartame is safe for pregnant mothers and their offspring. He also spent a research sabbatical at the University of Hawaii swimming with dolphins in studies of their language and creativity. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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