The beleaguered Veterans Medical Center in Aurora, Colo., is on track for completion in 2018, VA Secretary Robert McDonald promised Sunday, while a criminal investigation into any wrongdoing there continues.
575 dialysis patients may have been exposed to disease | MassLive.com
Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, Mass., has informed 575 kidney dialysis patients that the hospital failed to adhere to standard protocol and might have exposed them to pathogens.
Too much lead at the tap: Christus St. Vincent's water system over the limit | Santa Fe (N.M.) New Mexican
Water tests at Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center have turned up hazardous levels of lead every year since 2011, sometimes exceeding the federal limit at which remediation is required by wide margins, state and federal records show.
A new divide in American death | Washington Post
White women have been dying prematurely at higher rates since the turn of this century, passing away in their 30s, 40s and 50s in a slow-motion crisis driven by decaying health in small-town America, according to an analysis of national health and mortality statistics by The Washington Post.
A tussle between a Texas compounder and the Food and Drug Administration underscores the ongoing difficulties that regulators can have overseeing this controversial portion of the medical supply chain.
The District of Columbia has begun using the commercial service to transport patients with less-serious symptoms. The new system is intended to free up city medics and ambulances for more dire cases and ease the strain on a department that has struggled to handle a growing number of medical calls.