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New York Post

Little girl struck by foul ball is still in the hospital
New York Post
The girl who was hit in the head by a line-drive foul ball in the stands at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday remained hospitalized Thursday at NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital. The girl is “in my prayers,” said an unidentified woman ...
Girl in hospital after being struck by baseball at Yankee StadiumAOL
Girl in Hospital After Being Hit by Foul Ball at Yankee StadiumNBC New York
Girl in hospital after 100mph baseball smashes into face at Yankees gameMetro

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wnep.com

Healthwatch 16: Homework in the Hospital
wnep.com
GEISINGER MEDICAL CENTER — School work might seem like the last thing a young person would worry about during a long-term hospital stay. But there's a program at Geisinger Medical Center that keeps kids up to date on their lesson plans and it ends ...



HuffPost

Hospital Staffers Fired After Calling Babies 'Mini Satans' On Social Media
HuffPost
The hospital shared a statement on Facebook Monday, saying the video is “outrageous, unacceptable, incredibly unprofessional, and cannot be tolerated.” The statement continued, “We have identified those involved― two staff (not nurses as reported on ...
Naval Hospital Staffers Removed After Posting 'Outrageous, Unacceptable' Photos and Video of 'Mini Satan' NewbornsPEOPLE.com
Naval hospital staffers post photos of mishandled newborns, babies called 'mini Satans'Today.com
Disturbing images show Navy hospital staffers mishandling infant, calling babies 'mini Satans'Washington Post
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Chicago Tribune

Couple who launched nonprofit to cover hospital parking extend program to Prentice Women's Hospital
Chicago Tribune
Carrie and Terry Meghie's son Jackson Chance spent all but two days of his 10-month life in a hospital. He was born two months early with lungs that weren't fully developed. The cost of parking all day, every day at Prentice Women's Hospital, followed ...



Bloomberg

Debt Sickened a Hospital Giant. Now the Doctors Are Revolting
Bloomberg
The doctors urged Smith to sell the eight-hospital Lutheran Health Network to their physician group, which already owned a 20 percent stake, and an investor partner, for $2.4 billion—triple CHS's current market value. The combative 71-year-old CEO ...

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Florida hospital closed as officials assess hurricane damage
ABC News
A beachside hospital on Florida's Atlantic Coast remains closed as officials evaluate the damage done to the building by Hurricane Irma. The 80-bed Florida Hospital Oceanside in Ormond Beach was evacuated as Hurricane Irma approached the state earlier ...

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NCAA.com

Iowa football: Fans wave to children's hospital in Hawkeyes' newest tradition
NCAA.com
What started as a fan suggestion on an Iowa Facebook fan page has turned into a full-blown movement: Iowa fans collectively waving to the top floor of the hospital, where the children and their families gather to watch Iowa, at the end of the first ...

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The Week Magazine

Undocumented immigrant parents arrested after taking baby to hospital for emergency surgery
The Week Magazine
An undocumented mother and father living in North Brownsville, Texas, were told by their local hospital that their 2-month-old son needed emergency stomach surgery that required them to travel to the only capable nearby facility, Driscoll Children's ...
Undocumented Parents Arrested at Children's Hospital While Awaiting Their Infant Son's SurgerySplinter (blog)

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CT Post

2 in Bridgeport Hospital after explosion destroys mobile home
CT Post
A married couple with severe burns are in Bridgeport Hospital after an explosion destroyed their mobile home in Clinton early Thursday morning. The victims, identified as 64-year-old Leon Hinkley and 61-year-old Candace Hinkley, are in critical and ...

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The Denver Post

Colorado hospitals owed millions from state; officials worried they will have to turn away needy patients
The Denver Post
Hospitals across Colorado are waiting on millions of dollars in reimbursements after the state Medicaid department went live with a new technology system six months ago, the situation growing so dire that hospital officials say they are concerned they ...

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