A fourth-grader at Cynwyd Elementary School raised donations to help Jewish patients at Lankenau Medical Center observe Shabbat. She gifted the bag of money to LMC’s Patient Experience Initiative. More … Continue Reading →
Dr Jeanne Yeh, Riddle Hospital, notes that since there is no vaccine, prevention — especially washing hands – is the best way to avoid Enterovirus. More from NBC10.
Marisa C. Weiss, founder and president of Breastcancer.org and director of breast radiation oncology and breast health outreach at the Lankenau Medical Center in Wynnewood, Pa., writes that most breast … Continue Reading →
Donald Ferrari, DO, a cardiologist affiliated with Paoli Hospital, writes, “As games of backyard football begin and adult athletic leagues prepare for another season, it’s important to keep your cardiovascular … Continue Reading →
Betsy Race, MD, a pediatrician at Riddle Hospital, writes about some of the most common illnesses that are easily passed among children — pink eye, strep throat, lice, walking pneumonia … Continue Reading →
Basil Harris, an engineer-turned emergency room physician in Paoli, Pa., is team co-leader for Final Frontier Medical Devices, one of 10 teams named finalists in a $10 million-prize competition to … Continue Reading →
Podiatrist doctor John Pron of Riddle Hospital Main Line Health says staying active can head off many problems! Make comfort your priority in shoes and remember, your foot size can … Continue Reading →
“Tangible or visible organization leads to emotional organization,” says Lauren Napolitano, PsyD, a psychologist at Bryn Mawr Hospital in Pennsylvania. More from ABC News.
“I think it can be difficult for patients to know the appropriate level of care to seek for their symptoms,” says Dr. Steve Gamburg, chairman of the department of emergency … Continue Reading →
Debbie Fioravanti, telemetry nurse at Bryn Mawr Hospital, has received the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. The quarterly award is presented to a nurse who provides outstanding care to patients … Continue Reading →