MLH Senior Planner Sharon Doyle writes, “Optimization goes beyond the simple matter of meeting length: It is a consensus-driven, empirically proven process that results in faster, more predictable and more … Continue Reading →
If there’s one thing today’s consumers consistently say they want, it’s one-stop shopping. The outpatient endeavors of Main Line Health, a 1,387-bed health system with $1.4 billion in annual operating … Continue Reading →
Even after the sun sets, this scorching heat can be dangerous. Lankenau Medical Center’s Dr. Ben Usatch Offers his tips for beating this week’s heat. Watch NBC10.
Density letters tell women to talk to their doctors about what to do.”There’s no doubt we get frequent calls from women asking, “What the heck is going on with my … Continue Reading →
Dr. David Targan, an internist at Lankanau Medical Center, says “all patients need to be proactive in their own health. Colonoscopies, mammograms, immunizations. All these things, depending on your age, … Continue Reading →
“Only about 10 percent of breast cancers are associated with an inherited gene, such as the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genetic mutations. The other 90 percent of breast cancers are mostly … Continue Reading →
The first of John George’s new occasional features called Inside the Practice focuses on Drs. Gerald and John Marks of Lankenau Medical Center. (Subscription required.) View more from Philadelphia Business Journal.
Eileen Sherman, Infection Prevention director for Main Line Health, advised women going to South Florida to “avoid mosquitoes, protect yourself, and keep an eye towards the Centers for Disease Control … Continue Reading →
The Main Line Health complex includes a 50,000-square-foot fitness and wellness center, an urgent care clinic, Bryn Mawr Rehab therapy, imaging services and offices for primary care physicians as well … Continue Reading →
“Bringing the specialized services of a Level II Trauma Center onto the Lankenau campus will enhance the ability of our EMS partners to rapidly transport trauma victims, helping to save … Continue Reading →