An Advance for Nurses article by Barbara Daulerio, Oncology Nurse Navigator, Bryn Mawr Hospital, shows we can all grow from each other’s culture diversity if we remain open to the … Continue Reading →
CBS3 reports that Dr. David Targan with Main Line Health says, “A lot of pharmacies in the area are unable to provide this for our patients.”
Main Line Suburban Life reports that Dr. Cheryl Clarkin, chief of inpatient pediatric services, Nemours duPont Pediatrics at Bryn Mawr Hospital, part of Main Line Health, is a strong believer … Continue Reading →
A Daily Local News article by Dr. Sage Claydon, MD, FACOG; urogynecologist is affiliated with Paoli Hospital notes that pelvic floor disorders continue to be on the rise among women.
In Philadelphia magazine, Lauren Napolitano, Psy.D., a licensed psychologist on staff at Bryn Mawr Hospital, writes: The one question I’m asking myself this year is, “How can I make myself happier … Continue Reading →
A Daily Local News article by Alicia Moran, PTA, who is affiliated with Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital Outpatient Network, notes that, although the cold weather can present barriers to living … Continue Reading →
Nurse.com reports that nurses improved patient outcomes at all seven participating hospitals, including Lankenau Medical Center.
A Delaware County Daily Times letter notes that employees at Riddle Hospital and across Main Line Health love the program and are solid contributors to the effort, raising money and … Continue Reading →
“It’s helpful beyond words,” says fertility expert Michael Glassner, MD, of Main Line Health in Philadelphia. “It’s going to give a higher pregnancy rate; the miscarriage rate goes down. It’s … Continue Reading →
Mark Pressman, who works at Lankenau Medical Center’s Sleep Medicine Services, said he recommends patients stay off devices for an extended period before trying to fall asleep. Read more from … Continue Reading →