YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Friday marks the last day of work at Trumbull Memorial Hospital for 34 licensed practical nurses whose jobs will be lost in what the hospital says is a “transition to a nurse staffing model that uses registered nurses and nursing assistants.”
The Service Employees International Union, which represents 250 workers at TMH, says it filed a grievance against the hospital for violating the contract. SEIU District 11 has also filed unfair labor practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board against ValleyCare of Ohio, which operates TMH.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- ValleyCare Health System of Ohio today reported that "limited personal identification data belonging to some patients who were seen at physician practices and clinics affiliated with ValleyCare Health System of Ohio over the past five years was transferred out of our organization in a criminal cyber attack by a foreign-based intruder."
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Community Health Systems Inc., which operates four hospitals in the Mahoning and Shenango valleys, announced this morning that it was the victim of a data breach targeting nonmedical patient identification data.
CHS, based in Franklin, Tenn., confirms that its computer network had been hit in April and June, the company reported in a filing today with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. CHS operates ValleyCare Health System of Ohio, which operates three hospitals in Mahoning and Trumbull counties, and Sharon Regional Health System in Sharon, Pa.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Sometimes, Violet Parker doesn’t get there in time.
As a member of the volunteer vigil team at Hospice of the Valley, her duty is to be at the bedsides of patients in their final hours. In some cases, the call comes late at night – or, depending on your view, early in the morning – informing her she needs to go a patient’s house or nursing home. That drive can take as long as an hour.
WARREN, Ohio -- The Trumbull Memorial Health Foundation, which has more than $300,000 to award in grants later this year, is looking for innovative programs that serve health needs of Trumbull County, Patrick K. Wilson announced Thursday.
Wilson is chairman of the board of the foundation.
The foundation is inviting requests for proposals as part of its ongoing effort to identify and provide funds to the best local initiatives that promote health services and/or health education.
- Hospice Volunteers Earn a ‘Paycheck of the Heart’ - August 18, 2014
- Trumbull Memorial Foundation Has $300K for Grants - August 15, 2014
- Cleveland Clinic to Build $276M Cancer Building - August 14, 2014
- Ohio Workers' Comp Announces $1 Billion Rebate - August 14, 2014
- Western Reserve Health Foundation Invites Proposals - August 13, 2014
- $9 Million Antonine Village Set to Open in November - August 7, 2014
- Community Health Systems Settles US Billing Probe - August 6, 2014
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