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VA Reviews Site Proposals for New Clinic

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – A decision on where the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will situate its new Youngstown Community Based Outpatient Clinic is expected later this month a Veterans Administration official says. The department opened its clinic, 2031 Belmont Ave., Youngstown, in 1992. It solicited lease proposals for up to a 20-year term.  Review of […]

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – A decision on where the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will situate its new Youngstown Community Based Outpatient Clinic is expected later this month a Veterans Administration official says. The department opened its clinic, 2031 Belmont Ave., Youngstown, in 1992. It solicited lease proposals for up to...

Cleveland Clinic Delivers Baby from Uterine Transplant

CLEVELAND – For just the second time anywhere in the world – and first time in North America – the Cleveland Clinic has delivered a baby from a uterus transplanted by a deceased donor.  The transplant and birth is part of an ongoing clinical trial at the Cleveland Clinic to treat uterine factor infertility, an […]

CLEVELAND – For just the second time anywhere in the world – and first time in North America – the Cleveland Clinic has delivered a baby from a uterus transplanted by a deceased donor.  The transplant and birth is part of an ongoing clinical trial at the Cleveland Clinic to...

Using Medical Marijuana? You’re Fired

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Employees who think that a medical marijuana prescription card is a license to use the substance on the job should think again. Doing so could get them fired immediately. “It’s already a problem,” reports Rocky DiGennaro, president of the Western Reserve Construction and Building Trades Council. “This is going to impact the […]

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Employees who think that a medical marijuana prescription card is a license to use the substance on the job should think again. Doing so could get them fired immediately. “It’s already a problem,” reports Rocky DiGennaro, president of the Western Reserve Construction and Building Trades Council. “This...

One Health Ohio Expands Dental Care with New Office

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The newest expansion for One Health Ohio is in a place very familiar to CEO Dr. Ron Dwinnells. The dental clinic in Northside Medical Center is just a stone’s throw from where he started his medical career as a resident at Tod Children’s Hospital. “Dental was a significant part of Northside even […]

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The newest expansion for One Health Ohio is in a place very familiar to CEO Dr. Ron Dwinnells. The dental clinic in Northside Medical Center is just a stone’s throw from where he started his medical career as a resident at Tod Children’s Hospital. “Dental was a...

BWC Board OKs $1.5B Rebate for Ohio Employers

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The board of directors for the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation approved a proposal Friday from Gov. Mike DeWine to send $1.5 billion of the agency’s revenues to Ohio employers covered by the BWC system.  BWC, the state’s insurance fund for injured workers, will begin sending checks to approximately 180,000 private and […]

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The board of directors for the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation approved a proposal Friday from Gov. Mike DeWine to send $1.5 billion of the agency’s revenues to Ohio employers covered by the BWC system.  BWC, the state’s insurance fund for injured workers, will begin sending checks...

Leaf Relief Dispensary Opens in Boardman

BOARDMAN, Ohio — It’s been six months since Steven Baddeley received his medical marijuana card to treat symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and hepatitis C, and he says it’s a much better situation than before. “You have to go above and beyond and take chances that other people aren’t willing to take,” Baddeley says.  […]

BOARDMAN, Ohio -- It’s been six months since Steven Baddeley received his medical marijuana card to treat symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and hepatitis C, and he says it’s a much better situation than before. “You have to go above and beyond and take chances that other people aren’t...

Grove City College, BC3 to Launch Joint Nursing Program

GROVE CITY, Pa. – Grove City College is partnering with Butler County Community College to create a baccalaureate program in nursing. Plans call for the program to launch in the fall of 2020. Through the newly established Charles Jr. and Betty Johnson School of Nursing at Grove City College, students will attend classes at Grove […]

GROVE CITY, Pa. – Grove City College is partnering with Butler County Community College to create a baccalaureate program in nursing. Plans call for the program to launch in the fall of 2020. Through the newly established Charles Jr. and Betty Johnson School of Nursing at Grove City College, students...

Youngstown Named a Top City for Pharmacists

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – A study by AdvisorSmith has ranked Youngstown as the No. 6 big city in the country for pharmacists to pursue a career in. The study, which examined 380 American cities, considered average annual salary, cost of living and density of pharmacy jobs in each metropolitan area. The big city category considers cities […]

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – A study by AdvisorSmith has ranked Youngstown as the No. 6 big city in the country for pharmacists to pursue a career in. The study, which examined 380 American cities, considered average annual salary, cost of living and density of pharmacy jobs in each metropolitan area. The...

NEOMED Among Partners for $3.7M Grant

ROOTSTOWN, Ohio – Northeast Ohio Medical University is among the partners sharing a $3.7 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration to study primary care for seniors. Over the next five years, the university and its partners will use online teaching tools, simulations and experiential training to improve training for doctors that will […]

ROOTSTOWN, Ohio – Northeast Ohio Medical University is among the partners sharing a $3.7 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration to study primary care for seniors. Over the next five years, the university and its partners will use online teaching tools, simulations and experiential training to improve...

Drug Treatment Centers Embrace Recovery

Brown Touts opioid crisis Fight Funding in Spending Bill

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Dealing with those suffering from substance abuse is a challenge, but for Larry Moliterno, CEO of Meridian HealthCare, it’s also an opportunity to witness progress by those taking advantage of treatment programs.  Fewer people are overdosing, Moliterno says. Yet staff at Meridian HealthCare has to keep up with the unrelenting scourge of […]

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Dealing with those suffering from substance abuse is a challenge, but for Larry Moliterno, CEO of Meridian HealthCare, it’s also an opportunity to witness progress by those taking advantage of treatment programs.  Fewer people are overdosing, Moliterno says. Yet staff at Meridian HealthCare has to keep up...