After being held responsible for the high mortality rate among COVID-19 patients in the city, 27 nursing homes, which were earlier barred from admitting COVID-19 patients, will be allowed to do so again starting from September 15. Due to the growing cases and the chaos of looking for beds, BMC […]

Bent Philipson says, “[This] isn’t your typical nursing home.” Pathways Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, part of the Philosophy Care network of facilities, celebrated its 31st anniversary this year with construction crews wrapping up the facility’s head-to-toe building renovations, which started back in the fall of 2017. Bent Philipson, Pathways’ owner […]

Jannette Pippin   | The Daily News Coastal Carolina Community College nursing student Precious Baker will be changing uniforms when she finishes her training. The Navy veteran is looking forward to continuing her service to others in a new way and the challenges the medical profession has seen in the midst […]

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Nursing homes across the state continue to face staffing issues with nearly 30 percent of those responding to a government survey reporting critical employee shortages even as their occupancy rates dipped slightly, a CBS17.com data analysis found. CBS17.com reviewed data Wednesday released by the Centers for […]

LIHU‘E — The Mokihana Club President Terri Gately and the club’s Nursing Scholarship Chair, Becky Fries, announced that 15 students in the Kaua‘i Community College nursing program were recently awarded a total of $20,000 from the club. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic this year, The Mokihana Club was unable to […]

Face masks, eye protection and scrubs. Undergraduate nursing students, a semester and a half away from becoming registered nurses, already looked the part. Many of the students hadn’t seen each other in person since March since UNC School of Nursing courses are all virtual — other than simulation activities, or […]

Abstract and Introduction Abstract Background: Improved discharge planning and extension of care to the general care unit for patients transferring from intensive care may prevent readmission to the intensive care unit and prolonged hospital stays. Morbidity, mortality, and costs increase in readmitted intensive care patients.Objectives: To evaluate the clinical effectiveness […]

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WJW)– The state of Ohio will begin allowing indoor visits at nursing homes and assisted living facilities on Oct. 12. Stark, Ashland counties raised to red level for coronavirus Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Aging Director Ursel McElroy made the announcement during a coronavirus news […]

Ohio will begin allowing indoor visitation at nursing homes, long-term care centers and intermediate care facilities, months after closing their doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Intermediate care facilites, which house people with developmental disabilities, can resume indoor visits this coming Monday, September 28. Nursing homes and long-term care facilities […]

Nursing Homes Can Allow Indoor Visitation On October 12 By: Gabe Rosenberg | WOSU Posted on: Thursday, September 24, 2020 < < Back to COLUMBUS, Ohio (WOSU) — Ohio will begin allowing indoor visitation at nursing homes, long-term care centers and intermediate care facilities, months after closing their doors due […]