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Two Alabama Hospitals Recognized Nationally for Maternity Outcomes
Two Alabama Hospitals Recognized Nationally for Maternity Outcomes

"We're thrilled. I knew we had good quality outcomes and I knew this was something we focused on, but I had no idea how well we stacked up against other hospitals in the nation," says Jesanna Cooper, MD, OBGYN and chair of the Women and Infants Department at Princeton Baptist Medical Center.

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Tale of Two Nurses: Niece Donates a Kidney to her Aunt
Tale of Two Nurses: Niece Donates a Kidney to her Aunt

If you ask Rebecca Harrison, RN and her aunt, Sue Gravelle, RN, about sacrifice, they will each point to the other. But last November, Harrison put her life on hold--and at risk--to give one of her kidneys to Gravelle.

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One-and-Done Infusion Option for Cellulitis
One-and-Done Infusion Option for Cellulitis

When a patient presents to the emergency room with cellulitis--a soft tissue infection--they often end up admitted to the hospital for an average stay of around 3.8 days.

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Poison Control Centers Important to Our Communities
Every eight seconds, someone calls a poison center. These centers, located throughout the United States, are saving lives everyday and saving money by eliminating unnecessary health care expenses. In Alabama alone last year, the Regional Poison Control Center saved $16 million in uninsured costs, private insurance, and Medicaid just by answering the telephone.
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