When the COVID-19 pandemic forced millions of Americans to lock down in their homes, telehealth became a huge part of many peoples’ lives. The ability to meet with your doctor through video chat or telephone became a crucial way to stay healthy without going into a physical office.
University Hospitals is one of the first hospitals in the nation and the first in Northesat Ohio to administer cardiac contractility modulation therapy, according to a news release from UH.
Adult day services at Heritage Manor Rehabilitation & Retirement Community in Youngstown reopened with Kristine Morrone as the new director.
Hooverwood Living, a Jewish assisted living facility in Indianapolis, recently opened Indiana’s only elder abuse shelter, The Shalom Sanctuary Center for Elder Abuse. It is the first elder abuse shelter in the state in nearly 30 years.
The early morning sun between the blinds; the sign of a new day. A new opportunity to live today healthy. To develop a routine, and create steps toward the path of health you’ve always envisioned.
Beachwood Medical Center, now part of the University Hospitals Health System, at 25501 Chagrin Blvd. in Beachwood has an updated sign to reflect its UH affiliation.
University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital has been recognized as a best children’s hospital for 2021-22 by U.S. News & World Report. UH Rainbow ranks among the nation’s top 50 children’s hospitals in eight specialties, three of which rank in the nation’s top 25.
University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center and Case Western Reserve University are conducting a clinical research study to learn whether skin or tissue samples can be used to distinguish Lewy body dementia from other type of dementia and from non-dementia individuals.
It wasn’t that long ago when patients who did not find relief through conventional treatments for shoulder pain were forced to resign themselves to a life with pain and limited mobility. Particularly for those with rotator cuff tears and advanced arthritis, options were limited.
Over the past year or so we have all focused – and rightly so – on how to best protect ourselves from COVID-19. However, it’s important not to neglect other aspects of summer safety, especially as we venture outside again and leave our self-imposed quarantines. Here are some important safety…
Over a year-and-a-half into the COVID-19 crisis, most of us have already heard about the link between vitamin D deficiency and the coronavirus.
A new economic impact report found that University Hospitals contributes $10.3 billion into state and regional economies, a 33% increase in economic output since the last economic impact report conducted in 2016. The report also found that UH is responsible for helping nearly 45,000 households.
MASS Design Group has been engaged by the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland to build the St. Vincent Charity Health Campus in Cleveland’s Central Neighborhood.
Cleveland Clinic Marymount Hospital in Garfield Heights has received Magnet recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Magnet recognition is the highest honor an organization can receive for professional nursing practice. Marymount Hospital joins 39 Ohio health care instituti…
A recent Cleveland Clinic study shows survivors of COVID-19 with moderate or severe obesity potentially have a greater risk of enduring long-term consequences of the disease, compared with patients who don’t have obesity. The study was reported in the journal of Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism.