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Z-Medica training surgeons on basic bleeding control

Patricia Daddona |

Wallingford-based Z-Medica LLC, which develops and markets hemostatic devices, and the American College of Surgeons (ACS) are providing basic bleeding control instructor training to surgeons.

Health Care Heroes provide healing touch for those in need

With the changing tides in Washington D.C., the healthcare industry is headed into another year of great uncertainty and, most likely, changes.

Vernon flex building on Tolland Tpke. draws $691K

An 8,000-square-foot Vernon flex building on the Tolland Turnpike recently sold for $691,411, brokers say.

Wade seeks to liquidate HealthyCT

Matt Pilon |

A month after placing nonprofit health insurer HealthyCT under a rehabilitation order, the state’s insurance commissioner has notified a judge that she intends to file a petition seeking to...

St. Francis' $15M fundraising campaign aims to grow cancer care

Patricia Daddona |

St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center is kicking off its $15 million Hope & Healing fundraising campaign to expand and transform the Smilow Cancer Hospital Yale-New Haven.

At 99, two Marys leave volunteerism legacy at Johnson Memorial

David Medina |

They're both named Mary.

Verde moves 'heaven and earth' to help patients

Natalie Missakian |

Kathy Noone was new to her job at St. Francis Hospital a few years back when Patricia Verde came to her office, visibly upset about a colon cancer patient. The woman, Verde discovered, had been...

Savo fights ALS for himself, family, others

David Medina |

In 2009, Brian Savo, a husband, father of two children, and an active hockey player for most of his life, was diagnosed with ALS (amyotropic lateral sclerosis), a disease that degenerates the nerves...

Rosenblum gives spinal cord injury patients hope

David Medina |

About half of the 1 million medical doctors in the United States are specialists. Sixty percent of them practice in the eight major areas of psychiatry, surgery, anesthesiology, emergency medicine,...

Hancort uses man's best friend to cheer up, motivate patients

David Medina |

Did you hear the one about the nurse who uses a dog to heal her patients? Well, guess what? It's no joke.

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