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Get medical treatments on IMEs free of charge from the best multi-specialty partner hospitals of Bajaj Finserv

Today, several multi-specialty hospitals (MSH) offer new and advanced treatments. For example, the neurosurgical care unit at Apollo Hospital has neuro-intensive care units and a neurological rehabilitation center. From deep…

COVID-19 causing delays in other medical treatments – RCI

As hospitals and medical staff focus on the pandemic, many Canadians with other health issues have been left behind (Claude Vickery-CBC) With hospitals and medical staff concerned and prioritizing SARS-CoV-2…

Baton Rouge medical services are adjusting to the new normal and wondering: where have the non-coronavirus patients gone? | Coronavirus

Local medical departments are bouncing back to normal after the state’s stay-at-home order was partially lifted, as hospitals and clinics accept more elective procedures and move away from telemedicine. “I…

MercyOne Clinton Resumes Certain Medical Services and Elective Surgery | Coronavirus

CLINTON – MercyOne, one of Iowa’s largest healthcare systems, is resuming healthcare services in Clinton that had been temporarily suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the positive impact of…

Hospitals are returning to a full menu of medical services

FAIRFIELD — There has been no full discussion of Covid-19 at Solano County hospitals in recent months. In fact, the majority of respiratory cases are due to causes other than…

How the USS Makin Island and Fleet Medical Team responded to the COVID-19 outbreak on the USS Kidd

The amphibious assault ship USS Makin Island (LHD-8) underway in the eastern Pacific April 20, 2020. U.S. Navy photo When a COVID-19 outbreak hit the USS Kidd (DDG-100) Last month,…

You can enjoy 800+ medical treatments on EMIs free of charge with digital health EMI card

By 2022, the number of Indians with lifestyle-related diseases will reach 1,060 million, according to a study by Redseer. The main cause of this growing phenomenon is the lack of…