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Lynne Adkins from KYW Newsradio spoke with Linwood Haith, M.D., medical director of the Crozer Burn Center, about the growing risk of fires involving home medical oxygen units.
Oxygen units in the home have become more commonplace. And now, a danger associated with the treatment is growing.
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Please help us congratulate all of the Crozer-Keystone Employees of the Quarter for the first quarter of 2016.
Crozer-Keystone Health System recently chose 10 employees as recipients of Employee of the Quarter awards.
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Crozer-Keystone is proud to add Patti Hollenback, B.S.N., R.N., OCN and the staff of DCMH’s Emergency Department to its growing list of Main Line Today Healthcare Heroes.
For four consecutive years, Crozer-Keystone Health System employees have been recognized as ‘Healthcare Heroes’ by Main Line Today magazine.
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LifeZette spoke with Kathy Macagnone, R.N., perinatal bereavement coordinator at Delaware County Memorial Hospital, about DCMH's perinatal hospice and palliative care program.
I have three living children. Each of my pregnancies was met with a whirlwind of emotion, planning, and fear. “Am I eating right?” “Is my baby growing on schedule?” “Will he be healthy?” These are all common concerns among new parents. But what happens when things don’t progress according to plan? What happens when planning for your baby’s birth includes the grave sadness of planning for her death? The miracles of modern medicine include an array...
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In honor of National Infertility Awareness Week, Albert El-Roeiy, M.D., medical director of the HAN Fertility Center, reflects on the emotional highs and lows experienced by infertility patients and their care teams.
Albert El-Roeiy, M.D., medical director of the HAN Fertility Center, reflects on the emotional highs and lows of infertility patients.
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It’s important to regularly inspect your skin for new spots or changes to existing moles and alert your doctor if you see anything you think may be abnormal.
It’s important to regularly inspect your skin for new spots or changes to existing moles and alert your doctor if you see anything you think may be abnormal.
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The cold, harsh winter may have led you to less-than-healthy comfort food, but now that spring is here, it’s time to clean out that junk from your diet and start feeling as fresh as a daisy.
The cold, harsh winter may have led you to less-than-healthy comfort food, but now that spring is here, it’s time to clean out that junk from your diet and start feeling as fresh as a daisy.
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Join orthopedic surgeon Curt Miller, M.D. for a live web chat on Philly.com today at noon.
Join orthopedic surgeon Curt Miller, M.D. for “Do I Need to See an Orthopedic Surgeon?,” a live web chat on Philly.com at noon on Thursday, April 28.
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Crozer-Keystone family medicine physician Kathryn Beldowski, M.D. co-published a study on the importance of cancer screenings for people 65 years of age and older in American Family Physician, the journal of the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Although cancer is the second leading cause of death among persons 65 years and older, there is a paucity of clinical trial data about the effectiveness and harms of cancer screening in this population. Given the heterogeneous nature of the older population, cancer screening in these patients should not be based on age alone. Studies suggest that a life expectancy of at least 10 years is necessary to derive a survival benefit from screening for b...
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The human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine protects against many strains of HPV, which cause mouth, throat, cervical and genital cancers, and genital warts. In this article in the Delaware County Daily Times, Stephanie Tanner, M.D., a resident in the Pediatric Residency Program at Crozer-Chester Medical Center, explains the importance of the HPV 3-vaccine.
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Congratulations to the 35 Crozer-Keystone physicians included in Philadelphia magazine's 2016 "Top Doctors" issue.
Thirty-five Crozer-Keystone Health System physicians were included in Philadelphia magazine’s 2016 “Top Doctors” issue published this month.
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We are proud to announce that Crozer-Chester Medical Center has received a Blue Distinction® Center+ designation in the area of cardiac care. The Blue Distinction Centers+ recognition is awarded by Blue Cross and Blue Shield companies for delivering quality care and better overall outcomes for patients, while also meeting key requirements for cost-efficiency.
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Crozer-Keystone Health System, located minutes from Philadelphia, is the dominant provider of health care in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, northern Delaware, and part of western New Jersey. The population covered represents almost a million people.