Health Care/Wellness

Margaret Faut Callahan, Ph.D., will cap her tenure as dean of Marquette University’s College of Nursing in August to move to Loyola University Chicago, where she will become provost for the school’s health science division.
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The inaugural class of 26 medical students began their orientation at the new Medical College of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus today. The classrooms and administrative space for MCW-Green Bay are located in the new Gehl-Mulva Science Center at St. Norbert College.
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ProHealth Care’s expanded and renovated Mukwonago emergency department is set to open on Monday. Located at the D. N. Greenwald Center campus at 240 Maple Ave., the updated emergency department was a $38 million investment.
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The statewide health care organization AboutHealth was established July 14, and just ahead of the one-year anniversary its leaders gathered together for the first time publicly to discuss their motivations and objectives. The event, geared at C-suite business leaders and health benefits decision-makers, took place Friday at the Wisconsin Club.
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The Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin was selected as one of 15 nonprofit and non-governmental organization sites in the United States and Canada to participate in “Change in Mind: Apply Neuroscience to Revitalize Communities,” a three-year initiative of the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities, in partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Norlien Foundation. The Children’s Hospital is the only children’s hospital in the nation that was chosen to participate in the Change in Mind initiative.
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Sunburn ranks as the top summer health concern in Wisconsin and the nation, according to the Quarterly Health of Wisconsin Report, published Tuesday by Aurora Health Care.
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Greenfield-based Advanced Pain Management has hired several new employees. Physician assistant Deborah Degnan will see patients at the Greenfield, Racine and Kenosha clinics; Dr. Prabhdeep Grewal, a physician, will see patients at the Medical College of Wisconsin; and nurse practitioner Sarah Radke will see patients at the Greenfield and Franklin clinics.
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Margaret Faut Callahan, Ph.D., will cap her tenure as dean of Marquette University’s College of Nursing in August to move to Loyola University Chicago, where she will become provost for the school’s health science division.
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The U.S. Supreme Court on June 25 voted 6-3 to uphold the provision of the Affordable Care Act that allows people using the federal health insurance market to receive tax subsidies.
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Margaret Faut Callahan, Ph.D., will cap her tenure as dean of Marquette University’s College of Nursing in August to move to Loyola University Chicago, where she will become provost for the school’s health science division.
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