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Washington Township Health Care District lays off employees but open discussion

FREMONT — Without a open notice, contention or vote, administrators during a Washington Township Health Care District have begun expelling hundreds of worker positions to cut costs.

Officials pronounced they had no choice though to discharge 200 full-time positions, some-more than 13 percent of their workforce, following declines in studious volume and reduced payment rates from state and sovereign health programs and private insurance. The workforce reductions — approaching to save a district $16.1 million — enclosed layoffs for about 68 employees, many who work during a 389-bed Washington Hospital in Fremont.

But house members of a sanatorium district —

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Thursday, January 17th, 2013 Salary Of A Dentist No Comments

'Silent epidemic' of dental illness threatens bad kids' health

Every time Dr. Martee Engel treats a immature studious whose teeth have brownish-red or white bleached spots, she’s reminded of an strident problem inspiring children – quite bad children.

Engel sees some-more than her share of early childhood tooth spoil as dental executive during Denver Harbor Clinic in northeast Houston. The hospital treats mostly bad children who are twice as expected as some-more abundant children to have untreated tooth decay, studies show.

While altogether verbal health caring for adults and children has improved, tooth spoil continues to be a many common ongoing illness among children. It can have critical amicable and health

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Tuesday, March 6th, 2012 Dentistry No Comments

American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Responds to Institute of Medicine Report on "Improving Access to Oral Heath …

To: HEALTH, MEDICAL AND NATIONAL EDITORS

Contact: Erika Skorupskas, +1-312-337-2169, ext. 27, erika@aapd.org

CHICAGO, Jul 14, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), a famous personality in children’s verbal health, welcomes a courtesy and a recognition of a Institute of Medicine (IOM) to improving entrance to verbal health care, generally for a many exposed children. The goal of a AAPD is to foster optimal verbal health for all children, and a members are a frontline providers of verbal health caring for a nation’s infants, children, teenagers and patients with special health caring needs.

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Friday, July 15th, 2011 General Dentistry No Comments

Dental health stays priority for Easton’s Two Rivers health foundation

teeth during dentistView full sizeThere are internal options accessible for low-income families whose children need dental care.When Two Rivers Health and Wellness Foundation began a free work, Janet Mease, a foundation’s clamp boss for village affairs, pronounced she was mostly repelled by a miss of simple medical caring accessible to many in Northampton County.

Nearly a decade later, a arrests of 3 relatives final month for unwell to yield even a many simple dental caring for their

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Monday, May 23rd, 2011 Dental Offices No Comments


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