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Centura Health at Home rolls out new vehicles for employees
Posted: 7/18/2007 at 12:02:06 PM

Centura Health at Home recently rolled out a new fleet of vehicles for 65 of its full-time employees, which Centura is hoping will boost employee morale, reduce staff turnover and maintain a continuity of high-quality care for patients.



Diminishing Returns
Posted: 7/18/2007 at 1:43:06 PM

Laughing with Elizabeth. . . By Elizabeth Bussey Sowdal, RN



Time Goes On
Posted: 7/18/2007 at 1:51:35 PM

My Thoughts... Commentary by Virginia Gillispie, RN, ND, CNS



Overdrive
Posted: 7/18/2007 at 1:52:25 PM

A Moment of Inspiration... Commentary by Vickie Jenkins



Technology improves care at new Children’s Hospital
Posted: 7/18/2007 at 1:47:49 PM

The latest technology is everywhere at The new Children’s Hospital, helping pediatric patients heal faster and making their stay more comfortable and convenient for everyone in the family.



PVH named among nations top 100 for fourth consecutive year
Posted: 7/18/2007 at 1:50:48 PM

PVHS named in nation’s 100 for Most Wired and 25 for Most Wireless



Flight for Life Colorado plans annual bike rally
Posted: 7/18/2007 at 1:49:41 PM

The Third Annual Denver to Dillon Ride for LIfe motorcycle rally will take place July 28, 2007 to support Flight for Life Colorado.



Study finds patients taking inhaled steroids at risk
Posted: 7/18/2007 at 1:53:32 PM

Patients with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) are increasingly being prescribed inhaled corticosteroids to control exacerbations of the disease, but a new study finds that the anti-inflammatory drugs increase the chances that these patients will be hospitalized for pneumonia.



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