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The plan for a new Children's Hospital campus on the Schuylkill waterfront came under intense criticism Tuesday from a Philadelphia review board, which demanded major changes in the design to improve "connectivity" with the city.
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Tuesday gave the city planning commission a first look at its plans for a research and office facility at 700...
The planned financial split this summer of the Jefferson Health System will result in two organizations close to the same size in terms of revenues, but not in term of profits.
Main Line Health and Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals Inc., the core of the Jefferson Health System since 1995, are separating financially, but will continue working together on patient care and in other areas, executives said Monday.
Until now, hospitals have largely dealt with Clostridium difficile, a bacterial infection that bedevils vulnerable patients in health-care settings, by attempting to prevent it with intensive disinfection or treating it with antibiotics.
Finding seen despite nationwide push against unnecessary use, to prevent drug resistance
When Monnette Sudler's phone rang on Oct. 27, she recognized the number. It was Temple University Hospital. As she breathed oxygen from a tank, Sudler, 61, a Germantown jazz guitarist who has played with the greats, hardly dared to hope: Was this her chance for a new life?
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia announced Friday a $5 million gift from Giant Food Stores L.L.C. toward the $425 million Buerger Center for Advanced Pediatric Care under construction at the hospital's University City campus.
Study finds big differences in what medications patients get during and after procedure
Every year, 90,000 kids go the emergency room for assaults suffered on school grounds. Now, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is doing something about it right here in Philly.
40 percent admit to feeling emotionally exhausted, researchers report
Striverdi Respimat relaxes lung airways to improve breathing
Virus launches assault on multiple organs, keeping patients hydrated is often key, experts say
Agency also plans to send 50 more experts to the affected countries
Research reveals ongoing struggle in the cells of infected people
Overall, 1 in 10 consultations in the U.S. now involves a person with the illness, CDC says
Heat contributes to nearly one-third of those deaths, report finds
Timing of arrival at ER affects how quickly an angioplasty is done, research shows
Deadly virus relatively slow to transmit, and travel factors make spread from West Africa unlikely