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New UC San Diego Shiley EyeMobile for Children visits schools to serve low-income families

The new UC San Diego Shiley EyeMobile for Children has started its engine and is traveling to schools across San Diego County to serve low-income families who need eye exams. The new EyeMobile is a 33-foot-long furnished recreational vehicle with two examination rooms, as well as a waiting room for children and families. There’s even …

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Family claims staff at San Diego Psychiatric Hospital failed to prevent loved one's suicide

Family claims staff at San Diego Psychiatric Hospital failed to prevent loved one’s suicide

Tyler Thatcher-Cox was on suicide watch at Aurora Hospital. The family say nurses saw him tying a noose but did not watch him for more than 3 hours. SAN DIEGO – On July 4, 2022, a San Diego grandmother and her two daughters received the call they feared. Their nephew, Tyler Thatcher-Cox, 22, was dead. …

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UC San Diego School of Medicine finds stem cell rehabilitation treatment for spinal cord injury - UCSD Guardian

UC San Diego School of Medicine finds stem cell rehabilitation treatment for spinal cord injury – UCSD Guardian

The Institute for Translational Neuroscience at UC San Diego School of Medicine has achieved its latest breakthrough in the treatment of spinal cord injury after the culmination of 30 years of research. In a paper published August 22, a team of researchers led by Dr. Mark Tuszynski used rats as a model to discover that …

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For subscribers: do this.  Not that.  San Diego Finance Professionals Open Enrollment Hacks

For subscribers: do this. Not that. San Diego Finance Professionals Open Enrollment Hacks

Q. Can a person be overinsured through workplace programs? A. One of the most overused workplace insurance programs is Accidental Death and Dismemberment (ADD) policies. They are very cheap, but that’s because they rarely pay. (People don’t often get dismembered. There are many more ways to die than in an accident that this policy doesn’t …

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MedZed Partnership with Molina Healthcare Aims to Reduce Hospital Utilization Among San Diego Area High-Risk Populations - State of Reform

MedZed Partnership with Molina Healthcare Aims to Reduce Hospital Utilization Among San Diego Area High-Risk Populations – State of Reform

A program recently implemented through a partnership between MedZed and Molina Healthcare providing home medical care and social supports to high-risk Molina Medi-Cal members has significantly reduced hospital utilization rates in the San Diego, according to MedZed Co-Founder and Chief Physician Neil Solomon, MD. Get the latest information on state-specific policies for the healthcare industry …

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UC San Diego Health Earns Advanced Certification in Spine Surgery

UC San Diego Health Earns Advanced Certification in Spine Surgery

image: Certification was achieved through an interdisciplinary collaboration between the Department of Neurological Surgery and the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at UC San Diego Health. see After Credit: UC San Diego Health UC San Diego Health has earned the Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval for Advanced Certification in Spine Surgery (ACSS) by meeting or …

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