At Illinois hospital: Diabetes RNs & f/s team
- IL hospital helps gang members to remove symbols of their past. Klatt, Mary Beth // AHA News;2/13/95, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p5
Reports that Elgin, Il.-based Saint Joseph Hospital is helping gang members to replace their tattoos with a new life. St. Joseph Hospital's service offer to various jails around Illinois; Transportation for training of an on-site physician and technician to jails.
- Illinois hospital helps gang members remove symbols of their past. // Trustee;Apr95, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p3
Describes Operation Fresh Start, a free gang tattoo-removal offered at Saint Joseph Hospital, Elgin, Illinois. Laser technology; Places where the service is offered; How the technology works; Public enthusiasm for the program.
- The efficiencies of interdepartmental links. Michaelides, Stephen // Food Management;Feb2000, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p18
Profiles Marcy Stone, director at Nutrition/Diabetes/Hospitality Services at Saint Joseph Hospital in Elgin, Illinois. Career background; Efforts to build partnerships to control cost and increase productivity; Views on labor realities.
- Health plan, physicians collaborate on care. // Hospital Home Health;Nov2009, Vol. 26 Issue 11, p126
The article reports on the partnership between a health plan and a physician practice to help diabetic patients in the U.S.
- Detecting diabetic foot problems. // Consumer Reports on Health;Apr96, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p41
Reports on a test with a `monofilament' device which can alert diabetics to the decline in sensation in their feet and can signal nerve damage. How test is carried out; Percentage of amputations that can be prevented by annual testing.
- Diabetes screening. // New York Amsterdam News;03/15/97, Vol. 88 Issue 11, p16
Reports that New York Methodist Hospital will establish an Alert Diabetes Center, as part of the nationwide campaign to find the millions of Americans who are at risk for diabetes. Where the center will be located.
- Virginia HRSA project underway. Young, Donna // American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;10/1/2003, Vol. 60 Issue 19, p1934
Reports on a study by the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Pharmacy at Richmond and Central Virginia Health Services (CVHS) to determine the effects of clinical pharmacy services on patients with diabetes mellitus. Receipt by CVHS of a grant from the Health Resources and Services...
- Great expectations. Meyeroff, Wendy J. // Countdown;Summer98, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p32
Discusses ways to help diabetic expectant mothers have a healthy pregnancy and babies. Preparation before pregnancy; Importance of having a knowledgeable team to supervise the pregnancy; Need for an advanced practice nurse; Need for a family counselor; Medications and dietary strategies.
- A shot in the arm: Association offers services to diabetic people. Boughton, Kristina // Caribbean Business;6/28/1996 Supplement, Vol. 24 Issue 25, pS6
Focuses on Puerto Rico Diabetes Association's efforts to inform the local population about diabetes and treatment for it. Services offered to diabetics; Kidney complication.