700 block of McKinley Avenue in Mundelein, was charged June 6 with driving under the influence, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, failure to notify of an accident and failure to notify of a vehicle damage. Police said Tellez-Cruz struck a parked car near Midland Avenue and Courtland Street. Tellez-Cruz is scheduled to appear in court June 28, police said.
The financial results for Michigan Medicine include performance from the University of Michigan Health System’s three hospitals, 125 clinics and the UM Medical Group, as well as UM Health, which represents Michigan Medicine’s affiliation with Metro Health in Grand Rapids.
“We did have a good year that’s getting us back on the track that we need to be on,” Castillo said. “It’s just management and people focusing on making sure we’re able to take care of the volume of people we have coming in without having a significant cost.”
The health system also opened a new Brighton Center for Speciality Care in Livingston County in September 2018. In March, Michigan Medicine signed a joint affiliation agreement with Sparrow Health System to provide some of its pediatric services through Sparrow children’s Center in Lansing.
Michigan Medicine’s budget overview noted Metro Health anticipates requiring access to capital. As part of the 2020 operating budget, UM approved a line of credit between the health system Metro. Borrowing on the line of credit will not exceed $125 million over a five-year period.
Authorities in southwest Virginia have charged an practitioner of alternative medicine with 65 counts of performing procedures without a license.
The Roanoke Times reports that Martin Riding of Radford has been indicted on multiple felony and misdemeanor violations.
Police said Riding has performed numerous invasive medical procedures he did not lot have a license to conduct. The 66-year-old is not a doctor and operates a clinic called Renew For Life from his home.
The effect is purely physiological, not psychological," said Dr. John Morton, chief of bariatric and minimally invasive surgery at Yale School of Medicine, who reviewed the findings. "Gastric bypass surgery removes 95 percent of the stomach.
For this study, the Pitt researchers followed nearly 2,500 adults who had weight-loss surgery at one of 10 hospitals across the United States. About eight out of 10 were women and 86 percent were white. Their median age was 46, meaning half were older, half younger. The patients were followed.
The nation's most popular weight-loss surgery, sleeve gastrectomy, also removes a portion of the stomach, although not as much as Roux-en-Y gastric bypass. A third type of bariatric surgery is gastric banding, which ties off the upper portion of the stomach.
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