All articles by Bhavana Navuluri
Four hospitals closed in Syria after attacks by government forces, says SOHR
Four hospitals in the Daraa province of Syria have closed their operations due to air strikes by the Syrian Government.
Realtors Thomas Partners Properties to develop $200m wellness concept village in California
Real estate firm Thomas Partners Properties is planning to develop a $200m wellness village, The Oasis, in Los Angeles county, California, to provide health services in combination with hospitality.
Skanska to expand Orange Regional Medical Center in New York
Orange Regional Medical Center in Middletown, New York, has selected Skanska USA Building for expanding its 73-acre hospital campus.
3fivetwo Group buys St Joseph’s Hospital in Ireland
Private healthcare company 3fivetwo Group has agreed to buy St Joseph’s Hospital in Sligo, Ireland, in its efforts to expand in the country.
Cancer Research UK launches Major Centres for personalised treatment of patients
Cancer Research UK is launching Major Centres at its Oxford, Manchester and Cambridge hubs to support research in early detection of cancer and personalised medicine.
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OhioHealth to open $300m neuroscience centre in Columbus
Healthcare group OhioHealth is opening a new $300m neuroscience centre on its Riverside Methodist Hospital campus in Columbus on 6 July.
Two hospitals temporarily close in South Korea to control MERS spread
South Korean authorities have temporarily closed two hospitals in the country’s capital Seoul, to control the spread of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus.
Australian states oppose federal proposal to avoid hospital funding
The Australian Government is planning to avoid funding public hospitals by delegating it to state governments, a leaked discussion paper has revealed.
SimPrints secures funds to develop fingerprint scanner for patient identification
UK tech start-up SimPrints has secured funding from the Saving Lives at Birth Grand Challenge to develop a mobile biometric scanner to maintain health records.
Hackers used Heartbleed bug to breach CHS data: TrustedSec
Hackers have reportedly used Heartbleed internet vulnerability to hack into the database of US-based hospitals group Community Health Systems.