The Englewood Hospital and Medical Center's water had high levels of lead, the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) said.
Doctors removed a rusty surgical clamp from the stomach of a man who had his surgery 18 years ago.
Elena Griffing has been a dedicated hospital figure at the Sutter Health Alta Bates Summit Medical Center for an astonishing 70 years and the 90-year-old has no plans yet of giving notice to her employers that she will be retiring.
A nurse in Pennsylvania had reportedly scrubbed into surgery while intoxicated earlier this month.
An updated Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revealed that blacks do not receive as much consistent HIV care than either whites or Hispanics.
A leaked report revealed that a home-schooled boy in Wales died from scurvy without the benefit of welfare intervention from the government.
Formerly conjoined twin Conner Mirabal bade farewell to his hospital home for 13 months while leaving his brother Carter behind to receive further treatment and care.
An experimental drug has left one participant brain dead and five others in critical condition, the French health ministry stated.
Babies who are born outside of the hospital have a slightly higher risk of death, a new study found.
NFL star Tom Brady granted an eight-year old leukemia patient’s Christmas wish by giving her a personal meet-and-greet at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts before flying off to a game in New York
HMO Consortium Kaiser Permanente is set to establish its own school of medicine that reinforces its integrated model of managed healthcare.
758 hospitals across the United States will be fined for safety incidents, a new Medicare report revealed.
There's no stopping Maggie and Mark Batt-Rawden from finally getting married even on the brink of death.
A baby who is born on the weekend has a higher risk of dying, a new study found.,
A baby who spent his first two months in a Miami hospital is now back home in Utah after his premature birth on a cruise ship
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.