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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- Gil Goldberg wants small businesses to understand that they have options in how they provide health-care coverage. That was the key message the director for the Cleveland District of the U.S. Small Business Administration wanted to impart during Monday’s seminar on the Affordable Care Act.
BOARDMAN, Ohio -- The Davis Family YMCA is looking for adult cancer survivors to participate in the "LiveStrong at the YMCA" program
LiveStrong at the YMCA is a 12-week small group program designed for adult cancer survivors who have become "de-conditioned or chronically fatigued from their treatment and/or disease," says Beth Scheller, the YMCA's vice president of strategic advancement.
The program is offered without cost to the participants and runs from Feb. 2 to April 22, meeting Mondays and Wednesdays from 1 to 2:30 p.m.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- A $100,000 grant from the Western Reserve Health Foundation will help the Mahoning County Juvenile Court launch a new program to identify and recommend treatment for drug and mental health issues in the families of young offenders.
In addition, a foundation grant of $70,900 will support the county Board of Health’s new “Centering Pregnancy” program, which will help groups of at-risk pregnant women choose health-promoting behaviors and teach those to their infants.
WARREN, Ohio -- Akron Children’s Hospital has taken over operation of the pediatric unit at Mercy Health Youngstown’s St. Joseph Warren Hospital.
Akron Children’s assumed pediatric operations at 8 a.m. Tuesday, ACH spokeswoman Annie Sofran says. The two hospitals signed an agreement last spring for Akron Children’s to operate the five-bed pediatric unit as well as a six-bed special care nursery, which will open later this year.
FRANKLIN, Tenn. -- Community Health Systems Inc. expects to report net operating revenues of $4.9 billion for the final three months of 2014, the company reports.
The company, which operates ValleyCare Health System of Ohio in northeastern Ohio and Sharon Regional Health System in western Pennsylvania, also projects net operating revenues of $18.6 billion for the year, according to a preview of its fourth quarter and annual results released this morning.
CHS reported net operating revenues of $3.2 billion during the final quarter of 2013 and $12.8 billion for the year.