Construction has begun in northeast Bakersfield on a two-story,
50-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital whose developers see it
becoming part of a 46-acre medical-oriented complex along Highway
178 at Morning Drive.
Vibra Healthcare Rehabilitation Hospital, announced Monday, is
expected to offer advanced medical treatment for patients
suffering from stroke, amputation, spinal cord injury, burns and
arthritis, among many other conditions. (bakersfield.com)
It was early Friday morning, and most of the city was asleep when
Kern Medical, Bakersfield’s only trauma center and teaching
hospital pulled the switch, fired up what they consider the
Cadillac of medical record keeping, the Ferrari of digital
patient information — and began a new era. (Bakersfield.com)
Dignity Health Memorial Hospital has received the Pathways to
Excellence Re-Designation, a worldwide credential that emphasizes
Memorial Hospital’s commitment to creating a healthy work
environment for nurses to feel empowered and appreciated.
Bakersfield Heart Hospital will become the first hospital in the
Central Valley to offer a new lung valve treatment for patients
with severe COPD/emphysema.
The Endoscopic Lung Volume Reduction surgery is a minimally
invasive procedure to help emphysema/COPD sufferers breathe
easier without major surgery, according to Bakersfield Heart
Adventist Health in the Central Valley received eight Energy to
Care Awards from the American Society for Health Care Engineering
(AHSE) for reducing energy use and freeing up resources to
support patient care. Adventist Health medical offices in
Coalinga, Fowler, Hanford, Home Garden, Huron, Madera and Selma,
as well as Adventist Health’s Kerr Outpatient Center in Hanford,
received recognition. (The Sentinel)
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