William Grete of Jackson, Miss., has joined USA Health as the health system’s senior in-house legal counsel executive
The new facility will increase patient access to advanced healthcare in west Mobile.
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The council will be open to current and former patients and their siblings who range in age from 14 to 19 years old. To be eligible, a patient would have been hospitalized during the past four years, beginning in August, 2016.
Noh is the only urologist in the southern half of Alabama who specializes in treating urologic conditions in children.
In addition to epilepsy, Yuliati will treat autism, headaches, concussions, traumatic brain injuries, brain tumors, vascular malformations and cerebral palsy with a special interest and research focus on neonatal seizures, neurocritical care and epilepsy surgery.
Pallavi Patil, M.D., was in her first year of medical school when a micrograph of cells captured her attention. The image, taken with a scanning electron microscope, generated her interest in studying the pathophysiology of disease.
Louis and Melinda Mapp have announced their intentions to donate approximately eight acres of land in Baldwin County to the University of South Alabama.
A recent discovery at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine shows there is a contributor in the body that helps fight viral infections.
Allen Broome, Pharm.D., has been named director of health system pharmacy for USA Health. In this position, Broome will oversee clinical and financial operations for USA Health’s pharmacies located at University Hospital, Children’s & Women’s Hospital and the Mitchell Cancer Institute.
Breakthrough technology is providing researchers at USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute a more precise understanding of how cancer cells grow.
As the opioid crisis continues to impact communities across the world, a physician-scientist at USA Health has been named the principal investigator of an international phase II clinical trial to evaluate the safety of a drug for babies born with neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome.
Felicia Quick, and her husband, Mike, a former firefighter, were outside a Mobile County License Commission office when a man collapsed. As someone called 911, the Quicks went to work.