ORMC donates $15,000 to Odessa College health careers program

first_img Smoked Bacon Wrapped French Vidalia OnionHawaiian Roll Ham SlidersSouthern Style Potato SaladPowered By 10 Sec Croissant Breakfast Sandwich Casserole NextStay Registration set for engineering camp WhatsApp Previous articleFoundation scholarship applications availableNext articleUTPB dives into water, energy issues admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Odessa College President Greg Williams talks about how important it is to stay current on changing technologies within the medical field during a check presentation in which Odessa Regional Medical Center donated $15,000 to the Odessa College Foundation Tuesday in the Health Sciences Building. Odessa College will apply the donation to capital expenses for additional equipment in their Health Sciences Building and to scholarships for students pursuing their education in health care careers. Noel earns award Odessa Regional Medical Center has donated $15,000 to Odessa College’s health career programs for additional equipment in the Health Sciences Building to provide real-life experiences in health professions and scholarships.Vice President for Instruction Valerie Jones said Odessa College talks a lot with the community about the importance of partnerships with employers, community partners and the college so entities like Odessa Regional can tell the college of their future needs in health care and the college can prepare curriculum for those practitioners of tomorrow.The funds will go to the Odessa College Foundation.“We need more folks to be able to go into the healthcare professions, to be highly trained, to be expert professionals and to be able to serve this community,” Jones said. “Scholarships help make that possible for folks so that financial restrictions are not a barrier to access for them. Once they get here, they have to have the most current technology; they have to have the relevant equipment; they have to be able to train in real-world experiences so that when they go into the real world and they’re helping you and me and our families in the hospitals and the facilities where we need them most, they’re prepared. …”Stacey Gerig Brown, president of Odessa Regional, said Tuesday the hospital appreciates OC’s support of education of medical professionals and hopes the donation will help those who might not otherwise have a chance for schooling in the various healthcare fields.Brown said the hospital hopes to employ a lot of OC graduates in the different areas of specialty, such as nursing, phlebotomists and emergency medical technicians.“Our biggest need is always in nursing. As you know, there’s a national shortage of nurses so we’re always very interested in helping them in terms of their internships and those things when they’re doing their clinicals. We hope to build relationships with them at that time so we can eventually hire them once they complete their training to help us fill vacancies,” Brown said.Odessa College President Gregory Williams thanked ORMC for its generosity.“… This is the lifeblood of what we do because we would hate for dollars to stand in the way of amazing people being able to do wonderful work. And for many in our community, that is the barrier,” Williams said. “There are people who would like to accomplish things, but their finances don’t allow it. They don’t think they can afford to go to school. They don’t think they can afford to take that step.”However, there are grants and scholarships available to students, he added.“We owe not only ORMC, but we owe this entire community our very best. And guess what, when we give our very best they give back to us,” Williams said.More Information Local NewsEducation ORMC donates $15,000 to Odessa College health careers program Pinterest Twitter Pinterest OC Health Careers.ORMC. Twitter Facebook By admin – January 31, 2018 OCA top 2 were ESL students WhatsApp Home Local News Education ORMC donates $15,000 to Odessa College health careers programlast_img read more

BREAKING NEWS FROM TV CHANNEL 44: Man In Hospital After Stand-Off With Police

first_imgMAN IN HOSPITAL AFTER STAND OFF WITH POLICE SEPTEMBER 1ST, 2016 MATT PEAK EVANSVILLE, INDIANA A man is taken to the hospital after a stand-off with police.Evansville Police and SWAT teams were called to a home on 2nd Avenue near Louisiana Street, after reports of a suicidal man on the roof of the house.  The man reportedly had a shotgun, knives, sword, and an American flag with him on the roof.Police tell 44News the man repeatedly threatened to shoot police officers and was ready to take his own life.They shut down 2nd Avenue from Oregon to Florida Streets, and all side streets in the area.A SWAT team entered through the home and apprehended him on the roof.  The man allegedly stabbed himself in the stomach minutes after being captured.Police say no force was used on the suspect, and all injuries were self-inflicted.He was taken to Deaconess Hospital with unknown injuries.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

SCHEDULE OF GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION HELD AT EARLY VOTING CENTERS

first_imgElection Office Civic Center Room 214Monday thru Friday8 am to 4 pmOct. 6th to Nov. 2nd at noon DAYSTIMESDATES Oaklyn Library3001 Oaklyn Dr.Monday thru ThursdayFridayNoon to 6 pmNoon to 5 pmOct. 19th to Oct. 23rd andOct. 26th to Oct 30th 2015 GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION EARLY VOTING VOTE CENTERSEarly voting is for voters who choose to vote early at the Election Office, Libraries or the designated Vote Centers.  Early voting is from Oct. 6, 2015 through Nov. 2, 2015 at noon in the Election Office.  Any questions call the Election Office at 812-435-5122. Salvation Army1040 N. Fulton Ave.Saturday8 am to 3 pmOct. 24th & Oct. 31st North Park Library960 Koehler Dr.Monday thru ThursdayFridayNoon to 6 pmNoon to 5 pmOct. 19th to Oct. 23rd andOct. 26th to Oct 30th Red Bank Library120 S. Red Bank Rd.Monday thru ThursdayFridayNoon to 6 pmNoon to 5 pmOct. 19th to Oct. 23rd andOct. 26th to Oct 30th McCollough Library5115 Washington Ave.Monday thru ThursdayFriday  Noon to 6 pmNoon to 5 pmOct. 19th to Oct. 23rd andOct. 26th to Oct 30th Election OfficeCivic Center Room 214Saturday8 am to 4 pmOct. 24th & Oct. 31st Northeast Park Baptist Church1215 N. Boeke Rd.Saturday8 am to 3 pmOct. 24th & Oct. 31st LOCATIONS Central Library200 SE Martin Luther King Jr. BlvdMonday thru ThursdayFridayNoon to 6 pmNoon to 5 pmOct. 19th to Oct. 23rd andOct. 26th to Oct 30th FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

BLOG: Protecting Pennsylvania’s Consumers

first_imgRead more agency year in review blog posts.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf By: Teresa Miller, Insurance Commissioner SHARE Email Facebook Twitter BLOG: Protecting Pennsylvania’s Consumerscenter_img January 13, 2016 Efficiency,  Government That Works,  The Blog,  Year in Review Since taking office, Governor Wolf and I have set consumer protection as the Insurance Department’s top priority. A big part of helping consumers is letting them know that we are here as a resource for them, and under Governor Wolf’s direction, we have substantially increased our consumer outreach.There were many times throughout 2015 where Governor Wolf and I took an active stand in order to put consumers first and protect them from future harm.Keeping Rates LowI’m also very proud of the work done by my department in reviewing individual and small group health insurance rates this year to ensure that we balanced the needs of the companies involved without placing too much burden on consumers through drastic rate increases. My department was able to save Pennsylvania’s consumers nearly $81 million – an outcome that wasn’t the case in all other states. I’m glad we can tell that story here.CHIPShortly after taking office, we addressed an issue where families enrolled in the full-cost CHIP program were facing tax penalties, because these plans did not meet minimum essential coverage standards dictated by the Affordable Care Act. We worked quickly to bring these plans up to MEC standards and obtained waivers so these families would avoid the tax penalty. Under the direction of Governor Wolf, we brought the remaining CHIP plans up to MEC standards so that more than 150,000 Pennsylvania children enrolled in the program could enjoy improved benefits and coverage standards.Highmark/UPMCThe Insurance Department is also continuing to play a role in protecting consumers affected by the consent decrees signed by Highmark and UPMC in 2014. My department supported Governor Wolf’s decision to go to court in order to protect the access of more than 180,000 seniors in western Pennsylvania to the doctors and hospitals of their choice, by requiring UPMC to stay in Highmark’s Medicare Advantage program, consistent with the terms of the consent decrees.Saving Consumers MoneyAway from the health side, we’ve taken a stand against unfair pricing tactics like the “widow’s penalty” and price optimization – a practice that occurs when insurers consider factors unrelated to expected losses and expenses, such as a customer’s likelihood to shop around for a better price, when setting rates. I issued notices to insurers to remind them that these practices are unfairly discriminatory and my department will not authorize rates that impose costs where additional risk can’t be proven.We’re also continuing to pursue other consumer protection issues, including surprise balance billing, which occurs when patients receive a bill for a service received at an in-network facility with an in-network provider but encounter an out-of-network provider at some point during care.What’s Next?These accomplishments demonstrate the Wolf Administration’s strong commitment to putting consumers first through increasing access to health insurance, ensuring consumers are treated fairly by companies, and educating the public on issues so consumers have the information they need to make the best decisions for themselves and their families.As we move into 2016, we’re going to continue to focus on finding solutions to issues that affect consumers every day.Find Us OnlineOver the summer, we revamped the Insurance Department website to make it much more user-friendly, and we’re making good use of this new platform to reach and educate consumers. We regularly update it with consumer alerts focused on seasonal tips or issues we hear of from consumers, and we’re producing more educational content, such as our videos and shopper’s guide to using and purchasing health insurance, to help consumers make educated and empowered choices.We’ve also joined social media, so head over to Facebook.com/PAInsuranceDepartment or follow us on Twitter @PAInsuranceDept.We’re going to work to become a more visible force in communities around the commonwealth. I want Pennsylvania consumers to know that we’re here as a resource and to connect with consumers in their own environments, and I strongly encourage you to contact us if you have any issues or concerns via our Consumer Services Bureau at 1-877-881-6388 or through our contact form at insurance.pa.govlast_img read more

Man City May Activate Buy-Back Clause On Iheanacho

first_imgManchester City May Activate Buy-Back Clause On Kelechi Iheanacho- Brendan Rogers https://t.co/Ea98ivGL8r via @Main Street Journal— Sanda Lily (@mz_oddy) January 29, 2020 Leicester City manager, Brendan Rodgers, has expressed his feeling of uncertainty over the Super Eagles attacker, Kelechi Iheanacho, as a move to Manchester City seems likely should they decide to activate his buy-back clause. Kelechi Iheanacho Kelechi Iheanacho who has since enjoyed a good form under Rogers and has impressed for the foxes in his last few appearances. Rogers has had to answer questions about Iheanacho’s contract during a press briefing where the Irishman gave an update on the club’s transfer direction. Loading… Already in his third season, Iheanacho now has two years left in his five-year contract, which also includes a buy-back clause, hence, the prospect of a return to the Etihad looms if the Citizens decide to activate the clause. “I’m not totally sure, but these things usually last the course of the first deal he signs. Read Also:Iheanacho’s goal not enough as Trezeguet sends Villa into EFL Cup final “So, Iheanacho joined on a five-year contract in 2017, so leading to 2022. Even if he negotiates an extended deal in that time, I’d expect the buy-back clause to still be applicable until 2022. – Rogers told Leicestermercury.co.uk. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseBear Cubs ‘Dancing’ In Forest Delight The Internet20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”10 Awesome TV Series That Got Cancelled Way Too SoonA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterA Lot More People Should See Hanna’s Fantastic Bread Masterpieces7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your MindWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parkslast_img read more