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Aimee Copeland fought against the odds, continues to improve

...father, Andy Copeland, said his daughter lives at home and continues physical therapy twice a week at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta and enjoys swimming at the Shepherd Center, an Atlanta rehabilitation center.She is being fitted for...
Elbert M. Newsome (STAPLETON, Ga.)

...Marguerite Perdue Newsome, peacefully entered into his eternal home Tuesday morning, June 21, 2011 at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta GA after recent lengthy stays at University and Select Specialty Hospitals in Augusta. Funeral services...
Carol Gentry Walker (WHITE PLAINS, Ga.)

...PLAINS, Ga. - Carol Gentry Walker, 69, a native of Greene County, died on Friday, August 5, 2011 at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, GA. Born on December 6, 1941 in White Plains, GA, she was the daughter of the late George Pierce...
Officials see benefits of telemedicine plan

ATLANTA - At Jasper Memorial Hospital, administrators have spent more time worrying about replacing their 50-year-old facility than jumping into the new world of telemedicine.
Hospitals will get windfall from merger

...toward funding telemedicine programs at 36 rural hospitals and at the state's four teaching hospitals: Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, and Mercer University...
Gift of life

...said, 'It's not my time."' Doctors moved her to the Medical College of Georgia Hospital then to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, where she underwent surgery to repair the aneurysm. When doctors talked of shaving her head for surgery...
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Augustan begins job at PGA center

...head pro at the Augusta Golf Course. Instead, he had the bone-marrow transplant on Oct. 4, 1996, at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta. The difficult recovery period at Emory lasted more than 10 weeks. After being told he had about a 30...
State blood stocks drying up

Blood supplies in Georgia and South Carolina have dropped to dangerously low levels, leaving more than 200 Georgia hospitals with just a half-day's supply, the American Red Cross said Sunday.\r
Ramblin' Rhodes: Chicks have little time for wishes a few months ago and told me the young man had leukemia and was to undergo a bone marrow operation at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta that would put him in recovery for two months. "He would like an autographed picture of his favorite...
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Allergies to latex increasingly becoming a problem

ATLANTA - Latex gloves killed Lise Borel's dentistry career after only a decade. Ms. Borel knew she was allergic to latex gloves and had stopped wearing them months before. One day, she picked up a chart that held a trace of latex protein from someone else's glove and almost immediately suffered an excruciating allergy attack that sent her to the emergency room, suffering from shock.
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