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09/29/2022 - The Weston Democrat
WESTON, WV - Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital received a USDA grant from the Rural Development Emergency Health Care Grant Program during a ceremony on September 12.

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09/29/2022 - WVNews
MORGANTOWN, WV - Based on numbers from both across the world and in other parts of the United States, experts believe that this flu season will come sooner and hit harder than those in previous years.

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09/29/2022 - Modern Healthcare by: Caroline Hudson
WASHINGTON, DC - Hospitals and health systems are looking to do more to address financial stress among employees, particularly those earning lower wages.

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09/29/2022 - US Politics Today
WASHINGTON, DC - Today, U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV), member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, announced West Virginia University (WVU) Hospitals will receive $2,790,000 for construction of the new WVU Medicine Children’s Hospital, the Morgan County Partnership will receive $200,000 for youth substance use prevention, and the Williamson Health and Wellness Center will receive $2,000,000 to help reopen Williamson Memorial Hospital, the only hospital in Mingo County.

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09/29/2022 - Campaign for Action
CHARLESTON, WV - The Future of Nursing West Virginia Action Coalition held the grand opening of the Aila Accad Center for Nurse Entrepreneurship Saturday, September 24, ahead of the West Virginia 2022 Gala Fundraiser and Awards Ceremony.

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09/28/2022 - WVNews by: Charles Young
CHARLESTON, WV - West Virginia’s COVID-19 hospitalizations are back to “reasonable levels,” said James Hoyer on Tuesday.

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09/28/2022 - Modern Healthcare by: Christopher Kane
WASHINGTON, DC - Two Medicare programs that boost rural hospital payments would be temporarily extended as part of a stopgap federal spending bill that advanced past an initial vote in the Senate Tuesday.

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