Health: Doctor Discusses First Hand Account Of Treating Ebola Patients In West Africa With Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl
Thousands of doctors who know all about Ebola, an infectious disease, are meeting in Philadelphia. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie sits down with one doctor who just got back from Africa treating those sickened by the disease.
Dr. Neil Fishman, infectious disease doctor at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, points out that Ebola is only contagious if the infected person is experiencing active symptoms.
The man accused of killing his caseworker and causing a Delaware County medical center to be put on lockdown is out of the hospital and in prison.
A female employee was killed in a shooting at a Delaware County medical facility.
High-tech house calls. Sick, but can’t muster up the energy to leave the house to go see a doctor? 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on a new trend that has people instantly seeing a doctor in the privacy of their own home.
We all know there is a need to have more primary care physicians in the country and the challenge to develop more of them is on-going.
NovaCare Physician, Dr. George Stollsteimer, is scared of Joel Embiid’s injury.
Defense attorneys are asking for a new trial alleging prosecutors failed to reveal that their trial attorney was under investigation for drug dealing at the time of the trial.
The Department of Justice has charged a former University of Pennsylvania doctor with theft and fraud for allegedly misusing federal cancer research funds.
Dr. Paul Ezell and his 23-year-old daughter Victoria are facing drug charges after police seized marijuana plants and numerous items that consist of a growing and distributing operation.
Under the Affordable Care Act, consumers have the right to appeal decisions made by their health insurance company.
Most health plans do not cover medical services outside of the United States.
It seems obvious now that it’s mentioned, but you’ve probably never considered the germs that could be congregating on the most rudimentary of medical tools.
Finding a new primary care physician takes time, patience and research. Start by considering your personal needs.
Your insurance company and state government maintain directories of doctors. These can be great starting places for learning where to get care.