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2013 News Release
Free Screening for Oncology Rehabilitation
St. Dominic’s Outpatient Rehab will host a free screening day for oncology rehabilitation from 8 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, May 14 on the second floor of St. Dominic’s Dominican Plaza, directly across from St. Dominic Hospital.
St. Dominic's Outpatient Rehab Helps Patient Reclaim Independence
Mary Lean Thomas of Jackson was a dedicated quality control worker at Tyson Foods, Inc. for over 27 years. But when she began to develop a severe ache in her left arm, her career ended and her life changed abruptly.
St. Dominic's Joins Joint Replacement Registry
St. Dominic’s has become a member of the American Joint Replacement Registry (AJRR), an independent, not-for-profit database designed to store comprehensive data about joint replacement procedures and to improve the patient experience of those who undergo joint replacement surgery.
St. Dominic's Opens Radial Lounge for Patient Recovery
Minimally invasive cardiac surgery patients whose procedure is done through the radial artery in their wrist can now recover in the St. Dominic’s Radial Lounge while resting in a chair and watching a personal flat screen television.
D1 Jackson Co-Owners to Host Grand Opening Event
D1 Jackson will be officially unveiled on Friday, May 3. The sports training & therapy facility, located in Madison, will host an invitation-only D1 Jackson Grand Opening event in the afternoon. Later in the evening, D1 Jackson members will participate in the Michael Oher & Antonio Johnson D1 Jackson Training Experience.
Free Screening for Foot Drop and Hand Rehab Wireless Solutions
If you have trouble walking or using your hand as a result of stroke, multiple sclerosis, brain injury, spinal cord injury or cerebral palsy, Bioness wireless technologies may help you regain independence and get back into a more active lifestyle.
St. Dominic's Recognizes National Medical Laboratory Professionals Week
St. Dominic’s will recognize National Medical Laboratory Professionals Week during April 22-26 to honor its laboratory professionals and pathologists who play a vital role in the health care of its patients.
Dr. Robert Mobley Named Certified Physician Executive
The Certifying Commission in Medical Management (CCMM) recently designated Robert Mobley, M.D., Executive Vice President of Medical Affairs and Quality at St. Dominic’s, a Certified Physician Executive.
American Heart Association and St. Dominic's Taking Steps to Live Healthier
The American Heart Association’s National Walking Day, April 3, is a nationwide call-to-action for Americans to lace up their sneakers and come together to take steps towards a healthier life for themselves, their families and their communities.
St. Dominic's Acquires Educational Patient Simulators
In February St. Dominic’s welcomed two new additions to its team of educators – SimNewB and Sim Man 3G, full-body patient simulators from Laerdal Simulation.
Avinger Announces Primary Investigators for Upcoming VISION Trial
Avinger, Inc., designer of therapeutic devices incorporating intravascular imaging, and pioneer of the lumivascular approach to treating vascular disease, announces the designation of the primary investigators for its upcoming global VISION pivotal study evaluating Pantheris.
Michael Oher and Antonio Johnson Added as D1 Jackson Co-Owners
D1 Sports Holdings, LLC has announced Michael Oher, Super Bowl XLVII champion of the Baltimore Ravens, and Indianapolis Colts defensive lineman, Antonio “Mookie” Johnson, as co-owners of D1 Sports Training & Therapy of Jackson. Oher and Johnson join St. Dominic Hospital as co-owners of D1 Jackson.
St. Dominic's Observes World Day of the Sick
On February 11, employees throughout St. Dominic’s will join others world-wide to pray for the sick, suffering and dying as well as those who care for them. The event includes prayer services at multiple ministry sites including St. Dominic Hospital, St. Dominic Medical Associate clinics, and St. Catherine’s Village.
St. Dominic's Cancer Services - Cancer Program 2012 Annual Report
For more than 15 years, St. Dominic’s Cancer Center has played a vital role in the treatment of cancer in Mississippi. We understand cancer is part of our mission and ministry, and we remain committed to refining and improving treatment options for this disease.