Jupiter Medical Center was one of the first hospitals to implement CDC guidelines for the screening, diagnosis, and treatment of COVID-19 and since has also been working closely with the Florida Department of Health to strictly adhere to state and federal guidelines.
Northwell Health Converts BiPAP Machines Into Ventilators for Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients, Uses 3D Printed Adapter
To prepare for potential surge of coronavirus patients in need of ventilators, doctors and engineers designed 3D printed adaptor for use with common breathing machine.
Jupiter Medical Center today announced an update to its visitor policy to allow only one healthy visitor at a time, per patient. Visitors will be screened for potential exposure, travel history and upper respiratory tract symptoms. This...
Jupiter Medical Center Named “Best Hospital,” “Best Place to Have a Baby,” and “Best Emergency Room” in Palm Beach County
For the second consecutive year, Jupiter Medical Center has been selected "Best Hospital" and "Best Place to Have a Baby" in The Palm Beach Post's 2020 Best of Palm Beach County awards. Jupiter Medical Center also received an additional accolade in a new awards category for 2020, "Best Emergency Room (ER)."
5/7/19: The Doctors Company And UCSF Launch A Novel Collaboration To Advance Patient Safety In The Digital Era
The Doctors Company has launched a new partnership at the intersection of digital medicine and patient safety. The Doctors Company's commitment to advancing the practice of good medicine will be expanded through a $1 million collaboration that will enable leading UCSF researchers in evidence-based patient safety practices, safety and information technology–related policy, and artificial intelligence (AI) to pursue cutting-edge questions.
Shriners Hospitals for Children Expands Partnership with Tonic Health In Mission To Build the Largest Pediatric Outcomes Database in the U.S.
11/6/18: Leading pediatric health system leverages innovative mobile patient survey platform to collect and act upon patient reported outcome measures across the enterprise.
Danbury Hospital First in Western Connecticut to Offer New Procedure to Treat Carotid Artery Disease
TCAR, which is performed through a small incision in the neck, enables the vascular surgeon to use a special device to directly access the carotid artery and place a stent. TCAR is unique because blood flow is temporarily reversed during the procedure, meaning that any pieces of plaque that may detach from the wall of the artery are diverted away from the brain, preventing a stroke from happening. The stent that is placed inside the artery stabilizes the plaque and minimizes the risk of a future stroke.
7/13/18: CUSM students will participate in a "White Coat Ceremony" on July 22 to mark the beginning of their medical careers as they take their Hippocratic Oath.