Dr. Jack Reed has worked for Baptist Memorial Hospital for 45 years, and on Wednesday, he was the first employee there to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.
Asked during Tuesday’s Rotary Club of Columbus meeting how likely a second wave of COVID-19 is to hit the U.S., Dr. Robert Buckley had a caveat for his audience: The first onslaught of the coronavirus pandemic isn’t over just yet.
Lisa Love hasn’t seen her doctor of 25 years since she discovered telemedicine.
At Baptist Memorial Hospital in Columbus Monday, six new doctors received their white coats.
When Dr. Michelle Johnson scribbles out prescriptions, the next stop for many of her patients is the gym, not the pharmacy.
With one out of four U.S. doctors older than 65, the American Medical Association adopted a plan Monday to help decide when it’s time for aging senior physicians to hang up the stethoscope.
Everyone worries about stolen credit cards or hacked bank accounts, but just visiting the doctor may put you at greater risk for identity fraud.
Mississippi is full of small towns that few people care about, aside, of course, from the people who live in those towns.
Although it’s called “Open Payments,” the government’s new website doesn’t make it easy to find out whether your doctor is getting freebies, travel or other financial benefits from drug companies and medical device manufacturers.
From research grants to travel junkets, drug and medical device companies paid doctors and leading hospitals billions of dollars last year, the government disclosed Tuesday in a new effort to spotlight potential ethical conflicts in medicine.