Sentara Health has announced that starting June 14, all their hospitals will allow two visitors for non-COVID patients, testing will no longer be required for pre-op patients, and masks will still be required regardless of vaccination status.
A new initiative was announced Tuesday with the goal of supporting child care providers in offering critical support for breastfeeding mothers, who often return to work during their baby’s first year of life with limited or no support.
Augusta Health reports that on Tuesday, June 8, 2021, the Waynesboro Assessment Center on Lew Dewitt Boulevard will transition back to be a full-service Urgent Care, including laboratory and x-ray services.
Eating health food is very important for people living with diabetes. That’s why the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank is partnering with Augusta Health to create an on-site pantry for those in need of food assistance.
Valley Health Page Memorial Hospital Family Medicine | Luray is merging with Valley Health Page Memorial Hospital Family and Internal Medicine and will operate under that name at 135 Memorial Drive effective Monday, June 7.
More than 90,000 people have died from substance abuse in the last year alone. Over the past few weeks, one congressman has introduced a number of bills in an attempt to address increasing addiction and overdose.
U.S. Senators Joe Manchin and Pat Toomey reintroduced the Improving Medicaid Programs’ Response to Overdose Victims and Enhancing (IMPROVE) Addiction Care Act on Thursday to provide assistance to individuals who have struggled with substance use.
Babies are very vulnerable to diseases in their first few months; that’s why a doctor at the University of Virginia Medical Center is telling her patients to give their baby that extra layer of protection and get vaccinated while pregnant and breastfeed your baby after it’s born.
Governor Ralph Northam’s Administration introduced a statewide Maternal Health Strategic Plan on Thursday to help eliminate the racial disparities in the Commonwealth’s maternal mortality rate within the next four years.
Virtual learning and a lack of social interaction have led to a rise in the need for urgent mental health resources for kids across the country. Now, a psychologist with UVA Health is offering parents timely advice.