Mayo Clinic will be holding football mini-camps the week of the Super Bowl in which participants will go through many of the drills and exercises pro football teams use to assess players, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Minnesota, Missouri, and Pennsylvania.
- Minnesota: Mayo Clinic will be holding football mini-camps the week of the Super Bowl in which participants will go through many of the drills and exercises pro football teams use to assess players. The camps will be free and will run about an hour-and-a-half (Grayson, Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, 1/23).
- Missouri: SSM Health St. Mary's Hospital has opened a new, $15 million neonatal intensive care unit. The unit is located on the sixth floor of St. Mary's, and features 36 private rooms, all equipped with NicView, a small camera system that gives families the ability to securely watch their infants online (Mueller, St. Louis Business Journal, 1/23).
- Pennsylvania: In an effort to reduce opioid-related overdose deaths, Philadelphia officials on Tuesday said they plan to open safe injection sites where people can use drugs under the supervision of medical professionals. If implemented, Philadelphia could become the first U.S. city to establish an official safe injection sites (Thielking, "Morning Rounds," STAT News, 1/24).
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