HHS Rule to Protect Consumers from Surprise Medical Bills Goes Into Effect on January 1, 2022
On July 1, 2021, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced the first in a series of regulations aimed at shielding patients from increased financial hardships stemming from surprise medical bills. The regulations take effect on January 1, 2022.
Applications for Medical Assistant Apprenticeship Program Now Being Accepted
The application deadline is January 8, 2022.
Breast Cancer Risk Reduction Strategies
Surgeon Sharon Gunsher, MD and a panel of specialists explain breast cancer risk factors and treatment options.
Concord Hospital Medical Group welcomes Amanda Griffin, APRN
When you or a loved one experiences a condition affecting your brain, spine or nervous system, turn to specialists like Amanda Griffin, APRN at Concord Hospital Neurology for diagnosis and treatment.
Cancer Patient Testimonial | Bonnie Beyer
Bonnie Beyer of Concord does not like referring to her 11-year relationship with cancer as a journey. It’s been more of an ordeal, with multiple surgeries, chemotherapy and radiation.
Cancer Survivor Margaret Neff
Cancer survivor Margaret Neff of Concord has fond memories of making small holiday gifts for friends and family with her mother. They made people smile.
Meet Dr. Kristofer Roberts
Dr. Roberts is from Alaska, went to college and medical school at UCLA, then completed his radiation oncology residency training at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota in 2020 before moving farther east to Concord last August.
Concord Hospital Medical Group – Concord Dermatology Welcomes Alexandra Charos, M.D., Ph.D.
When you have a skin, hair or nail condition turn to the specialists at Concord Dermatology for your care.
Concord Hospital Medical Group Welcomes Stephanie Cull, MD
Dr. Cull specializes in the treatment and management of diseases within the lung/respiratory system and vulnerable populations requiring intensive care.
Nurse Navigator Kim Pauliks
"I feel like the level of impact that I've been able to make during the pandemic has been far greater than in her entire nursing career," says Kim.