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HCA Healthcare physicians work together to combat COVID-19

Even though our campuses may look different during this time, our mission remains the same: Above all else, we are committed to the care and improvement of human life. The COVID-19 pandemic has stretched us in ways we couldn’t imagine – and, has presented our physicians and caregivers with unique opportunities to care and serve.…
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Confronting the transplant crisis: HCA Healthcare leads nation in live donor kidney transplants

While COVID-19 has posed unique challenges for organ procurement and transplantation, HCA Healthcare’s transplant centers have spent the past few months using their collaborative culture to improve more lives in more ways. This dedication is not new. Over the years, the immense experience of our transplant teams has led to survival and a better quality…
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HCA Healthcare UK and NHS join forces to fight COVID-19

Uniting across healthcare has never been more important for patients. During the global COVID-19 pandemic, HCA Healthcare UK is providing care to National Health Service (NHS) patients whose care and clinical needs are considered time-critical. Read more about the unprecedented partnership below… A global pandemic requires a global response. In addition to our 180+ hospitals…
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HCA Healthcare Celebrates Patient Safety Awareness Week

Happy Patient Safety Awareness Week 2020! Patient Safety Awareness Week, celebrated March 8 – 14, is a time that we pause to recognize HCA Healthcare’s highly connected and coordinated culture of safety. Learn more below… Each year, HCA Healthcare partners with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) on its “United for Patient Safety” campaign and…
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The truth about eating disorders

It’s a debilitating illness that affects an estimated 30 million Americans each year. The disease does not discriminate, crossing all genders, socio-economic classes, cultures, races and religions. Sadly, every 62 minutes someone dies as a direct result. “It” is an eating disorder. And chances are, you or a loved one have been directly or indirectly…
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