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Gwinnett Medical Center Hosts Joint Pain Discussion

On August 22, Gwinnett Medical Center hosted a breakfast discussion about overcoming joint pain led by board-certified orthopedic surgeons Dr. Mary Jo Albert, Dr. Rashmi Kulkarni, and Dr. Robert Wood.

When should you replace your toiletries

We’ve all been there—you pull out a bottle of dipping sauce or salad dressing and it’s (way) past the expiration date. Yikes! Even though many perishable items, like those of the food variety, have the date clearly printed, it’s still surprisingly easy to overlook or forget about. And that’s not even including other items, like toiletries, that don’t always have a clear expiration. Case in point: your razor.

John Hoover, Chief Operating Officer, Eastside Medical Center

Eastside Medical Center named John Hoover Chief Operating Officer

Eastside Medical Center is pleased to welcome John Hoover as the hospital’s new chief operating officer (COO). John comes to Eastside by way of HCA Healthcare’s Wesley Healthcare system in Wichita, Kan. where he served as the vice president of operations. John brings over 10 years of extensive healthcare experience to Eastside where he will oversee hospital operations.

Gwinnett Medical Center-Duluth’s Concussion Institute Announces Integration of Telemedicine into Offerings

Institute partners with rural south Georgia school district to offer concussion care and reduce healthcare gap

Gwinnett Medical Center (GMC)-Duluth announced today that its Concussion Institute has partnered with Ware County Schools to provide concussion care for, potentially, 6,000 students and athletes via telemedicine. Through this partnership, GMC-Duluth will be the first hospital in Georgia to offer school-based concussion care through telemedicine, broadening area students’ access to critical, specialty care with the convenience of virtual appointments.

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GMC Sports Medicine Program Helps Gwinnett Schools Achieve Important Safety Designation

14 schools honored as Safe Sports Schools by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association

The Sports Medicine program at Gwinnett Medical Center (GMC) announced today that 14 of its partner schools in Gwinnett County have achieved “Safe Sports School Status” awarded by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association. The designation is given to schools that have taken crucial steps to keep their athletes free from injuries.