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Riverside County Regional Med Center drastically cuts infection rates PDF Print E-mail

When Jake Ainsworth sought help for a torn ligament in his left knee he never expected that the outpatient exploratory surgery he underwent would devolve into a medical nightmare.

"Within hours, it started to get infected," says Ainsworth. "By the next morning, I was in excruciating pain, and by that evening, I was in the emergency ward...My knee will never be the same."

The procedure introduced staph bacteria into Ainsworth's knee. Treatment for the resulting infection included four surgeries that left the Ventura County physical education teacher mostly bedridden for six months, in physical therapy for many more months, and in pain through all of it.

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Angie Taylor Keeps It Positive In Medical Records

taylorAngie Taylor spends a good part of each day hunting down patient records and helping doctors complete the cumber? some paper charts that fill shelf after shelf of the Medical Records Department in the hospital's lower level.

The department, where Angie is as a medical records technician, moves at least a thousand charts a day to the hospital's inpatient units, ancillary departments and outpatient clinics. Each chart contains the unique medical history of a patient. Their contents are crucial to helping healthcare providers determine and document a patient's medical course and information.

Steady Stream of Flu Cases PDF Print E-mail

Health officials in Riverside and San Bernardino counties report their first flu-related deaths of the season. Jacob Rascon reports for the NBC4 News at Noon on Friday Jan. 10, 2014.

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REGION: Health clinics gear up for changes PDF Print E-mail
Written by CRAIG SHULTZ   
Liliana Covarrubias, a 25-year-old student from Riverside, found herself without health insurance when her father retired from his job, so she signed up for healthcare through Riverside County's low-income health program.

Now she and about 65,000 other patients in Riverside and San Bernardino counties are facing a change.

On Jan. 1, they will be automatically transferred to Medi-Cal coverage as part of the Affordable Care Act. They are among more than 500,000 people statewide affected by the move.

Health officials say there will be no interruption in services and patients will not have to change doctors.

Covarrubias, who is in the teaching program at Cal State San Bernardino, isn't concerned about the switch.

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