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BEHIND THE SCENES: How Dorothy Lane Market preps for Thanksgiving
 Dorothy Lane Market — with stores in Springboro, Oakwood and Washington Twp. — puts hundreds of manhours into preparing and selling more than 5,000 turkeys, 2,000 pumpkin pies, 6,000 pounds of green beans and more for Thanksgiving. Last week, the Dayton Daily News was given a tour of the operations behind Dorothy Lane’s...

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Dorothy Lane Market — with stores in Springboro, Oakwood and Washington Twp. — puts hundreds of manhours into preparing and selling more than 5,000 turkeys, 2,000 pumpkin pies, 6,000 pounds of green beans and more for Thanksgiving. Last week, the Dayton Daily News was given a tour of the operations behind Dorothy Lane’s...
What’s your hospital’s safety rating? Search latest Leapfrog grades
 Local hospitals just received new safety grades from the nonprofit health care watchdog Leapfrog. The Leapfrog ratings come out in the fall and spring each year and are based off of 28 measures of publicly available hospital safety data. MORE: Premier doctors will move to new, larger Beavercreek medical center Here’s what each hospital...

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Local hospitals just received new safety grades from the nonprofit health care watchdog Leapfrog. The Leapfrog ratings come out in the fall and spring each year and are based off of 28 measures of publicly available hospital safety data. MORE: Premier doctors will move to new, larger Beavercreek medical center Here’s what each hospital...
Some Dayton-area hospital safety grades slip
 Half of the hospitals in the Dayton metro area saw their safety ratings slip in the latest round of scoring by Leapfrog, a nonprofit health care watchdog. The Leapfrog ratings come out in the fall and spring each year and are based on 28 measures of publicly available hospital safety data. Hospitals receive a letter grade between A and F...

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Half of the hospitals in the Dayton metro area saw their safety ratings slip in the latest round of scoring by Leapfrog, a nonprofit health care watchdog. The Leapfrog ratings come out in the fall and spring each year and are based on 28 measures of publicly available hospital safety data. Hospitals receive a letter grade between A and F...
Health system, which owns Premier Health stake, close to mega-merger
 Catholic Health Initiatives, which owns a 22 percent stake in Dayton’s Premier Health, is changing its name and close to completing a merger with another large hospital system. CHI and Dignity Health’s merger will create a $28.4 billion health care system, which will be the nation’s largest nonprofit hospital company by...

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Catholic Health Initiatives, which owns a 22 percent stake in Dayton’s Premier Health, is changing its name and close to completing a merger with another large hospital system. CHI and Dignity Health’s merger will create a $28.4 billion health care system, which will be the nation’s largest nonprofit hospital company by...
Dayton Children’s takes action in response to ‘disturbingly low’ child flu shot rates
 Fewer than 30 percent of patients at Dayton Children’s Hospital last year had a flu shot, prompting the hospital to now have flu shots available for children 7 and older at its pharmacies. The vaccination rate is a “disturbingly low percentage,” said Dr. Sherman Alter, chief of the hospital’s division of infectious...

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Fewer than 30 percent of patients at Dayton Children’s Hospital last year had a flu shot, prompting the hospital to now have flu shots available for children 7 and older at its pharmacies. The vaccination rate is a “disturbingly low percentage,” said Dr. Sherman Alter, chief of the hospital’s division of infectious...
UD, Premier launch exclusive dietetics program
 There will be more openings for dietetic internships in the area through a new business deal between University of Dayton and Premier Health. The graduate degree program at UD and dietetic internship deal with Dayton-based Premier — which operates Miami Valley Hospital — will gradually increase the annual local internship openings...

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There will be more openings for dietetic internships in the area through a new business deal between University of Dayton and Premier Health. The graduate degree program at UD and dietetic internship deal with Dayton-based Premier — which operates Miami Valley Hospital — will gradually increase the annual local internship openings...
Survey to study health needs of aging LGBTQ Dayton-area residents
 A local survey will seek to understand the health needs of aging LGBTQ residents in the Dayton area. It is the first large-scale effort with a rigorous, academic approach to gather data on the population living in Montgomery County and others nearby. “We want to take the pulse of the health and needs of our LGBTQ+ community to see where...

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A local survey will seek to understand the health needs of aging LGBTQ residents in the Dayton area. It is the first large-scale effort with a rigorous, academic approach to gather data on the population living in Montgomery County and others nearby. “We want to take the pulse of the health and needs of our LGBTQ+ community to see where...
Dayton Children’s gets approval from accreditation agency
 Dayton Children’s Hospital is fully accredited by a leading industry rating agency after a preliminary denial earlier this year. The Joint Commission, a nonprofit that accredits hospitals and other health care businesses, had updated the hospital’s accreditation status following a survey at the hospital on Oct. 30. CEO Deborah...

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Dayton Children’s Hospital is fully accredited by a leading industry rating agency after a preliminary denial earlier this year. The Joint Commission, a nonprofit that accredits hospitals and other health care businesses, had updated the hospital’s accreditation status following a survey at the hospital on Oct. 30. CEO Deborah...
Premier doctors will move to new, larger Beavercreek medical center
 Construction work has started on a $9 million Beavercreek medical center. Premier Health’s latest primary and specialty care office broke ground Monday at Lakeview Drive and North Fairfield Road and should open late 2019. Catching up? Read our latest coverage of Premier construction • Premier Health to build 2 new large medical...

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Construction work has started on a $9 million Beavercreek medical center. Premier Health’s latest primary and specialty care office broke ground Monday at Lakeview Drive and North Fairfield Road and should open late 2019. Catching up? Read our latest coverage of Premier construction • Premier Health to build 2 new large medical...
Here’s when demolition of Good Samaritan Hospital should start
 Premier Health is aiming to start demolition work at Good Samaritan Hospital in the first half of 2019. It will be a multi-phase project to tear down the Dayton hospital buildings at the intersection of Philadelphia Drive and Salem Avenue, which were once home to 1,600-employees before it closed in July 2018. No final timeline is available...

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Premier Health is aiming to start demolition work at Good Samaritan Hospital in the first half of 2019. It will be a multi-phase project to tear down the Dayton hospital buildings at the intersection of Philadelphia Drive and Salem Avenue, which were once home to 1,600-employees before it closed in July 2018. No final timeline is available...
Local flu hospitalizations increase as season begins
 Flu season is getting started and some local people have already been hospitalized. The latest report from the Ohio Department of Health said as of Nov. 3 there have been 53 flu-related hospitalizations in the state. That includes three cases in Montgomery County, two in Butler County and one in Warren County since the state started...

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Flu season is getting started and some local people have already been hospitalized. The latest report from the Ohio Department of Health said as of Nov. 3 there have been 53 flu-related hospitalizations in the state. That includes three cases in Montgomery County, two in Butler County and one in Warren County since the state started...
Fifth Third closes Dayton bank branch
 Fifth Third Bank has closed a branch near the University of Dayton. The Cincinnati-based bank posted a note to the door of the former 1200 Brown St. branch announcing the closure. A message was left with Fifth Third seeking more information. MORE: Free downtown Dayton bus service: ‘We see this as the beginning’ While deposits...

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Fifth Third Bank has closed a branch near the University of Dayton. The Cincinnati-based bank posted a note to the door of the former 1200 Brown St. branch announcing the closure. A message was left with Fifth Third seeking more information. MORE: Free downtown Dayton bus service: ‘We see this as the beginning’ While deposits...
$10M inpatient hospice house to open in Troy
 A new hospice center will be built on Upper Valley Medical Center’s campus. Ohio’s Hospice broke ground today on a $10 million freestanding inpatient hospice house on the Troy hospital’s campus. “With a new permanent home dedicated to serving the community, we will be able to serve more patients and families&rdquo...

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A new hospice center will be built on Upper Valley Medical Center’s campus. Ohio’s Hospice broke ground today on a $10 million freestanding inpatient hospice house on the Troy hospital’s campus. “With a new permanent home dedicated to serving the community, we will be able to serve more patients and families&rdquo...
New home on VA campus will allow families to stay for free
 Families of the more than 40,000 area veterans that receive medical care annually at the Dayton VA will now have a place to stay for free when their loved ones get treatment. The $6.5 million Fisher House, a private/public partnership that received enormous support from the Dayton community, opened Wednesday on the Dayton VA campus on West...

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Families of the more than 40,000 area veterans that receive medical care annually at the Dayton VA will now have a place to stay for free when their loved ones get treatment. The $6.5 million Fisher House, a private/public partnership that received enormous support from the Dayton community, opened Wednesday on the Dayton VA campus on West...
Health network plans Miami County office
 Piqua residents will be getting more medical services after Sidney-based Wilson Health expands into Miami County. Wilson Health announced it will open a Piqua office in the spring with primary care and ob/gyn services. MORE: Dayton hospital buys several neighboring properties “Our growth strategy is to provide services where there is...

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Piqua residents will be getting more medical services after Sidney-based Wilson Health expands into Miami County. Wilson Health announced it will open a Piqua office in the spring with primary care and ob/gyn services. MORE: Dayton hospital buys several neighboring properties “Our growth strategy is to provide services where there is...
Voting continues after Jefferson Twp. polling station power outage
 The power went out at a polling station in Jefferson Twp. but voting is continuing with the help of a backup generator. The 7828 Dayton-Liberty Road fire station has a back up generator and Dayton Power & Light also brought a generator while it fixes the problem, according to Jan Kelly, director of the Montgomery County Board of Elections...

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The power went out at a polling station in Jefferson Twp. but voting is continuing with the help of a backup generator. The 7828 Dayton-Liberty Road fire station has a back up generator and Dayton Power & Light also brought a generator while it fixes the problem, according to Jan Kelly, director of the Montgomery County Board of Elections...
Short-term health plans offer cheaper rates compared to ACA-compliant plans
 People with sticker shock over the cost of insurance on the Affordable Care Act exchanges this year will have a wave of short-term health plans to consider, which are much cheaper but also can mean slashed benefits and no coverage for pre-existing conditions. Newly loosened regulations have made these temporary plans once again available...

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People with sticker shock over the cost of insurance on the Affordable Care Act exchanges this year will have a wave of short-term health plans to consider, which are much cheaper but also can mean slashed benefits and no coverage for pre-existing conditions. Newly loosened regulations have made these temporary plans once again available...
Polls are open for Election Day: What you need to know
 Local voter turnout is strong so far this election.  "We've got a big turnout at all of our polling locations throughout the county," said Jan Kelly, director of the Montgomery County Board of Elections, at a Tuesday afternoon press conference. After polls close at 7:30 p.m., results might not be in as quickly as after the...

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Local voter turnout is strong so far this election.  "We've got a big turnout at all of our polling locations throughout the county," said Jan Kelly, director of the Montgomery County Board of Elections, at a Tuesday afternoon press conference. After polls close at 7:30 p.m., results might not be in as quickly as after the...
Unofficial results: Republican Smith beats Foley in tight 43rd Ohio House District race; Foley says he won’t yet concede
 Democrat Dan Foley is not conceding the 43rd District seat in the Ohio House race against Republican State Rep. J. Todd Smith. The unofficial results show Smith, of Jackson Twp., narrowly defeated Foley with 50.53 percent, while Foley garnered 49.47 percent of the vote.  “We'll be doing our due diligence checking on...

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Democrat Dan Foley is not conceding the 43rd District seat in the Ohio House race against Republican State Rep. J. Todd Smith. The unofficial results show Smith, of Jackson Twp., narrowly defeated Foley with 50.53 percent, while Foley garnered 49.47 percent of the vote.  “We'll be doing our due diligence checking on...
Men’s reluctance to see doctors can have consequences, officials say
 Men are much less likely than women to see their doctor once they reach adulthood, and while that’s not a new development, it’s something continuing to affect men’s health, officials say. While the two genders were virtually equal in 2017 community health center visits as non-adults — 107,547 boys and 108,281 girls...

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Men are much less likely than women to see their doctor once they reach adulthood, and while that’s not a new development, it’s something continuing to affect men’s health, officials say. While the two genders were virtually equal in 2017 community health center visits as non-adults — 107,547 boys and 108,281 girls...
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