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Summa Health doctors to care for Kent State student athletes

Some Summa Health System physicians will attend a lot of Kent State University varsity events during the upcoming school year as part of a partnership between the Akron health system and Kent university. Beginning with the new school year, physicians from the Summa Center for Sports Health will provide medical care to Kent State student-athletes in all varsity sports, including baseball, basketball, cross country, field hockey, football, golf, gymnastics, soccer, softball, track and field, volleyball and wrestling.

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Kent State’s nursing school gets 100k scholarship grant

Kent State University‘s College of Nursing has received a grant that will enable it to award 10 $10,000 scholarships. The college will use the funding to boost the number of students enrolled in its accelerated nursing program, and increase the diversity of its student population, according to a statement from Kent State. The funding comes […]

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Kent State to offer master’s of public health degree

Kent State University will begin offering a master’s degree in public health this fall. The degree will be available in five specializations: epidemiology, biostatistics, environmental health sciences, social and behavioral sciences, and health policy and management, according to a statement from the university. The master’s degree marks the third program available at Kent State’s new […]

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Four Northeast Ohio institutions get $2.7M grant for heart study

Four Northeast Ohio institutions have received a four-year, $2.7  million federal grant to study cognitive impairment in heart failure patients. The study’s goal is to understand why heart failure patients often have trouble managing their complex medical regimen, according to a statement from Kent State University. The other collaborating institutions on the project are the […]

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Night Read (Ohio): Christ Hospital Mount Auburn plans expansion

Two years after emerging as an independent with aspirations to become one of the nation's top hospitals, Christ Hospital in Mount Auburn hopes to spend hundreds of millions of dollars in the next decade, recruit more than 200 doctors to Greater Cincinnati and build a network of about five ambulatory centers around the region, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.