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Dental clinic to fill a need (Hope Star)
Hope Star Writer A new dental office will open in Hope on August 4. Helping the world have a healthier happier smile is what local dentist, Dr. Robert Carter, says he is passionate about.
FAULKNER PRESENTS $4.5 K TO CHILDREN DENTAL PROGRAM (Curry Coastal Pilot)
GOLD BEACH ? Barbara Faulkner of Langlois presented a check from the Oregon Communities Foundation for $4,500 to the Public Health for Dental Project at Monday's Curry County Commissioners meeting.
Town Board members lose health insurance (Albany Times Union)
COLONIE -- In a move to reduce costs, Town Board members will no longer be eligible for subsidized health insurance, according to a resolution adopted this week.The six part-time board members can currently obtain insurance by paying roughly 10 percent of the premium costs, according to Supervisor Paula Mahan. Given the town's current financial straits, the decision seemed logical, she said. ...
St. John's doctors to become part of CIGNA network (Rolla Daily News)
St. John?s doctors and facilities will be part of the CIGNA HealthCare network effective Tuesday. The contract agreement covers nearly 18,000 people in southwest Missouri and northwest Arkansas. This will extend St. John?s services to area residents who participate in all of CIGNA?s insurance plans and residents covered by these plans will become eligible to receive care from any St. John?s ...
Doral Dental seeks new headquarters campus (BizJournals)
Doral Dental USA is seeking approval from the city of Mequon for construction of a new building in the Mequon Business Park that would become the company's new headquarters.
South Shelby school board accepts insurance bids (The Hannibal Courier-Post)
Insurance bids were a topic of discussion during the Shelby County R-IV Board of Education?s meeting Tuesday. A proposal from Anthem for dental insurance and voluntary life insurance was accepted. On a vote of 6-1, the board accepted the Flex Plan administration from Hawkins Agency.
Bermudian selects insurance plan (The Evening Sun)
Bermudian Springs officials have selected Christian-Baker Company of Camp Hill, as underwritten by the ACE American Insurance Company of Philadelphia, to be the official school insurance program for the 2008-'09 school year.
Don't Call It a Recession: Poor Kids Get No Health Care (East Bay Express)
And the tough times just keep getting tougher! The Alameda Alliance for Health , a health plan that offered vision, dental, and medical insurance for as many as one thousand uninsured children in the East Bay, has been forced to shut down.
N.J. expands health-insurance plan (The Philadelphia Inquirer)
TRENTON - New Jersey expanded a government health-insurance program yesterday to cover more low-income families and all children in the state.
Students take registration for free dental cleanings (Midland Reporter-Telegram)
By Kathleen Thurber Staff Writer For every adult older than 19 without medical insurance, there are three Americans without dental insurance.