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|Cache||As of Friday, at least 11 students at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, have reported symptoms suggesting they have the COVID-19 coronavirus, Dr. Thomas Eppes Jr., the physician in charge of student health services, told The New York Times on Sunday. Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. came under fire last week when he reopened the campus to students at the end of their spring break, despite public health officials warning against it and Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) bannin|
|Cache||Centra Healthcare System, an award winning regional healthcare and teaching system in Central Virginia, is recruiting faculty for our Family Medicine Residency Program.We are seeking a MD/DO board certified in Family Medicine. The successful candidate will possess superior clinical and interpersonal skills, and a passion for teaching.In this role, you'll serve as a full-time faculty member in an established 9-9-9 residency program with an excellent faculty-to-resident ratio. The work schedule includes a combination of 40% resident clinical supervision, 30% direct clinical care, and 30% administration of resident education. Residency faculty maintain clinical appointments with University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Liberty University School of Osteopathic Medicine. The primary outpatient clinic is a 28,000-sq. ft. freestanding facility, specifically designed for the residency program.Physician Benefits Include:Competitive compensationGenerous benefits packageEducational loan repayment optionsRelocation assistanceOnboarding bonusCME allowanceOur Community:Located in the heart of Virginia, Lynchburg is convenient for quick trips to Washington D.C., Virginia's coastline and the North East's ski slopes. With our lakefront communities, mountaintop trails, and camping, Lynchburg is also perfect for the outdoor enthusiast! Lynchburg, is a 200-year-old city with a 150,000-person metro area. It's big enough to offer amenities such as convenient air and rail service, yet small enough to be free of gridlock and urban crime rates. (In fact, it's been named one of the Top 10 Safest Mid-Sized Cities by Sperling's Best Places.)The region is home to 6 colleges & universities, an acclaimed public school system, and a variety of private K-12 schools (including the largest private school in the state).Among the many accolades the Lynchburg area has earned:Best Places for Business and Careers - ForbesTop Places to Live - CNN MoneyTop Places to Retire - ForbesTop Adventure Towns - National GeographicAmerica's Best High Schools -NewsweekTop Best-Value Cities - Kiplinger.comCentra Healthcare System, an award winning regional healthcare and teaching system in Central Virginia, is recruiting faculty for our Family Med...|
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Hours: Full-Time (37.5 hours per week), Monday through Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm. Schedule is flexible, may require a minimum of 2 evenings per week.
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President Trump on Sunday extended federal social distancing guidelines until the end of April, just days after saying he hoped to lift them and restart the economy by Easter, April 12. Trump said his aim for Easter was "just an aspiration," and it now appears that the outbreak in the U.S. will be peaking about that time. "Nothing would be worse than declaring victory before the victory is won," Trump said. "That would be the greatest loss of all." Trump's comments came after Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said the COVID-19 coronavirus could kill 100,000 to 200,000 Americans, with millions of infections. The number of infections in the U.S. rose above 143,000 by early Monday, with more than 2,500 deaths. [The Washington Post, CNN]
The governors of New York, Michigan, and Louisiana warned on Sunday that hospitals in their states, all hot spots in the coronavirus pandemic, were facing supply shortages and overwhelming surges in COVID-19 cases. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said local hospitals "have enough supplies to get to a week from today, with the exception of ventilators, we're going to need at least several hundred more ventilators very quickly." Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) said the state's hospitals were already stretched to capacity and the number of cases was "climbing exponentially." Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) said New Orleans would run out of ventilators by April 4, and fill all of its hospital beds a week after that. [The New York Times, CNBC]
The first of 51 planes bringing in medical supplies from other countries, including China, arrived at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, Vice President Mike Pence said Sunday during the White House briefing on the U.S. response to the coronavirus pandemic. The first plane in the federal airlift brought material from Shanghai to be used in New York, which has the most infections in the U.S., as well as neighboring New Jersey and Connecticut. The plane's 80 tons of cargo included 130,000 N95 masks, nearly 1.8 million surgical masks and gowns, and more than 10.3 million gloves. The White House's "Project Airbridge" is moving supplies to hot spots in partnership with large U.S. health-care distributors such as McKesson Corp., Cardinal, Owens & Minor, and Medline and Henry Schein Inc. [Reuters, The Washington Post]
As of Friday, at least 11 students at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, were experiencing symptoms suggesting they have the COVID-19 coronavirus, Dr. Thomas Eppes Jr., the physician in charge of student health services, told The New York Times on Sunday. Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. came under fire last week when he reopened the campus to students at the end of their spring break, despite public health officials warning against it and Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) banning gatherings of more than 100 people in the state. Falwell on Sunday said 1,900 students returned to campus last week, and more than 800 have since left. Falwell demanded the Times correct its story, saying only three off-campus students had enough symptoms to qualify for COVID-19 testing. [The New York Times, WSET]
President Trump touted the TV ratings of his coronavirus news briefings in a series of tweets on Sunday. Trump first posted that his high ratings were driving the "lamestream media" crazy. He then cited a four-day-old New York Times report that noted that Trump's daily White House briefings and coronavirus updates were attracting an average audience of 8.5 million on cable news, roughly matching the viewership of the season finale of The Bachelor, or Monday Night Football. "President Trump is a ratings hit," he posted, quoting the Times article. Critics slammed Trump for the tweets. "People are dying and everyone is scared," said former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett. "This is not about your ratings, Mr. President!" [USA Today, The New York Times]
British authorities warned Sunday that some of the lockdown measures imposed to combat the coronavirus outbreak could last for months. And even once the spread of the virus slows the restrictions on normal activities will be lifted gradually. "The important thing is this is a moving target," Deputy Chief Medical Officer Jenny Harries said. The news came as the number of confirmed infections reached around 20,000, with a one-day increase of 209 deaths bringing the country's toll to 1,228. Prime Minister Boris Johnson wrote to 30 million British households urging everyone to obey the government's rules to avoid overwhelming the country's National Health Service. "We know things will get worse before they get better," he said. [Reuters]
A light jet being used as an air ambulance in the Philippines' battle against the COVID-19 coronavirus burst into flames as it was taking off from Manila's airport on Sunday, killing all eight people on board. The plane was carrying a doctor, a nurse, a flight medic, an American passenger, a Canadian passenger, the pilot, and two crew members. The aircraft was supposed to fly to Japan, although it wasn't immediately clear whether the passengers were being airlifted due to coronavirus infections. The Research Institute for Tropical Medicine, the Philippine agency spearheading the fight against the virus, uses chartered aircraft to ferry medical workers and supplies to provinces across the country. [The New York Times]
Amazon employees at a Staten Island, New York, warehouse plan a walkout on Monday to demand greater precautions against coronavirus infections. The employees say the online retail giant shouldn't have kept the facility open after a confirmed case of the COVID-19 coronavirus there last week, said Christian Smalls, an assistant manager at the facility who is leading the protest. Smalls said as many as seven workers there have been diagnosed with the virus. An Amazon spokesperson said Sunday that the company's top priority is worker health and safety. Employees of grocery delivery service Instacart are going on strike demanding more safety precautions and "hazard pay" for every delivery. [CNN, Vice]
Convicted serial killer Lonnie Franklin Jr., who was known as the "Grim Sleeper," has died in prison, California prison officials said Sunday. He was 67. Franklin was found dead in his cell on San Quentin State Prison's death row. He was unresponsive. Prison medical staff tried to revive him and called an ambulance, but he was pronounced dead about 20 minutes later. "There were no signs of trauma," California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation spokeswoman Terry Thornton said. "They don't know why he died." Franklin was sentenced to death in 2016 for murdering 10 women over 23 years, starting in 1984. "I won't say I'm pleased he died but at the end there was justice for all the bad things he did in his life," Diana Ware, stepmother of victim Barbara Ware, told People magazine. "We can now be at peace." [People]
Singer-songwriter John Prine, one of folk and country music's most influential artists, is critically ill under treatment for COVID-19-type symptoms, his family said Sunday. Prine, 73, has been placed on a ventilator. He was hospitalized on Thursday, and his condition got worse on Saturday. Prine's family said the news was hard to share, but they wanted to let fans know to "give you the chance to send on more of that love and support now." Prine's wife and manager Fiona Whelan Prine said earlier in March that she had tested positive for coronavirus, and she and her husband were quarantined, isolated from each other. Grammy winning country singer Joe Diffie, whose hits included "Pickup Man" and "Bigger Than the Beatles," died Sunday of coronavirus complications. [The Associated Press]
As of Friday, at least 11 students at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, have reported symptoms suggesting they have the COVID-19 coronavirus, Dr. Thomas Eppes Jr., the physician in charge of student health services, told The New York Times on Sunday.
Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. came under fire last week when he reopened the campus to students at the end of their spring break, despite public health officials warning against it and Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) banning gatherings of more than 100 people in the state. Falwell said 1,900 students returned to campus last week, and more than 800 have since left. Eppes on Sunday said of the students who have COVID-19 symptoms, three have been referred to hospitals to get tested and eight have been told to self-quarantine.
Falwell told The News & Advance last week that the school had to reopen because Liberty has "a responsibility to our students — who paid to be here, who want to be here, who love it here — to give them the ability to be with their friends, to continue their studies, enjoy the room and board they've already paid for, and to not interrupt their college life."
Referring to the coronavirus, Eppes told the Times that Liberty has since "lost the ability to corral this thing," but he didn't tell Falwell to shut the school down because "I just am not going to be so presumptuous as to say, 'This is what you should do and this is what you shouldn't do.'" Falwell is a staunch ally of President Trump, and has said Liberty is being unfairly targeted for being "Christian" and "conservative." Michael Gillette, a former mayor of Lynchburg and a bioethicist, told the Times "to argue that criticism of Liberty is based on political bias is unfounded and unreasonable. Liberty just did not take this threat as seriously as others have."
|Cache||Requirement HP Exstream Devloper Location Lynchburg, VA Duration 06 Months find the below JD Bachelors Degree or equivalent experience Primarily responsible for developing in HP Exstream template, testing, maintaining, supporting, and documenting templates and document applications. Experience with OpenText Exstream Charting capabilities (bar charts, pie charts, line graphs) - Minimum of 2 years Working knowledge of PDF and Postscript print streams with multiple different output queues and packaging requirements and working knowledge of barcode requirements and development for high volume output Demonstrate experience with advanced Exstream functionality such as variable design, real-time composition, advanced data and content integration, output to multiple document formats, and high-volume workflow optimization. Analytical skill set with experience mapping business requirements to technical specifications required to develop effective document templates Desirable to have experience in Print Mail Industry, Insurance or Financial Services Industry, APPWORX and SQL Developer. Interface regularly with the COE project manager, COE template designer, appropriate business owners, business analyst, test team and fellow Exstream developers.|
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Chesapeake Medical Staffing (CMS) is currently seeking a RN - PCU/TELE for agency contract positions in Lynchburg, VA
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Number of Positions: 2
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|Cache||The decision by the school’s president, Jerry Falwell Jr., to partly reopen his evangelical university enraged residents of Lynchburg, Va. Then students started getting sick.|