Doctor shot at Hopkins goes home after 10 days in hospital; Bed bugs found on two visitor chairs at UT Medical Center;

> Dr. David Cohen, the surgeon who was shot in the abdomen at Johns Hopkins Hospital, went home after 10 days of recovery, the Baltimore Sun reports. Article

> Two rooms at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville were treated with pesticide and will be closed for 17 days, after bed bugs were found on two visitor sleeper chairs, WBIR reports. Article

> Michigan Rural Healthcare Preservation, a nonprofit, agreed to purchase Cheboygan (Mich.) Memorial Hospital, the Petoskey News reports. Article

> The governing board of Bert Fish Medical Center voted Monday a second time to affiliate with a large hospital system, the Orlando Sentinel reports. This time the vote occurred during a public meeting, unlike last time. Article

> Saint Thomas Health Services named Dawn Rudolph as the new president and CEO for the 541-bed Saint Thomas Hospital in Nashville, reports. Article

And Finally... A new spin on "slippery when wet." Article