Drill bit left in patient's head during neurosurgery; Medical mall slated to open in 2011;

> Part of a drill bit was left behind in a Rhode Island Hospital patient's head during neurosurgery, the Associated Press reports. It was discovered and removed two days later. The hospital suspended the doctor and OR staff. Article
 
> A medical mall is slated to open in Richland, Miss., next year, the Clarion Ledger reports. Article

> Add Sebastian River Medical Center to the list of hospitals that posts estimated wait times for its ERs on the left side of its web page, TCPalm.com reports. Article

> A Fort Worth man is waiting for doctors at the Burn Center at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston to find a donor for a face transplant, the Dallas Morning News reports. Article

> Police are investigating a Duke Hospital patient's death as a possible homicide, WRAL reports. Article

And Finally... Skipping the stilettos would be cheaper. Article

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