Health system CEO called up for active duty; FBI, bomb-sniffing dogs check out hospital after threats made;

> Lancaster General Health CEO Thomas Beeman has been called up for active duty starting Oct. 15, the Central Penn Business Journal reports. The Navy reservist, who holds the rank of captain, will serve up to a year as deputy director of the National Intrepid Center of Excellence, which researches and treats traumatic brain injury and psychology issues in veterans and military staff. Article

> The FBI and a state bomb-sniffing dog team checked Concord (N.H.) Hospital's property in response to threats made to the hospital, the Concord Monitor reports. Article

> Canton-Potsdam Hospital in Potsdam, N.Y., is going locavore, buying more produce from local farmers, the Watertown Daily Times reports. Article

> A woman is suing Nebraska Medical Center for a surgical fire that left her with disfiguring burns, Canadian Press reports. Article

> Poplar Bluff (Mo.) Regional Medical Center plans to build a $270 million, 300-bed facility the Southeast Missourian reports. Article

And Finally... Apparently Brits don't age as well as wine. Article

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