Hospital patients view test results on Apple devices; Real estate developer to build healthcare park;

> Loyola University Health System debuted an app that lets patients view a list of current meds, make appointments and view test results online using their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch devices, CMIO reports. Article

> The founder of one of Taiwan's real estate development and construction companies pledged to donate $333 million to build a medical and healthcare park in his hometown in Miaoli County in northern Taiwan, so that 47,000 Miaoli residents will no longer need to travel to big cities in the north and south of the island for care, FocusTaiwan reports. The park will feature a 685-bed hospital, a nursing home, a biotech R&D center and a cancer research center. Article

> Centegra Health System plans to build a $233 million hospital in Huntley, Ill., a Chicago suburb, The Courier-News reports. The 360,000-square foot hospital will have 128 patient beds and a full-service ER. Article

> One downside of retail medical clinics is that they are not part of the local health systems or provider networks, according to Dr. Jitesh Chawla's blog. Blog

> LHP Hospital Group and Seton Family of Hospitals are partnering to build a $100 million, 83-bed hospital by Q3 2012, the Austin-American Statesman reports. The Seton Family of Hospitals has opened three hospitals in the past three years. Article

And Finally... Uh oh. Someone forgot to neuter her dog. Article

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