Nurse practitioner bikes to house calls; Toxic gas released during renovations at long-term-care hospital;

> A nurse practitioner in Bellingham, Wash., bikes to house calls, the Bellingham Herald reports. Article

> The armored car robbery at DeKalb Medical Center last week was an inside job, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. An employee of the armored car company, Loomis, was one of two armed men who robbed the armored car last Wednesday at the hospital's loading dock area. Article

>Toxic gas released during roof renovations at a state long-term care hospital sent 10 to the hospital, the Providence Journal reports. Article

> OhioHealth named Vinson Yates president of Grant Medical Center, Columbus Business First reports. Article

And Finally... Whatever happened to the practice of studying old illuminated manuscripts? Article

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