TCPalm.com VERO BEACH —  They prayed for the injured and dead in Las Vegas. They prayed for their loved ones. They prayed for doctors and nurses, police and military, firefighters and emergency responders. The gathering of about 15 people in Indian River Medical Center's chapel even prayed Thursday for Stephen Paddock, 64, the man who fired indiscriminately on...

VeroNews.com It won’t fit on a bumper sticker, but “right anterior thoracotomies” happen. So, too, do “peripheral cannulations in the groin artery” and “congestive heart failures.” And sometimes all those things happen at the most inopportune times. Like, for instance, just before, during and immediately after a hurricane. What...

VeroNews.com If you are curious, you could go to the National Institutes of Health’s website and look up the definition of a “cancer navigator,” but if you want an even clearer picture, just spend some time with Sandy Webster, Denise Hudspeth and Joanna Brown, patient navigators...

Vero Beach, FLA (August 8, 2017) — First responders gain valuable education in preventing dangerous situations with school children as the Indian River Sheriff’s Office School Resource Unit and the Indian River School District Psychological Services worked with Indian River Medical Center behavioral health specialists....

Vero Beach, FLA (July 14, 2017) — The Indian River Medical Center’s Board of Directors unanimously   approved today a resolution to explore potential partnership opportunities with hospitals or multi-hospital organizations, with special focus on not-for-profit organizations with a charitable mission, to provide the long-term delivery...

Medical Center Uses Technology to Partner with Patients Vero Beach, FLA (July 10, 2017) — Indian River Medical Center (IRMC) was named among the Health Care’s Most Wired® by a recent survey conducted by the American Hospital Association (AHA) Health Forum.  Technology is making it easier...