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PCOM Georgia’s Chief Campus Officer Bryan Ginn, Jr., was recently named the recipient of the Robert S. Stubbs II Guardian of Ethics Award by the Rotary Club of Gwinnett for the 2020-2021 year.

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Georgia’s two U.S. senators are pushing legislation to let Georgia and 11 other states that have not expanded Medicaid coverage through the Affordable Care Act do so through a new “look-alike” federal program.

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Northeast Georgia Medical Center officials recently gathered with their counterparts from Longstreet Clinic and Northeast Georgia Physicians Group on Thursday to ceremonially open its new Braselton Cancer Center.

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ATLANTA - State health officials are asking the federal government’s permission to delay the implementation date of a limited, Georgia-specific expansion of Medicaid for at least a month.

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Gwinnett County sheriff's deputies handle arrest warrants and help catch bad guys in the county, but the Sheriff's Office is looking to tackle another issue facing the Gwinnett County community: mental health.

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ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp signed an executive order Tuesday prohibiting state agencies, state service providers, and state properties from requiring COVID-19 vaccine passports.

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For some people who’ve survived a coronavirus infection, certain symptoms persist even after the virus itself dies off. Since spring 2020, patients around the world have reported a persistent post-COVID “brain fog” — difficulty thinking, remembering, and sustaining attention — even though physical and cognitive examinations reveal no obvious signs of impairment.

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While the event — which is regularly heralded as the world's largest Relay For Life event — traditionally has a carnival-like atmosphere, this year's event was more subdued and done as a two-hour "drive-in relay."

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Georgia’s Department of Public Health has issued a warning about a cluster of overdoses from counterfeit pills that contain fentanyl, a potent opioid drug.

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