The Alabama Community College System is partnering with the Office of Apprenticeship and hospitals to launch the nurse apprenticeship program. The program is being developed to help address the ongoing nursing shortage in Alabama.
During the first special session of 2022, the Alabama legislature passed bills dealing with money from the American Rescue Plan Act. About $80 million was sent to the hospitals and nursing homes in the state to fight COVID-19.
A Mid-South sleep expert says switching to permanent daylight saving time could have a detrimental impact on our health. The Senate this week overwhelmingly passed a bill that would make d.s.t. the norm in the U.S.
The grants for the Low-Income Household Water Assistance Program will enable community service agencies to help with residential water and wastewater services costs for low-income households in all 67 counties.
On the heels of the untimely death of former Miss USA Cheslie Kryst, the Mississippi Department of Mental Health is reminding everyone about the importance of suicide prevention and the resources available to save lives.
Alabama dentists say the state is on the verge of a workforce crisis. One-third of Alabama’s dentists are sixty years or older. At least half of those practice in rural Alabama, which means the majority of rural dentists are eyeing retirement.