News in 2015

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The Leapfrog Group recognizes outstanding UCI Health patient safety record

April 29, 2015
UCI Health was honored with an “A” grade in the Spring 2015 Hospital Safety Score, a rating of how well hospitals protect patients from...

Orange County Medical Association recognizes 115 UCI Health doctors as Physicians of Excellence

April 27, 2015
The 2015 Orange County Medical Association Physicians of Excellence list includes 115 UCI Health doctors. The list was published in a special...

UCI Health oncologist receives NIH grant to study leukemia cell mutation

April 22, 2015
UC Irvine cancer specialist Richard Van Etten, MD, PhD, has received a $2.7-million grant from the National Institutes for Health to continue his...

Vision — and hope — renewed

Renee Montague's sight was restored after surgery with Dr. Garg
April 17, 2015
Renee Montague had all but given up hope for recovering her vision after years enduring numerous invasive eye surgeries, a dozen sets of contact...

UCI Health expert to discuss the future of surgery and kidney disease

April 16, 2015
The future of surgery is here. UCI Health urologist Dr. Jaime Landman will discuss the latest advances in imaging procedures, ablative...

New UCI Health specialty center opens in Tustin

April 15, 2015
UCI Health has opened an office in Tustin that includes specialists in dermatology, ear, nose and throat, gastroenterology and digestive disease...

UCI Health expert offers top 10 tips for vocal care for World Voice Day

April 14, 2015
A healthy voice is easy to take for granted, says UCI Health voice, swallowing and breathing expert Dr. Sunil Verma. In honor of World Voice Day on...

UCI Health neurosciences team sees a spark others miss to revive man in coma

April 13, 2015
IN THE NEWS: Last summer, 48-year-old Marc Kaiser had descended into a persistent vegetative state. Despite a bleak prognosis at other hospitals...

Kidney surgeries: A thing of the past?

April 13, 2015
David Pearl was told that the growth in his kidney was cancerous and he would need surgery right away — a biopsy would be too risky. He...

Fecal transplant helps man survive gut infection

April 02, 2015
Fecal transplant ends a UCI Health patient's 10-month battle with Clostridium difficile infection of the intestines.