2012 Newsroom Archives

December 12, 2012
The George Washington University Hospital "Gives Back" This Holiday Season

November 12, 2012
Richard Davis, Chief Financial Officer Leaving GW Hospital

October 22, 2012
GW Hospital successfully completes modernization of emergency department

October 18, 2012
The George Washington University Hospital launches a new Robotic Surgery Website

October 17, 2012
George Washington University Hospital's Medical Director Offers Tips for D.C. Race-Runners 

October 9, 2012
GW Hospital Statement on Meningitis Issue

September 21, 2012
GW Hospital to Launch Kidney Transplant Services

September 10, 2012
“Wrist Approach” Speeds Recovery after Heart Catheterization Procedures

August 31, 2012
GWUH's International Institute of Robotic Surgery reaches milestone with 3,000th procedure performed 

August 8, 2012
The George Washington University Hospital Appoints
 Dr. Mohamad Z. Koubeissi New Director, Epilepsy Center

July 10, 2012
Dr. Frederick C. Lough: Duty Calls Again
Clinical Director of Cardiac Surgery Deploys to Afghanistan

June 19, 2012
Stay Safe as Temperatures Soar

June 19, 2012
GW Hospital Highlighted in Healthcare Equality Index 2012

June 12, 2012
It’s Father’s Day—And a Good Time to Remind Dad to See the Doctor

May 21, 2012
Five Ways to Protect Your Skin this Summer

May 4, 2012
The George Washington University Hospital Celebrates National Nurses Week May 6-12

May 2, 2012
GWUH is the first hospital in the region to use a near-infrared fluorescence imaging guided system available for the robotic da Vinci Si Laparoscopic Surgical System.

April 30, 2012
GWUH Recognizes Trauma Awareness Month, Advocates for Safe Driving

March 29, 2012
GWUH Receives “Get With The Guidelines” Gold Plus Performance Achievement Award

March 16, 2012
GWUH Names New Medical Director, Psychiatric Services

March 14, 2012
GWUH's Medical Director Dr. Gary Little Offers Race Preparation Tips for this Weekend’s Rock n’ Roll Marathon

March 9, 2012
Barry A. Wolfman Named CEO/Managing Director of The George Washington University Hospital

March 8, 2012
George Washington University Hospital Sleep Experts Offer Tips To Help You Spring Forward With Ease

February 9, 2012
First Whipple in the Region: Pancreatic Surgery Performed with the Da Vinci Robot at George Washington University Hospital

February 7, 2012
The George Washington University Hospital Names New Director, Critical Care Services

January 26, 2012
Construction Underway to Expand George Washington University Hospital’s Emergency Department

January 23, 2012
The Leader in Robotics: The George Washington University Hospital to Become Home Of First Multi-Specialty Training Center in the Nation in Late Summer 2012; Invests in Two da Vinci Si Robots

January 6, 2012
The George Washington University Hospital to Open New Diagnostic Imaging Center in Foggy Bottom

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