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Indian River Medical Center Welcomes 15 New FSU Medical Students

Vero Beach, FLA (July 20, 2016) — Indian River Medical Center (IRMC) recently welcomed 15 new third- and fourth-year medical students from The Florida State University College of Medicine. It is the ninth year IRMC has participated in the educational program. Medical students shadow physicians both in and out of the hospital to learn clinical knowledge […]

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Indian River Medical Center Receives Get With The Guidelines® – Heart Failure Silver Quality Achievement Award

Vero Beach, FLA (July 12, 2016) Indian River Medical Center (IRMC) has received the American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines® – Heart Failure Silver Quality Achievement Award. The award recognizes IRMC’s commitment and success in ensuring heart failure patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines. To receive the Silver Quality Achievement […]

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20

Indian River Medical Center Welcomes 15 New FSU Medical Students

Vero Beach, FLA (July 20, 2016) — Indian River Medical...
Jul
13

Indian River Medical Center Receives Get With The Guidelines® – Heart Failure Silver Quality Achievement Award

Vero Beach, FLA (July 12, 2016) Indian River Medical...
Jul
5

IRMC Welcomes Medical Oncologist Stephen Patterson, M.D. to the Scully-Welsh Cancer Center

Vero Beach, FLA (July 5, 2016) — Indian River Medical...

Events [View All Events]

Jul
25

Heart Health Seminar

Join us at HarborChase of Vero Beach for a special heart...
Jul
26

Monthly Prayer Service

Brief interfaith prayer service conducted monthly by...
Jul
26

Cancer Support Group

Cancer Support Group Guest speaker followed by breakout...

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Facial nerve palsy due to birth trauma

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