Baltimore Hospital Patient Discharged at Bus Stop, Stumbling and Cold

A video of the woman, who appears to have trouble keeping her balance, shows her wearing nothing but socks and a hospital gown.

At Veterans Hospital in Oregon, a Push for Better Ratings Puts Patients at Risk, Doctors Say

At Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center, doctors and nurses said, hospital administrators reject high-risk patients in pursuit of a higher score.

His Tattoo Said ‘Do Not Resuscitate.’ Doctors Wanted Another Opinion.

When a dying man arrived at a Miami hospital this year, unconscious, but with end-of-life wishes tattooed on his chest, doctors called on an ethics expert.

After the Las Vegas Shooting, Concertgoers Became Medics

Trauma experts say that private citizens saved lives by applying pressure to wounds and rushing victims to hospitals. Such successes have prompted calls for more first-aid training.