Medical treatment in Germany for international patients: How it works

Medical treatment in Germany for international patients, a short introduction video about your personal path towards high quality medical care in Germany.

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Patient story: Middle Eastern woman can finally walk pain-free after undergoing hip surgery in Germany

Ms. Amal Ahmad was suffering from severe hip problems when she approached Premier Healthcare Germany. She had already undergone nine unsuccessful surgeries and was in pain with every step she took. Premier Healthcare Germany found an orthopedic specialist in Germany who agreed to take the case. The surgery was a success. The patient was so satisfied with our service, she returned to Germany several months later to operate on the other hip.

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Hip surgery in Germany: Middle Eastern patient and Medical Case Manager share their stories

A Middle Eastern woman was born with a congenital hip problem. After undergoing multiple unsuccessful surgeries in her home country and in Thailand, she finally turned to Premier Healthcare Germany in the hope that an orthopedic surgeon in Germany would be able to help. This is her story.

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Deutschland 2050: Eine Welt ohne NS-Zeitzeugen – aber die Erinnerung bleibt noch

Die letzte Generation die die NS-Zeit erlebt hat sterbt langsam aus. Aber werden die Erinnerungen mit den Menschen sterben? Gedenkstättenpädagogin Iris Groschek sagt nein.

Alison Haywood

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Die „Gedenkstätte KZ Neuengamme“ ist nicht nur die Endstation für den 327er Bus von Hamburg Bergedorf, sondern war auch die Endstation für 429.000 Menschen, die vor 70 Jahren dort ums Leben kamen. Continue reading

Volunteers incorporate fungi into Swan Creek Food Forest

Community volunteers attended a work party at the Swan Creek Park Food Forest April 5. They inoculated logs with fungi spores in order to eventually cultivate an edible mushroom patch. Fungi expert Ja Schindler, who is the founder and director of Fungi for the People, helped teach volunteers about fungi cultivation. For more information on the Food Forest, visit its Facebook page. To contact Ja, email fungiforthepeople@gmail.com.

Protestors rally against deportation

Originally aired on MastTV’s News @ Nine March 20, 2014

Protestors rallied at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center on the Tacoma Tideflats March 11. They came to protest U.S. immigration policy – specifically deportation – and show support for hunger striking detainees.

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PLU chef to participate in culinary competition

A chef from Dining and Culinary Services will represent PLU later this week at a national culinary competition. Sous chef Chuk Blessum is flying to Los Angeles to compete in “Flavors,” an annual competition put on by the National Association of College and University Food Service.

The competitors will work with lobsters as their main dish. They are judged on organization, professionalism, hygiene and technique as well as the quality of their final product.

Blessum got into food service at an early age working as a dishwasher at a country club, but got serious about it when he realized becoming a chef could allow him to travel, first around the country and then around the world.

Chefs from PLU have competed in the NACUFS [Nack — Uffs] competition since 2007, and Blessum has participated the past two years. Last year in Reno, his sautéed duck breast won second place. This year, he said he hopes to do even better.

Rain just keeps coming; flood watch kicks in Wednesday

Published in the Tacoma News Tribune March 4, 2014

The National Weather Service issued a flood watch for Pierce County, and it goes into effect Wednesday afternoon. The weather service predicts the Puyallup River will experience minor flooding near Orting Thursday around midnight, but the river will probably not flood near the city of Puyallup.

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