Southern Nevada will open its first new hospital in eight years when Henderson Hospital starts seeing its first patients the morning of Oct. 31.
About a dozen students huddle into a tight semicircle, every face set in unbroken concentration as Joe Turner and Harley Haskins, K2 Energy Solutions chemical engineers, demonstrate the principles of battery-cell production using an array of materials spread across a small portable table.
Telemedicine — practicing medicine through two-way voice or visual communication — is starting to become accepted as mainstream in Nevada. Since telemedicine began its current surge in popularity, technological updates, areas of practice and consumer demand all have been on the rise.
More than not, dogged determination pays off in the end — either for you or the next generation. Whether it’s fighting for your company, your family, your health or beliefs, just keeping at it seems to win the day, week, month, year or even the decade.
The industrial sector dominated the list of projects — especially in North Las Vegas — on display during NAIOP Southern Nevada’s annual bus tour, a guided journey of some of the valley’s new commercial real estate projects.
The 19th-century American poet Ralph Waldo Emerson famously observed that “the first wealth is health,” but the business of health is proving an effective path to wealth-building of a more material sort. Health care careers are among the most lucrative in Clark County, accounting for six of the top 10 spots in a new list released by the jobs website zippia.com.
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