Securus Technologies is a company that has stood out in the field of prison communications since the company first came into existence. Currently, the company is one of the largest inmate communications providers in the entire country. Securus Technologies offers services in voice and video communication to inmates in prisons around the country. In addition, they also assist judiciary by providing them with patient monitoring services so that they can track all the communication that goes on between the prisons and the outside world. Currently, the company is being headed by Rick Smith, who heads the company from his position of chief executive officer.
Inmate monitoring has been an of a huge help to prisons all over the country. In the past, the prisons could not monitor all the communication that was going on between inmates and their friends and family, but now with the kind of technology that Securus provides, the task has become a lot simpler. All of the communication that goes on is also recorded and kept so that it can be used if justice demands it. By doing this, the crime rate in the prisons has dropped significantly, and the communication to outside crimes has also dropped. This system has been proven to be extremely efficient, and more and more prisons are opting to go down this route of inmate monitoring.
Because they are a communications provider, it is essential for Securus Technologies to stay at the top of their competition at all times. The company believes in constantly upgrading the technology that they use in their communications and monitoring services so that they can always be at their most efficient level while doing their monitoring. The company has been of an incredible service to society through this supervision and has contributed immensely to public service.
A support group for men afflicted with prostate cancer has been created by Dr. David Samedi at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. The support group will launch in September. It will provide support and assistance for men and their families as they undergo treatment for prostate cancer. Dr. David Samedi is the chief of robotic surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital and is also the head of the urology department there. Mr. Samedi is also a board certified urologic oncologist who is considered to be one of the world’s foremost experts on the treatment of prostate cancer.
Dr. David Samedi says he is very excited about the launch of the new support group at Lenox Hill Hospital. As a surgeon who treats prostate cancer using robotic surgery, Dr. Samedi realizes how debilitating and devastating prostate cancer can be. His new support group provides men suffering from and recovering from prostate cancer an avenue to discuss their experiences and support one another. It can make a world of a difference to someone suffering from prostate cancer to be able to share their story with others and lean against them for support as they battle the disease. Discussions at the newly launched support group will also be kept confidential to protect the rights and privacy of those attending the support group’s meetings.
Another key goal of the new prostate cancer support group at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York is to promote yearly checkups for prostate cancer for men. Early detection can greatly increase the chances of successful recovery. Dr. David Samedi states that prostate cancer is the second leading cause of death for men in the USA and it is imperative that men check their prostates on a regular basis.
Both survivors and those recently diagnosed with prostate cancer are welcome to attend the support group led by Dr. David Samedi. Survivors of prostate cancer are welcome to share their story of recovery and gain support after surviving this disease. Newly diagnosed patients can come to learn more about the disease and what options they have available to them for treatment.
Dr. Samedi is also a medical contributor to publications such as Fox News. He frequently discusses issues of health and disease at Fox News both on live television as a contributor and on the web as a writer. Anybody interested in more information about Dr. Samedi’s support group at Lenox Hill Hospital can call (212)365-5000.
There is a blue eyed, young-but-not-so-young, handsome angel out there named Cameron. Residing in Toronto, he does maxillofacial and oral surgeries. What makes him so angelic, aside from his eyes that mesmerize? Well, he is actively involved in learning, teaching, producing and providing treatments that involve regrowing facial bones using stem cells from people’s own bodies.
Does that make you feel a flurry of butterflies, yet? Bloomberg revealed that Cameron Clokie also teaches at the University of Toronto, where he teaches his precious skills to the next generation of maxilliofacial and oral surgeons. There are really no complaints about him—he is a pretty amazing doctor and an awesome teacher. His patients love him. His students love him. He is not running out of passion for his line of work anytime soon. Read more: Dr. Cameron Clokie Gives His Quick Tips for Tooth Care While Traveling
When some think about stem cells, the image of a fetus being ripped out of a vagina, taken apart in a lab and put into the spine of a crippled person comes to mind. In fact, this was what was portrayed in an episode of South Park that took on the issue of stem cells.
Any human being who watches this episode and is uneducated about stem cells would not know that stem cells are in everybody’s bodies—even into adulthood. The whole point of Cameron Clokie’s work is to harvest and activate these stem cells so that bone regrows back. When it comes to this type of fascinating, path-breaking technology, there are stricter restrictions in the United States. This is why Canada, Europe and wherever else are hotbeds for cool, new treatments.