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Paris Regional Medical Center Affiliates With Baylor Scott & White

Sharing best practices can help both Baylor and Paris Regional improve patient care, he said. Baylor has similar clinical services affiliations with hospitals in Sulphur Springs, Greenville, Decatur and Glenrose, Allison said. When those hospitals compliment our own service offerings, that affiliation helps meet that communitys needs, Allison told me. A lot of times, (the affiliation) is because they need relationships for upstream referrals for a higher level of care than they offer in that community. It allows us to work with them to improve access to quality care for the people in those areas. Baylor Health Care System is part of the new Baylor Scott & White Health, the largest not-for-profit health system in Texas. Paris Regional Medical Center will continue to be part of RegionalCare Hospital Partners, an eight-hospital multistate system.
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Ritz Paris offers sneak peek at new decor on revamped website

But yes, it hurts me. He's a good kid, he works hard and it's not an easy situation for him not to be playing every time. As reported by Jeremy Wilson in The Telegraph , Manchester United , Inter and Napoli are other possible destinations for Mata, who has played far fewer games than he would have hoped this season. With just nine starts in the Premier League during the 2013/14 campaign so far, the playmaker could favour a move elsewhere and it could be his wishes that decide his future. However, despite interest from a host of clubs, it will surely be the mega-rich Ligue 1 club that will pose the biggest threat of prying Mata away from the Blues. Laurent Blanc is on the lookout for a creative midfielder and has the funds availablea reported 35 millionto tempt Mourinho into selling the 25-year-old.
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Paris Saint-Germain Transfer News and Rumours Tracker: Week of January 6

View gallery The first images of the renovated Ritz Paris have been unveiled on the hotel's new website. Closed for renovation since summer 2012, the famed hotel on the Place Vendome in Paris is scheduled to reopen in 2014. In the meantime, the Ritz offers a sneak peek at its updated decor through its brand new website. Fans of the Ritz can catch a glimpse of the Imperial Suite, the luxurious indoor pool at the spa, and the Michelin-starred L'Espadon restaurant through colorful sketches by illustrator Damien Cuypers. A video takes the website's visitors behind the scenes of the renovation, presenting a few previously unseen images. In addition, the new website allows the Ritz to present its legendary history, describing how Coco Chanel took up residence at the hotel in the 1930s, how Ernest Hemingway "liberated" the hotel bar in 1944, and how legendary French chef Auguste Escoffier was present from the Ritz's founding in 1898. The two-year renovation covers everything from the hotel's rooms and suites to its manicured gardens and gourmet dining facilities.
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Paris? ?living wines? raise the bar

Maison du Miel (French site only), 24 rue Vignon, 9th arrondissement; +33 1 47 42 26 70 Dead stylish ... Vintage specs at Pour Vos Beaux Yeux. 4. Pour Vos Beaux Yeux This may be the coolest collection of specs on the planet. The legendary folding Persol model of sunglasses worn by Steve McQueen in "The Thomas Crown Affair" and a Ray-Ban Bausch & Lomb frame like that perched on Johnny Depp's nose in "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" are among the vintage items on sale. After the success of his first store in Nice, optician and eyewear-collector Charles Mosa opened this second shop in Paris in 2011.
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The amount of irrational love I have for the city can only come twitter from a past connection or perhaps from all the literature and film Ive devoured on the City of Light. After my third time there, earlier this month, I hopped onto an eight-hour flight back to Dubai. I flicked through the in-flight entertainment and came across a film my friend had recommended continue Midnight in Paris. OK, I thought, lets take Paris along for the ride home. The film is, in its vibrant cinematography and homage to the 1920s, director Woody Allens love letter to the city and to the talent it harboured. Throughout, I felt Owen Wilsons characters adoration for Paris, for its beauty when it rains. He is thoroughly enchanted by free the cobblestone streets, the cafes and buildings steeped in history, with ghosts of great writers, artists and poets on every corner.
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9 quirky and brilliant Paris boutiques

Cafe de la Nouvelle Mairie In the perennially hip Latin Quarter youll find Cafe de la Nouvelle Mairie (19 Rue des Fosses Saint-Jacques, 33 1 44 07 04 41), an unassuming cafe and wine bar with warm yellow walls, worn wood tables and chalkboards listing the days specials including around 18 wines by the glass. The bearlike co-proprieter, Benjamin Fourty, started serving natural wine exclusively three years ago, after being turned off by overly oaky traditional vintages. I wanted to taste the true wine and tell the region from where it came, he explains. You can really taste the fruit in natural wine. And the terroir, too, which is why a Roussillon Bottle Neck red we deemed a bit too earthy; Fourty replaced it with a lighter, friendlier Cotes du Rhone called Sierra du Sud. At just 5 euros a glass, why not experiment? Unlike many Paris eateries, Cafe de la Nouvelle Mairie stays open all day starting at 8 a.m.
More: http://nypost.com/2014/01/06/paris-living-wines-raise-the-bar/

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