100 years ago, the Sisters of Divine Savior founded DSH on the principle that every life holds meaning and everyone deserves the same standard of care. Today, our staff is still dedicated to that idea, but we’ve also taken to heart another of the Sister’s founding principles: That we must change with the changing needs of those we serve. We’ve updated our surgical suites and provide 24-hour emergency care so we’re always ready for the unexpected. We built Tivoli, a long-term care facility, and LaVita, a fitness and rehabilitation center, to help our community live healthier, fuller lives. With modern facilities, time-tested principles and commitment to adapting to our community’s needs, we’re dedicated to providing you a new kind of care.
Computer vision syndrome (CVS) or digital eye strain, can affect anyone who spends three or more hours a day in front of a computer, tablet, e-reader or cell phone. Many individuals are at risk, including those who “cannot work without a computer.” And that’s not counting the millions of children, adolescents and adults who spend many hours a day playing screen-based games or using e-readers. The average American worker spends seven hours a day on the computer, either in the office or working from home.