Many of our healthcare clients are on the front lines of this pandemic. Their lifesaving work inspires us on a daily basis, and we’re proud to partner alongside them. Here’s a small snapshot of some of their incredible work.
- A new study at Rush University Medical Center will have coronavirus patients lie facedown with oxygen to see if it saves them from having to go on ventilators.
- Rush University Medical Center was built post 9/11 to handle mass outbreaks. They’re ready to meet the challenge if needed.
- As part of a newly approved federal trial, researchers at Hackensack Meridian Health are preparing to infuse patients fighting for life with antibody-rich blood plasma donated by a neonatal doctor who was infected with the virus and recovered.
- The respiratory assessment center opened in Augusta Health’s Waynesboro urgent care center just two weeks ago as a place for staff to screen patients for symptoms to determine if they need to be tested for COVID-19.
- Shriner’s Hospital for Children has designed a special flag to honor health care workers.
- Shriner’s Hospital for Children is ready to take overflow coronavirus patients if necessary.