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The COVID-19 Unit will include designated rooms where staff can don and doff personal protective equipment (PPE), including isolation gowns, gloves, N95 respirators, face shields, and/or positive pressure protective suits.
She will also continue as a professor of pediatrics and emergency medicine at the Yale School of Medicine.
Although Stamford has long led the state in COVID cases, becoming the first Connecticut municipality to top 3,000 last week, the hospital has been seeing a steady reduction in hospitalizations for the past several weeks, from a high of 149 coronavirus patients on April 14 to less than 50 now.
The experimental trial is overseen by the Mayo Clinic.
Yale New Haven Health System CEO Marna Borgstrom said that while various models differ, “the arc of the curve (of positive cases) is slowing down and tailing off.”
“We have had patients having to travel 40-50 miles for cancer care, particularly with post-surgical procedures when they’re not feeling well," hospital president Norman Roth said. “There’s no reason to have to continue to do that.”
The Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) State Laboratory has identified three additional presumptive positive cases of COVID-19, Gov Ned Lamont announced today. To...
The practice will also feature speech language pathologists specializing in voice and swallow therapies.
Twenty-four of the state's 28 hospitals finished 2018 in the black, realizing a 5.92% profit margin, down from 2017’s 7.05%.
The hospital also operates a business office at the 3-story, 105,000-square-foot medical office building.
The hospital will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the opening of both the new Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital Pediatric Specialty Center and the Greenwich Hospital Pediatric Outpatient Clinic on Nov. 14.
Hospitals statewide earned $464 million in income from nonoperating sources of revenue for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2017, a 10 percent decrease from the previous year.
Greenwich Hospital said its hospice care services had experienced "a significant decline in volume and lower than expected community utilization."
“We’re fortunate in that the communities we serve like to be a part of us reaching our goals,” said Greenwich Hospital COO Diane Kelly.