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The net result, the surgeons say, will be more efficient care, quicker recovery times, fewer return trips to the hospital, and ultimately more lives saved.
According to unofficial results from Secretary of the State Denise Merrill’s office, Caroline Simmons (D) received 15,565 votes (52.54%) while unaffiliated candidate Bobby Valentine received 14,060 votes (47.46%) in Tuesday's election.
“Very few of those who moved here from New York City have moved back at the end of their lease terms, and most have chosen to stay,” boasted BLT Co-president Michael Handler.
Outgoing Mayor David Martin said he couldn't imagine how either of his successors -- State Rep. Caroline Simmons or Bobby Valentine -- could “mess this up."
Celebrity fitness expert Billy Blanks Jr. will make a return appearance.
The new expansion of “No Barriers” will focus on a door-to-door approach to increase vaccination efforts and reduce vaccine hesitancy in communities hit hardest by the coronavirus.
Stamford is the first hospital in the Northeast to adopt the technology, which projects 3D navigation data onto the surgeon's retina.
The city of Stamford, Stamford Health and Building and Land Technology have agreed to open a second Covid-19 vaccination super site at 1 Elmcroft...
An ongoing concern is that non-Covid patients are still reluctant to come to the hospital for the treatment of other critical conditions like cancer.
“We’re in much better condition now than we were in the spring," says Stamford Heath President and CEO Kathleen Silard.
“We will only release (a Covid vaccine) when it is safe and effective,” Gov. Ned Lamont declared, adding that overcoming some residents’ “vaccine hesitancy” could be a challenge.
The virtual event will also feature welcoming remarks by Mayor David Martin, and will take place at the Residence Inn by Marriott Stamford Downtown on Sept. 30.
Of the eight hospitals that did not realize a gain in operating revenue, only one was in Fairfield County: Norwalk Hospital.
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.