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“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.
None of the affected workers are involved in current patient care or COVID-19 operations. Instead, the organization said, many worked in areas that are closed or experienced a significant reduction in operations due to social distancing requirements and/or public health mandates and guidelines specific to health systems.
A continued decline in COVID-19-related hospitalizations is giving hope that the state is on the downside of the coronavirus curve, Gov. Ned Lamont said today, even as positive cases rose by over 800 and another 125 deaths were recorded.
Connecticut marked another grim COVID-19 milestone today, adding another 65 deaths to bring the total to 1,036. Fairfield County recorded 19 fatalities to bring...
Approximately 1,033 patients have been hospitalized, and statewide fatalities now stand at 165, with Fairfield County accounting for 86 of those deaths.
While recovery time for myomectomies and hysterectomies can be two to six weeks and six to eight weeks, respectively, patients undergoing the Sonata procedure can often return to their normal routine the following day.
Kathleen Silard joined Stamford Health in 2003 as executive vice president and chief operating officer and was named president and CEO last year.
When it comes to mega-mergers, count Stamford out, says CEO Kathleen Silard: “We are driven by a desire to operate in the best interests of our community, which means not taking directions from a big office located somewhere else."
Bailey joins Stamford Health from Mission Health in Asheville, North Carolina, where he had been the chief program development officer and the president of its direct primary care practice, Avenu Health.
This type of fracture is caused by a collapse of a vertebra due to trauma or weakening of the vertebrae.
“Not one of you wouldn’t be here if you weren’t excellent at what you do,” said keynote speaker Kate Hampford Donahue.