Health Care Update: How Are Hospitals & Health Care Workers Faring During the COVID-19 Pandemic?
As the numbers of cases of COVID-19 rise in Maine, we hear from hospital representatives about what is being done to prepare facilities, equipment and health care workers to deal with the growing pandemic.
Guests: Dr. John Alexander, chief quality officer for Central Maine Healthcare
Dr. James Jarvis, medical specialist, Incident Command, Northern Light Health at Eastern Maine Medical Center
- MEMA, National Guard To Set Up Care Sites As Maine Coronavirus Death Toll Rises To 12
- Rural Maine Hospitals Get Creative To Prepare Facilities For COVID-19
- Maine May Have Received Its Last Shipment Of Protective Equipment From The Federal Stockpile
- Coronavirus: Where’s The Personal Protective Equipment?
- Health Care Workers Confront Equipment Shortages, Infection Threat, Emotional Stress
- Central Maine Healthcare To Furlough About 300 Staff
- CDC Now Recommends Americans Consider Wearing Cloth Face Coverings In Public
- Coronavirus Testing Backlogs Continue As Laboratories Struggle To Keep Up With Demand
- A New Device Could Allow Four Patients To Share The Same Ventilator