Four months into the coronavirus crisis that has killed more than 13,500 New Jersey residents, the Bergen County hospital hit first by the outbreak now says it has no coronavirus patients.
Speaking on Fox 5 News, Dr. Suraj Saggar, Holy Name Medical Center's chief of infectious disease, weighs in on some of the latest updates on COVID-19. Is a mutation making the virus more infectious, yet less deadly? Will there be a vaccine by 2021? What is the final word on Hydroxychloroquine to treat patients?
"The hospice is not set on death with dignity, but rather life with dignity," says Dr. Charles Vialotti, medical director of our residential hospice, Villa Marie Claire. ICYMI click the link below to learn more about our partnership with Unbridled Heroes and how we are connecting abused horses with veterans.
Hospitals are restocking their warehouses with N95 masks, protective gowns, and surgical gloves. Their supply managers are hunting for hand- sanitizer refills and the chemicals used in coronavirus tests. Engineers are tuning up ventilators that breathed for thousands of patients.
Amy and Mark Steppe used the therapeutic nature of mustangs to revitalize their relationship and help others get through their own struggles. Now, they will be able to bring that service to the patients of Villa Marie Claire in Saddle River.
Edward Pierce is a busy man. A highly sought-after scenic designer and design adapter, Pierce earned a Tony nomination for the 2018 revival of Angels in America and serves as the global design supervisor for Wicked, to name but two entries in a sprawling list of credits.