Michael Maron, Holy Name Medical Center CEO and president, joins ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss what hospitals on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic are doing to care for patients. Holy Name Medical Center is located in Teaneck, NJ, where a majority of the state’s cases are.
The Story of One Hospitals Daily Battle with Covid-19 on 880 InDepth. Dr. Suraj Saggar, Chief of Infectious Diseases at Holy Name Medical Center talks about what his typical day looks like, how he and his team are handling the emotional and physical toil, the promise of clinical trials for Covid-19 patients, and more.
Michele Acito, Holy Name's director of nursing has been caring for Covid-19 patients since the start of the pandemic. The ICU is flooded with patients and more keep coming in...the patients include 3 of her family members. On CNN's At this Hour, Acito describes her heartbreak and resolve.
March 30 was a meaningful day for Arlene Van Dyk. The longtime intensive care unit nurse at the Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, New Jersey, got to see a patient leave the ICU — a woman who’d contracted the coronavirus and spent 10 days on a ventilator.
Marie Claire delves deep into the lives of Holy Name nurses Emily Rostkowski and Ashley Fitzpatrick. All they see are Covid-19 patients and they risk their lives to help them the best they can, even as they enter wards without the proper protective gear. 19 patients and they risk their lives to help them the best they can, even as they enter wards without the proper protective gear.
Coronavirus scams are on the rise. Everything from offers of fake tests, fake testing sites, fake protective equipment is being sold as people desperately try to figure out how to protect themselves and their families. Dr. Adam Jarrett speaks about the batch of faulty masks that were purchased for use at Holy Name.
At the state's hospitals, doctors study and test drugs in a relentless effort to learn what works with a new disease that so far has no cure. No drugs have been approved as specific treatment for the novel coronavirus. There is no vaccine. These two facts feed anxiety in a state where more than 34,000 people had confirmed diagnoses of COVID-19 as of Saturday, and more than 6,000 were hospitalized. Al Almost 850 people have died.
Twelve doctors at her hospital and the chief executive were sickened with the coronavirus. A colleague had died. Patients as young as 19 were being placed on ventilators. But Michele Acito, the director of nursing at Holy Name Medical Center, in the hardest-hit town in New Jersey’s hardest-hit county, felt like she was holding up. Then her mother-in-law, sister-in-law and brother-in-law arrived.
A patient transport worker at Holy Name Medical Center in Bergen County, known for his pleasant smile and warm demeanor, has died of complications from coronavirus, the hospital said Friday night. Jesus Villaluz worked for Holy Name for 27 years.