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Supplies Continue to Dwindle as Coronavirus Cases Rise

The New York governor pleads for 30,000 ventilators as coronavirus cases increase. In Teaneck, NJ, Holy Name Medical Center, which is at the epicenter of New Jersey cases, is barely staying ahead of need.

'Milestone': Holy Name Respiratory Therapist Extubates First Coronavirus Patient In Two Weeks

In the midst of a raging coronavirus pandemic, most milestones have been grim. However, respiratory therapist Brenda told photographer Jeff Rhode about a small and important one, the first patient she has extubated since the pandemic began.

New York Hospital Workers Forgo Tests and Gulp Back Fears

At Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, New Jersey, about 35 employees are in quarantine. One of their colleagues, 44-year-old food services worker Andres Benitez, died Monday. He was loved for his “huge personality” and warm smile, said Michael Maron, the chief executive officer. Maron himself has been quarantined at home after his test came back positive.

NJ Hospital 'Like A War Zone', Asks For Donations

Holy Name Hospital in Teaneck, N.J. is down to three ventilators for 85 patients, and staff there is describing the scene as a war zone. Dr. Suraj Saggar, Chief of Infectious Disease at the hospital, told NJ.com that everyone is exhausted.

Coronavirus Update: N.J. Hospitals Asking The Public For Supplies Donations

The number of coronavirus cases continue to rise in New Jersey. It’s now at 3,675, including 44 deaths, Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Tuesday. With that influx has come a growing need for hospital supplies.

Holy Name Health CEO, family members contract coronavirus

Holy Name Health CEO Mike Maron and his wife and son have all been quarantined after contracting the coronavirus. Maron spoke with News 12 New Jersey last week about the virus and what health care workers would be facing. Maron spoke once again to News 12’s Eric Landskroner about his experience having contracted the illness.

Strong, Determined: Portraits of COVID-19 Healthcare Workers

Portraits of healthcare workers at Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck, New Jersey, where dozens of coronavirus cases are being treated, reflect the ethos of medical professionals across the country who show up to face uncertain and dangerous circumstances day after day in order to care for patients. Jeff Rhode, who has been the hospital's staff photographer for 8 years, started taking the portraits last week, as COVID-19 admissions were on the rise.

‘It looks like a war zone’: 2 docs say hospitals are under siege, supplies running low

Holy Name is filling with COVID-19 patients. Supplies are running low. Doctors and nurses — already at risk of exposure — could be put in further danger if they run out of protective equipment, while some already have gotten sick, medical workers said.

Holy Name Medical Center needs medical supplies

At Holy Name Hospital in Teaneck – smack dab in the middle of the New Jersey county with the most confirmed cases of COVID-19 — dire necessity has become the mother of invention, as staffers scramble t dire necessity has become the mother of invention, as staffers scramble to fill looming gaps in critical supplies amid the outbreak.

Hospital CEO and family test positive for coronavirus: 'Disease moves very, very quickly'

New Jersey's Holy Name Medical Center CEO Michael Maron said Wednesday that infecting his wife and his son with COVID-19 is a "burden" that he'll have to bear for the rest of his life. Appearing on "Fox & Friends" with host Brian Kilmeade, Maron said that he never exhibited the "telltale symptoms" of the virus.