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“Capturing the moment: ‘In the time of COVID: One hospital’s struggles and triumphs”


'I do not have hope this will turn out well': Hospitals brace as NJ COVID second wave hits

They’ve stockpiled masks and gowns. They’ve reopened the COVID-only patient units created as the pandemic peaked last spring. But as New Jersey hospital officials brace for another rising tide of sick coronavirus patients, the resource they worry most about is human.


Top doc at Holy Name: Why 2nd wave is less intense … but why he’s worried about holidays

Holy Name Medical Center may very well have been the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic in New Jersey, if not the country, in the spring. ROI-NJ NJ’s inside look at the hospital on March 14 — when most in the state didn’t fully understand the gravity of the situation — unfortunately foreshadowed what was to come.


Tri-State Area Officials Sound Alarms As Coronavirus Shutdowns Likely To Impact Holiday Season

Coronavirus cases are sharply increasing across the U.S. and elected officials in the Tri-State say new restrictions are needed to stop the spread.


Limitations in COVID-19 testing can lead to false sense of security

Many families are hoping to spend the holidays with loved ones in-person and are getting COVID-19 tests to determine risk. Dr. Suraj Saggar, chief of infectious disease at Holy Name Medical Center says false positives and testing too soon can lead to a false sense of security.


How Holy Name Medical Center is dealing with the surge in NJ coronavirus cases

Michael Maron, president and CEO of Teaneck, New Jersey’s Holy Name Medical Center, joins ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss the rise in coronavirus cases and the situation at his hospital.


Despite stereotypes, menopause doesn’t have to be a bad thing

From storylines on decades-old sitcoms like “All in the Family” to today’s tales, the portrayal of women going through menopause has been everything from erratic moods to explosive rages. Fortunately, the journey is now much less bumpy because women have many choices for therapies as they make their transition through menopause.


FDA Approves Antibody Cocktail to Treat COVID-19

Antibody cocktail treats people with mild to moderate COVID-19.


880 In Depth: Is the Tri-State prepared for a second wave of coronavirus?

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — Nine months into the coronavirus pandemic in the United States and numbers only continue to worsen.


Holy Name and Sheba Medical Center Partner on Healthcare Innovation

Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck has partnered with Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer in Ramat Gan, Israel, in order to launch a variety of projects centered around digital medicine. These projects include enhanced telehealth experiences, population data analysis and advanced electronics health records.


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