Dr. Adam Jarrett, Holy Name Medical Center's chief medical officer, says hospitalizations increased over a four day period after Halloween. The silver lining is that most patients don't seem to be as sick, which Jarrett attributes to mask-wearing.
Holy Name Medical Center chief medical officer, Dr. Adam Jarrett, says he believes mask-wearing and social distancing is helping to keep exposure to COVID-19 down but that the public should continue being vigilant, especially during the upcoming holidays.
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.
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.
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.