As Black History Month comes to a close, we conclude our series on healthcare pioneers by turning our attention to Dr. Leonidas Harris Berry. Dr. Berry’s story is one of perseverance, dedication, and a fierce commitment to making healthcare more accessible to marginalized communities. Dr. Berry began his medical career at Chicago’s Provident Hospital, one…
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Healthcare Pioneers: Dr. Marilyn Hughes Gaston
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Symphony Care Network Deploys “Hot Spot” Testing Squad to Halt Spread of COVID-19
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VIDEO: Dr. Stemer Explains Symphony’s COVID-19 Response
Symphony Care Network recently named infectious disease expert Dr. Alexander Stemer to lead its system-wide COVID-19 crisis response task force, along with University of Chicago Medicine’s Dr. Stacie Levine, chief of the section of geriatrics and palliative care. With their leadership, the task force is working to identify advanced clinical strategies to counteract the spread of coronavirus and share the most effective treatments and procedures that will save lives. Watch Dr. Stemer discuss the steps our team is taking to care for our patients, and come back for regular updates. Dr. Stemer will address questions we’re hearing from Symphony families, so we encourage you to submit questions by emailing us at: email@example.com.
VIDEO: COVID-19 questions answered by UChicago experts
COVID-19 questions answered by UChicago experts
Symphony Care Network Appoints Infectious Disease Expert to Lead COVID-19 Crisis Team with Noted Gerontologist
Grateful to partner with the best infectious disease experts in their field in order to provide our guests, employees, and communities with accurate information as we work together to face the COVID-19 pandemic head on
Health Department Urges Compassion For COVID Patient Transfers
Preparations are underway for local care facilities to begin accepting COVID-19 patients from area hospitals that have been strained by the number of infections.