Symphony Reaches Over 200 Successful COVID-19 Patient Recoveries, 48 at Joliet Nursing Home CHICAGO (May 13, 2020) — Symphony Care Network’s COVID-19 Task Force today dispatched its new “hot spot” testing unit to help stop the spread of coronavirus and to support recovery efforts at its hardest hit facilities, with over 200 patient recoveries across…
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.
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tates considering steps to mandate that skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) accept hospital discharges who may have or actually already have the coronavirus (COVID-19) should instead work to direct SNFs to create as many segregated COVID-19 units as possible, leaders of the American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) said.
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