Health care workers treating the exploding number of New Jerseyans in the hospital with the coronavirus are arguably the living definition of “acting in good faith.”Continue Reading
Hospitals are threatening to fire health-care workers who publicize their working conditions during the coronavirus pandemic -- and have in some cases followed through.Continue Reading
President Trump announced on Sunday that his administration will extend its "15 Days to Slow the Spread" guidelines until April 30 in an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus, which has now infected more than 130,000 Americans and killed nearly 2,500.Continue Reading
NJ Dr. Stavros Christoudias says health workers are trying to be conservative with masks. He said, "We're hearing about stockpiles and millions of masks coming out — I haven't seen any of that. We're down here at ground zero."Continue Reading
COVID-19 Cases by County. Data is provisional and subsequent to revision.Continue Reading
The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is currently sweeping across New Jersey, and it is threatening, at least in the short-term, our ability to safely care for our patients.Continue Reading
Dr. James Pruden was the first. But he will hardly be the last. The director of emergency preparedness at St. Joseph’s University Medical Center in Paterson was hospitalized March 6 with upper respiratory and cold-like symptoms and tested positive a week later for the coronavirus.Continue Reading
FEMA will be in the Garden State on Wednesday to begin setting up, officials said.Continue Reading
Learn about COVID-19 best practices for your medical office from Quality Institute member, New Jersey Doctor-Patient Alliance (NJDPA). We are honored to have Stavros Christoudias, MD, FACS, NJDPA, Board Chair, as the expert speaker for this webinar.Continue Reading
President Trump has said that private companies are stepping up voluntarily to manufacture much-needed protective gear, but nurses and doctors on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis are saying they are in desperate need of masks and gowns.Continue Reading
The doctor’s voice was filled with distress.
Dr. Suraj Saggar didn’t have much time to talk. At times, he even sounded almost out of breath.
Join us on Tuesday, March 24th from 12:00pm EST - 1:00pm EST for this online Quality Institute event, where you will learn about COVID-19 best practices for your medical office from Quality Institute member, New Jersey Doctor-Patient Alliance (NJDPA). We are honored to have Stavros Christoudias, MD, FACS, NJDPA, Board Chair, as the expert speaker for this webinar.Continue Reading
On Friday, a doctor in the intensive care unit at a hospital in Bergen County rapidly filling with coronavirus patients said an administrator called her “an alarmist” for wearing a protective mask and “scaring everyone” when she was outside of a patient’s room.Continue reading