Amid The COVID-19 Pandemic, What’s Ahead For New York City Hospitals?
Here’s what life is like for New York City doctor Melanie Malloy. She works in Brooklyn’s Mount Sinai Hospital, which has been overwhelmed with cases of COVID-19.
New York City has been devastated by the virus — more than 10,000 have died from it. There’s even a field hospital set up in Central Park to treat overflow patients.
Dr. Ken Davis is the president and CEO of the Mount Sinai Health System. He talks to us about the conditions inside hospitals and how management is supporting the doctors and nurses on the front lines of this crisis.
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