Snapshots of COVID-19

Years from now, we will still be talking about COVID-19 and what it taught us about resilience as we continued to care for patients and families.

No elective surgeries and more telehealth visits have translated to lots of empty parking spaces.

Ashley Cephas, representative II, Guest Services, practices social distancing when welcoming visitors to the medical center.

Going Dotty Employees and visitors receive a colored sticker dot to wear for the day after being screened for COVID-19 symptoms.

The cafeteria in Location D is set up for safe dining, with tables and chairs removed to prevent crowding.

Birhane Giza, associate, Food Services, checks her phone while on break from her duties.

Nikki Jackson-Banks, director, Environmental Services, dons a mask after being screened.

Staying Connected

The Physician Priority Link (PPL) staff keep the lines of communication open between internal and community physicians.

Augustus Carpenter, security officer II, Protective Services, is a reassuring presence to staff and families, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Melana Tysowsky, student, Occupational Therapy/Physical Therapy, takes temperatures as part of the COVID-19 screening.

New Workspaces

Brittany Frodge, patient representative I, Customer Connections, goes over a lesson with her daughter while also working from home.

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