As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many healthcare workers worry about bringing the virus home. To help alleviate these concerns, Cedars-Sinai launched a program offering free hotel stays for staff on the front lines.
When Alvaro Londono is not managing the huge influx of masks, sanitizers and other supplies needed to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, he can be found following the stay-at-home orders with his wife and two daughters.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought uncertainty and unease to our daily lives, and the Spiritual Care team at Cedars-Sinai has been working hard to support not only patients but also staff dealing with the crisis.
Cedars-Sinai hospitalist Dr. Ross Grant lived an active and healthy lifestyle, never once having to be admitted to the hospital. That changed after becoming infected with COVID-19 and a rapidly developing case of pneumonia.
As doctors and researchers around the world learn more about COVID-19 (coronavirus), potential treatment options are beginning to emerge. One of these treatment options uses plasma from recovered patients.