AHA August 1, 2022
Remaining resilient as new variants of COVID-19 spread. Launching mobile health services to help ensure equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. Partnering with community organizations. Planting daffodils to remember patients who died of COVID-19. Saving countless lives during the most trying circumstances.
These are just a few stories of the pandemic shared by front-line teams and leaders at our nation’s hospitals and health systems, in rural and urban areas.
A new publication from the AHA’s Living Learning Network, “The Pandemic: Responding with Resilience and Service to Community,” highlights images of and commentary from health care professionals on their experiences during the past two-plus years. This e-book brings to life the early days of COVID-19 testing and treatment, the struggles and persistence…