HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Hartford HealthCare’s Chief Clinical Officer says to expect another coronavirus surge around late fall, early winter. He says we could see another outbreak in November, but says the state’s healthcare system is prepared to handle it. Dr. Ajay Kumar said, “This is definitely going to be much better response in all […]
Capitol Report: Gov. Lamont, Hartford Healthcare CEO Jeff Flaks discuss importance of caution when state reopens
We are 10 days away from May 20. Are we moving too quickly to reopen Connecticut? We continue that discussion with Governor Ned Lamont and Hartford Healthcare President and CEO Jeff Flaks.
Hartford HealthCare is seeing numbers well under its peak of Covid-19 patients, but the drop off has been very gradual and will be long lasting.
All kinds of businesses are working on just how they will reopen in the coming weeks and months.
Hartford HealthCare experts discuss remdesivir to treat coronavirus, impact of drug supply on treatment
We’re hearing about different treatments being considered in the fight against Covid-19.
Coronavirus Alert: Next steps for Hartford HealthCare, CT schools as state prepares to start reopening
HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Hartford HealthCare President and CEO Jeffery Flaks joined us on Coronavirus Alert to reflect on the special surprise performance by The Voice season one winner Javier Colon Thursday at Hartford Hospital. We also discuss how Hartford HealthCare has performed 16,000 coronavirus tests and has even expanded testing capabilities throughout the state, […]
Hartford HealthCare seeing more non-COVID patients since CT began reopening, weather brightened, frontline care changed since pandemic began
Hartford HealthCare talks to News 8 about seeing more non-COVID patients since state began reopening and the weather has brightened, and how frontline care has changed over the course of the pandemic.
We honor all of the EMS workers who have been so vital during this pandemic.
It seems like we are constantly learning more about Covid-19’s symptoms, which aren’t the same in everyone who is positive.
Healthcare workers are being called heroes more than ever now that the world is facing a pandemic.