Even without a new surge, COVID-19 is crushing Michigan hospitals

November 7, 2021

Detroit Free Press

We should do everything we can to avoid returning to those times earlier in the pandemic when the state’s entire healthcare system was under strain, and could not provide important care to all patients due to the rising COVID cases. While the numbers of patients currently admitted for COVID are a small portion of a hospital’s capacity, it represents a portion of hospital resources that would be available for other patients if circumstances were different.

Click here to read the full article by Bradley J Uren, MD, FACEP, and Chair of ACEP's Federal Government Affairs Committee.

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