How Kansas City's Truman Medical Centers Are Preparing For A Winter Surge Of Coronavirus
Doctors and administrators are facing an incredible amount of uncertainty right now as current conditions at a hospital could change quickly.
In October alone, eight area hospitals have had to divert ambulances due to a high number of COVID-19 patients. We learned how Truman Medical Centers are prepared for an expected surge of coronavirus cases, compounded by the start of flu season.
- Charlie Shields, president and CEO of Truman Medical Centers
- Dr. Mark Steele, chief medical officer of Truman Medical Centers