Whole person care: Mental health resources make a difference

This year, COVID-19 has pushed emotional wellness and self-care topics to the forefront. Unemployment, self-isolation, remote schooling and uncertainty of one’s health or future is causing unprecedented anxiety and depression. Mental health awareness and suicide  prevention is more important than ever Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States, claiming the […]

COVID-19 readiness: Who are we forgetting and why that’s a problem

This week a hospital Emergency Room essentially closed because it did not have enough staff. A patient with COVID-19 had recently been seen in the ER. Unfortunately, many frontline staff were not appropriately protected, resulting in exposure before the diagnosis. As a result, these individuals were quarantined at home, and the ER was left with […]