Alaska’s Largest Hospital Begins Prioritizing Treatment Amid COVID Surge

Alaska’s largest hospital has begun rationing care, saying it has been overwhelmed by COVID-19 patients.

Providence Alaska Medical Center said Tuesday it will prioritize resources and treatment to those patients who have the potential to benefit the most.

Dr. Kristen Solana Walkinshaw is chief of staff at the hospital and says that “we are no longer able to provide the standard of care to each and every patient who needs our help,” (Read more from “Alaska’s Largest Hospital Begins Prioritizing Treatment Amid COVID Surge” HERE)

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