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Before Nina Pham departed Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas for the National Institute of Health’s Clinical Center Thursday, she was visited by her treating physician, Dr. Gary Weinstein.
A hospital in Atlanta is doing everything it can to save Dallas nurse Amber Vinson. Emory University Hospital has a great track record of successfully treating Ebola patients and keeping its staff safe.
Taylor Cole is so concerned about his health, he would only do an interview on Skype. On Monday, he was on the same flight to Dallas as Amber Vinson, the second healthcare worker who contracted Ebola.
Ebola patient, Nina Pham, arrived in Bethesda, Md. At 10 p.m. Thursday night.
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital is now on the defense; defending their actions after the National Nurses United Union called them out for putting the health and safety of staff members in danger.
Instead of declaring an emergency disaster Dallas leaders took no action and will rely on individuals potentially exposed to Ebola to adhere to self-monitoring guidelines and avoid public transportation.
As the world watched the loading of Ebola patient Amber Joy Vinson onto a CDC plane Wednesday, something seemed odd to us, and a lot of you as well. Who was the guy not wearing protective hazmat gear?
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas says it will offer free hotel rooms for employees who may have been exposed to the Ebola virus.
A contractor for Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is livid that his supervisor forced him to remove a mask and gloves he wore to work Wednesday.
Despite the latest case of an Ebola infected person traveling out of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, there are few visible changes in how workers are treating passengers there.
Unprepared, unsupported and lied to — those are the words being used by the National Nurses United Union. They say Texas Presbyterian Hospital Dallas did not protect its nurses.