Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has reached an agreement with the family of Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan, who died in October at the medical facility.
The last person being monitored in connection with Texas’ three Ebola patients is set to be cleared from twice-daily monitoring.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has invested $2.7 million in personal protective equipment to assist U.S. hospitals in caring for Ebola patients.
A notice issued by Emory University Hospital in Atlanta stated that Dallas nurse Amber Vinson would be released from her Ebola treatment and discharged on Tuesday afternoon.
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas has been largely criticized for its role in treating the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the U.S. But despite the criticism, their message is simple: “Thank You”.
Through the first three weeks of October, revenue at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital is down 25 percent — or more than $8 million.
For all the strengths of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, the first U.S.-diagnosed Ebola patient walked through its seemingly weakest link: the emergency room.
Nurses and staff from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital marched out of their hospital building dressed in scrubs Monday afternoon to appear in a united front before the media.
For Dallas’ Presbyterian hospital, the public relations nightmare that began with the nation’s first Ebola diagnosis started at bad—and then quickly worsened.
A North Texas woman says two rehabilitation facilities wouldn’t accept her husband after he had surgery at the same hospital where three people were treated for Ebola.
Late Friday afternoon several dozen nurses, health workers and staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas walked out of the hospital ER exit in a sign of support for their colleagues and Texas Health Resources.
Two workers with DART have been sent home for connections to individuals who are either carrying the Ebola virus, or have been exposed to those carrying the virus.