Ballad Health hospitals have been taking care of a record number of COVID-19 patients over the past week.
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During a press conference Wednesday, Ballad Health officials announced 331 COVID-19 patients were in the system’s hospitals. That is an increa…
The number of people in the region hospitalized with COVID-19 has nearly tripled since last week, according to Ballad Health.
Ballad Health is sounding the alarm on a possible new COVID-19 wave in the region fueled by the delta variant of the virus.
“This pandemic is not over,” Ballad Health Chief Operating Officer Eric Deaton said Wednesday in a Ballad news briefing a day after Tennessee …
Declining numbers in new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations have resulted in a decision by Ballad Health to resume elective surgeries beginning Feb. 1.
Angel Livesay is a Ballad Health team member who is striving to return to her job after contracting COVID-19 this summer and almost dying from the virus. Angel’s mother, Vicky Livesay, shared her daughter’s story during Wednesday’s coronavius briefing by Ballad Health and said she had two favors to ask of the public: “First, please pray for our health care workers, and second please wear a mask, socially distance and stay safe.”
Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 have increased by more than 35 in the past week in Ballad Health facilities in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.