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Amidst struggles during COVID-19, a different type of battle sat just below the surface. As the hospital dealt with the coronavirus crescendo, many faced internal struggles that were surging along with the curve.
With COVID-19 raging through the city, everyone understood the need for ventilators. But a different deadly complication created another problem: patients experiencing kidney failure were straining dialysis resources.
As a nurse and resource manager for VA NYHHS, Jennings planned for COVID-19. When planning turned to execution, she found herself pushing harder, accomplishing more than a year’s work in a couple short months.
Providing the sick and injured the nourishment needed to make a full recovery brings the VA New York Harbor Healthcare System’s team of clinical dietitians to the front line of the fight against COVID-19.
The Brooklyn & Manhattan VA Medical Centers accepted the final patients from the Javits Center field hospital, helping them close out their mission. This comes days after helping the USNS Comfort wrap its NYC mission.