A California hospital executive has been named the next president and CEO of Macon-based Navicent Health.
Delvecchio S. Finley will assume his new role Feb. 1, Navicent announced Thursday.
Finley is replacing Ninfa Saunders, who stepped down recently after eight years as president and CEO of Navicent Health. She left those positions in October, with Navicent citing personal and health reasons, and Dr. Thomas Oliver took over on an ...
The problems abound: Medical supply vendors are upping their prices, and there are occasional shortages of COVID-19 test equipment.
But Georgia hospital CEOs told Gov. Brian Kemp on Wednesday that their biggest challenge amid the pandemic is finding enough staff to treat people stricken by COVID and also take care of other patients.
There are ”not enough RNs out there,’’ said Don Avery, CEO of Fairview ...
Many Georgia hospitals have seen a steady and troubling rise in COVID patients in recent weeks.
And hospital leaders are worried that gatherings during the Thanksgiving holidays will drive those numbers even higher in the next couple of weeks.
Many states are currently being hit harder than Georgia in terms of a COVID hospital crunch. A record-high 96,039 virus patients were hospitalized in the United States ...
Gov. Brian Kemp said Monday that as COVID-19 vaccine doses begin to be distributed, Georgia’s long-term care facilities should be among the first in line to get them.
Kemp said that if federal approvals of vaccines come as expected, the shots should begin arriving the second or third week of December.
The governor, speaking to a roundtable of industry leaders, added that more than 95 percent ...
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