All of Augusta’s hospitals had plans to isolate and treat patients at that point but had no idea how those worst-case scenarios would soon... ‘We’ve learned a lot’: Augusta hospitals reflect on year of COVID

All of Augusta’s hospitals had plans to isolate and treat patients at that point but had no idea how those worst-case scenarios would soon be adjusted, expanded and ultimately stretched to capacity as surges and waves of seriously ill patients washed up at their doors. What ultimately saved the community was the smallest hospital, the former St. Joseph Hospital, that had been purchased by University.

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