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While the number of patients on the COVID-19 unit of Goshen Hospital is inching lower (to 39), the positivity rate continues to rise. It’s now at 16.1 percent. Surgeries at the hospital continue to be cancelled when intensive care unit beds and surgical beds are unavailable.
Learn how to help your aging relatives stay in their homes for as long as possible – as safely as possible. Marlies Selent-West, Goshen Home Medical, will provide simple, affordable ways to make a home safer at this free THRIVE zoom webinar, Tuesday, December 1, 11 a.m. There will be time allowed for questions at the end.
The number of patients on the COVID-19 unit is at an all-time high of 57, with more patients coming. The hospital had to cancel several surgeries today and more for later this week because of a shortage of beds.
With the Great American Smokeout coming up November 19, people are asking themselves if this is the year they will quit smoking. While it's not easy to stop the tobacco habit, today there are plenty of resources to help you.
While the number of patients on the COVID-19 unit dipped under 40 over the weekend at Goshen Health, it’s back over 40 today.