Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, November 8th, 2009
Like many hospitals, Grady found the wave of H1N1 cases in the spring manageable. "The number of ER visits we had were minimal - maybe eight a month," said Charlotte S. Clark, CHSP, CHEC-III, emergency management manager. As a regional coordinating hospital (RCH), Grady was also charged with distributing Tamiflu antiviral flu medicine. "As a RCH however, we were heavily impacted by the first wave since the CDC shipped Tamiflu directly to us to roll out to the other...
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