Coronavirus

Georgia’s Rural Hospitals Worried As They Brace For Influx

WABE's Jim Burress spoke to Scott Steiner, the President and CEO of Phoebe Putnam Health System in southwest Georgia.
WABE's Jim Burress spoke to Scott Steiner, the President and CEO of Phoebe Putnam Health System in southwest Georgia.
Credit Courtesy of Georgia Health News

Rural hospitals in Georgia are bracing for more patients from the coronavirus pandemic.

And hospital officials all over are worried about having enough medical supplies.

WABE’s Jim Burress spoke to Scott Steiner, the President and CEO of Phoebe Putnam Health System in southwest Georgia.

Burress asked Steiner about the wealth of information coming out of Phoebe Putnam Health System’s medical centers, including four coronavirus deaths.

 

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