As more young people become eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine, Beacon physicians are answering more questions from parents. Do children really need to get vaccinated? Dr. Jason Marker, associate director of Memorial Hospital Family Residency, offers his perspective.
Dr. Mayank Mittal, Beacon Medical Group interventional cardiologist, explains why it is important for heart patients to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
"We need your help." Dr. Michelle Bache, Vice President of Medical Affairs at Elkhart General Hospital, explains how COVID infection rates are climbing rapidly in Elkhart County. Hospitals are nearing capacity.More patients in their 20s, 30s and 40s are requiring hospitalization for their COVID infections, but only 19 percent of…
As a Beacon Children's Hospital pediatrician and a father, Dr. Nikhil Patankar urges parents to vaccinate their children for COVID-19 to help put an end to the pandemic.https://youtu.be/7mjwQ5C37SQ
Hari Gourabathini, MD, pediatric critical care medicine physician at Beacon Children’s Hospital, offers his perspective about caring for children affected by coronavirus and the unseen impacts of the pandemic on our community’s kids The pandemic’s effect at face value It has been a more than a year since the COVID-19…
If you or someone you know feels nervous about getting the vaccine, please listen to and share this important message of reassurance from a Beacon family doctor. Dr. Scott Eshowsky explains why this is not the time to give up our fight against COVID. Our new #BeaconMedicalMinute series with our doctors and specialists aims to inform and educate people about timely and health topics.
There's a national pause on administering the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. Here's what you need to know if you've received the vaccine, or are planning to get the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.
The number of COVID-positive inpatients at our hospitals has quadrupled during the past month, so this is not the time to let our guard down, said Dr. Sam El-Dalati, Beacon Health System Chief Clinical Officer. He asks that community members get vaccinated, because it is our best defense against the virus.
Dr. Rachel Schuster, Beacon Medical Group E. Blair Warner, offers advice for safely socializing after you are fully vaccinated -- even if those around you are not.
How soon will it be before kids under 16 can be vaccinated? We share the latest information in today’s Medical Minute with Dr. Dale Patterson, Memorial Hospital Vice President of Medical Affairs. Keep up-to-date on the very latest COVID and other medical news with this popular new video series featuring our Beacon experts.