Our emergency department is a safe place to receive emergency treatment care

Guisou Mahmoud, MD, FACEP, medical director for the Sue and Bill Gross Emergency Department at Mission Hospital addresses misconceptions on going to the local emergency department for treatment during the time of COVID-19.

“While social distancing measures will continue to remain in place, don’t be afraid to visit our emergency department if you are experiencing a health emergency. Our highest priority is to provide safe care to protect our patients and caregivers from infection.”

Read more on the misconceptions of seeking non-COVID treatment.

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