There are nearly 2,000 people hospitalized for COVID-19 across Pennsylvania and infection rates continue to climb, Friday’s update by the Department of Health shows.
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A week after hospitalizations dropped below 1,000 for the first time since October, there were just 630 inpatients Thursday being treated for COVID-19 statewide.
As COVID-19 cases continue to fall, related hospitalizations have also come down.
When it comes to our health, it can be easy to focus exclusively on physical health – making sure we are staying up to date on annual exams an…
Although COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to drop statewide, the local region has seen a small increase this week.
New COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to drop statewide and across the local region. There were 1,353 inpatients being treated for COVID-19 in Pennsylvania hospitals, Wednesday’s update by the Department of Health showed.
Although the numbers of new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to flatten across Pennsylvania, Cambria County’s hospitalization report on Wednesday showed elevated numbers.
New cases and COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to flatten across Pennsylvania, but local hospital counts are dropping more slowly.
A new CT scanner or digital mammography system carries the same price tag for Titusville Area Hospital as it does for Allegheny General in Pittsburgh – but there are fewer patients at the smaller center to support the investment. That illustrates the financial dilemma that has pushed many rural hospitals to the brink of failure, health care leaders say.
A new CT scanner or digital mammography system carries the same price tag for Titusville Area Hospital as it does for Allegheny General in Pit…