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"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Smart Insurance for smart people, Traffic on the tens, every 10 Minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. Alright, Here we go. Get ready, folks. It's going to be a hot one for the next three days sunny and hot today with a high of 104 tomorrow hot with a high of 107, and then it cools just slightly to a high of 103 on Thursday. 03 days. Three days. Four kids, All right, let's get over to Albert Parnell. Now. Little news from your neighborhood. Yes, that's coming out of the grass Valley union. So, according to Dignity, Hills Regional communication director 90% of those who have been hospitalized due to Covid 19 as Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and Grass Valley has been those who have has been patients who have been who are unvaccinated. Did they say when they started counting? Yes. They started counting them since vaccines were made available. So January? Yes, okay. Not everyone was really vaccinated until April, but correct We'll buy. You couldn't get it till I couldn't get it to where they started offering them, But you couldn't get it, right. Uh, we've been talking a lot about in the last week about I ever met in and it's getting a lot of attention. Much more than I recall prior to like a week or two ago. There's like it's so crazy the reporting on this So The Washington Post has a new report out this morning there was a fellow named Jeffrey Smith in Ohio got very sick went to the hospital. The his wife asked the medical staff there to treat him with ivermectin. They refused. She sews them. A judge orders the hospital. You got to treat him with Abram Ecton than the hospital. They appealed the decision, and now another judge's overruled that decision. I mean, this is just getting crazy. This this drug for whatever reason has caught the attention. I mean, there are there are studies. There are studies that say it works in other countries, right? The FDA has not approved it for of it. For Covid. It's you know, meant for parasite. Well, it's called, you know, it's referred to in so many media accounts is like this, uh, D warming drug for horses. Yeah, but it's not. That's not just it. It's been around for 40 years that won a Nobel Prize. The thing that's crazy about it to me, though, is like people are being threatened not to prescribe it. They're being threatened at pharmacies not to fill the orders, but I've not seen any reporting indicating that it's all that dangerous. No. No, I mean, I mean, you look at the you look at the studies on it, and it has a very high safety profile, and it was approved 40 plus years ago for human use. So if it if it wasn't dangerous 40 years ago. How is it dangerous now? I don't. Yeah, I guess that people are overdosing. Like taking if they're taking horse stuff meant for horses. Yeah, because there is that version. Well, you could do that with penicillin, You know, I mean, they they give horses a lot of different drugs that humans use it in an animal for right, right. If you take too much of any drug, it's going to be bad for you. But it has I mean, if you look at the research on it, it has a very high safety profile again. Been around for 40 years not indicated for covid not, um, but people are using it off label and how many times have As doctors prescribe things off label a lot, right, right. But boy, for some reason, this is really just It's a hot button red flags. I mean, the one red flag for me is that Mark who created I ever met in but doesn't own the patent it on anymore, so they can't make any money from it. They're coming out with a new oral antiviral that they have sold. They've sold like 1.7 billion doses to the U. S for like billions of dollars. 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"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And angry. At our hospital in Orange County Doctor Dean origin, she it says they don't have enough beds. So they've had to change the criteria for who qualifies for critical care. In other words, you have to be sicker to be admitted to the ICU. Now All I see is sick, sick, sick, sick, sick and a lot of death. Recently, Chin. She called me crying on her drive home after losing so many patients in just a few days. I have never lost that many patients in a short period of time. Here's what she faces daily. Ambulances lined up around the block Patients in large white pop up tents, halls overflowing chin Shia tries to hold back tears when she gets home, and her little kids run towards her after a long day because I don't want them to You see me sad. Give me a big hug, and they say, Mommy, I'm a hero too. Back in the spring, Shen Chia felt supported as a hero in her community, But now she feels betrayed. Every time I see people on social media like having parties or gatherings, and he's literally say Unfriend, Unfriend Unfriend. I just can't take it anymore. These selfishness. Another doctor in Orange County recently urged folks to stay home over the holidays in an instagram post. Dr Victor sees Narrows says it was met by an assault of profane pandemic denial. He likens that to denying a soldier's experience on the battlefield where he's getting shot at and fired at, you know, and maybe in Iraq. And then people that are not there on the ground, saying this isn't real. You're not being shot at. This is fake. He's floored that people refused to wear masks and continue to believe things that are untrue. But I think there's like microchips in the vaccines or they think that there's you know, really bad side effects. And so I think that's very demoralizing. Sometimes as a health care provider where you're doing everything you're Putting so much work, And then there's a stronghold on the other side, increasing the spread. I would say anger, I would say sadness. Dr. Don Harris is the chief of medicine at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and overwhelmed facility in a small town northeast of Sacramento. You spend this shift Taking care of people in your own community, and then you leave and you're seeing people protesting having to wear a mask. And you're thinking, OK, but if you get sick, I'm gonna be here for you. And that's hard. That is the thing that hurts me the most inside. She knows she can't afford to catch the virus. We don't have that many doctors. If I get sick, you lose me. These health care workers describe a glaring disconnect between the reality inside the hospital and how the general public is acting. Ready. Watson is an emergency room nurse in Oakland. They don't see the people who are being rushed to the hospital who are like fishes out of water who can't breathe. Watson remembers the first time she was alone with a patient who died of Cove in 19. It makes her sad that under normal circumstances, there would be a whole family and group of friends that would be standing here surrounding this person as they leave this world and instead they're left with me. A nurse covered in plastic from head to toe. Visitors aren't allowed inside most hospitals right now, the patient couldn't even see the care and Watson's face. They can only see this 2 to 3, inch window, my eyes and eyebrows and that's the last person who is going to be with them. Currently, a tidal wave is toppling her hospital, Watson says. It feels like a virus saturates every crevice. When I'm at work, it feels like the walls are coming in the facility is in the midst of its second internal outbreak. Health care workers themselves are getting sick. Doctors like Don Harris at Sierra Nevada Hospital, sincerely want thieves. Holiday surges to be the last Vaccine offers a glimmer of light. It's the first time that we've used the word hope, but the Christmas wave is just beginning to hit. A new year surge is still a few weeks away, and many cold months lie ahead before the vaccine slows the virus. For NPR News unless Lima clerk in Oakland This is what it sounded like to be in the middle of the mob laying siege to the capital on Wednesday,.

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"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KCRW

"Angry. At our hospital in Orange County Doctor Dean or itch, and she it says they don't have enough beds. So they've had to change the criteria for who qualifies for critical care. In other words, you have to be sicker to be admitted to the ICU. Now All I see is sick, sick, sick, sick, sick and a lot of death. Recently, Chin. She called me crying on her drive home after losing so many patients in just a few days. I have never lost that many patients in a short period of time. Here's what she faces daily. Ambulances lined up around the block Patients in large white pop up tents, halls overflowing chin Shia tries to hold back tears when she gets home, and her little kids run towards her after a long day because I don't want them to You see me sad. Give me a big hug and they say, Mommy, I'm a hero too. Back in the spring, Xin Xia felt supported as a hero in her community. Now she feels betrayed. Every time I see people on social media like having parties or gatherings and literally say Unfriend Unfriend orphanages can't take it anymore. The selfishness. Another doctor in Orange County recently urged folks to stay home over the holidays in an instagram post. Dr Victor sees Narrows says it was met by an assault of profane pandemic denial. He likens that to denying a soldier's experience on the battlefield where he's getting shot at and fired at, you know, and maybe in Iraq. And then people that are not there on the ground, saying this isn't real. You're not being shot at. This is fake. He's floored that people refused to wear masks and continue to believe things that are untrue. But I think there's like microchips in the vaccines or they think that there's You know really bad side effects. And so I think that's very demoralizing. Sometimes as a health care provider where you're doing everything you're putting so much work, and then there's a stronghold on the other side, increasing the spread. I would say anger, I would say sadness. Dr. Don Harris is the chief of medicine at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and overwhelmed facility in a small town northeast of Sacramento. You spend this shift Taking care of people in your own community, and then you leave and you're seeing people protest ng having to wear a mask. And you're thinking, OK, But if you get sick, I'm gonna be here for you. And that's hard. That is the thing that hurts me the most inside she knows she can't afford to catch the virus. We don't have that many doctors. If I get sick, you lose me. These health care workers describe a glaring disconnect between the reality inside the hospital and how the general public is acting. Ready. Watson is an emergency room nurse in Oakland. They don't see the people who are being rushed to the hospital who are like fishes out of water who can't breathe. Watson remembers the first time she was alone with a patient who died of Cove in 19. It makes her sad that under normal circumstances, there would be a whole family and group of friends that would be standing here surrounding this person as they leave this world. And instead they're left with me. A nurse covered in plastic from head to toe. Visitors aren't allowed inside most hospitals right now, the patient couldn't even see the care and Watson's face. They can only see this 2 to 3 inch window. My eyes and eyebrows, and that's the last person who is going to be with them. Currently, a tidal wave is toppling her hospital, Watson says. It feels like a virus saturates every crevice When I'm at work, it feels like the walls are coming in the facility is in the midst of its second internal outbreak. Health care workers themselves are getting sick. Doctors like Don Harris at Sierra Nevada Hospital. Sincerely want thieves. Holiday surges to be the last Vaccine offers a glimmer of light. It's the first time that we've used the word hope, but the Christmas wave is just beginning to hit. A new year surge is still a few weeks away, and many cold months lie ahead before the vaccine slows the virus. For NPR News unless Lima clerk in Oakland This is what it sounded like to be in the middle of the mob laying siege to the capital on Wednesday..

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"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KCRW

"And angry. Her hospital in Orange County Doctor Dean or itch, and she it says they don't have enough beds. So they've had to change the criteria for who qualifies for critical care and other words. You have to be sicker to be admitted to the ICU. Now All I see is sick, sick, sick, sick, sick and a lot of death. Recently, Chin. She called me crying on her drive home after losing so many patients in just a few days. I have never lost that many patients in a short period of time. Here's what she faces daily. Ambulances lined up around the block Patients in large white pop up tents, halls overflowing chin Shia tries to hold back tears when she gets home, and her little kids run towards her after a long day because I don't want them to You see me sad. Give me a big hug and they say, Mommy, I'm a hero too. Back in the spring, Xin Xia felt supported as a hero in her community. Now she feels betrayed. Every time I see people on social media like having parties or gatherings and literally say Unfriend Unfriend orphanages can't take it anymore. The selfishness. Another doctor in Orange County recently urged folks to stay home over the holidays in an instagram post. Dr Victor sees Narrows says it was met by an assault of profane pandemic denial. He likens that to denying a soldier's experience on the battlefield where he's getting shot at and fired at, you know, and maybe in Iraq. And then people that are not there on the ground, saying this isn't real. You're not being shot at. This is fake. He's floored that people refused to wear masks and continue to believe things that are untrue. But I think there's like microchips in the vaccines or they think that there's You know really bad side effects. And so I think that's very demoralizing. Sometimes as a health care provider where you're doing everything you're putting so much work, and then there's a stronghold on the other side, increasing the spread. I would say anger, I would say sadness. Dr. Don Harris is the chief of medicine at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and overwhelmed facility in a small town northeast of Sacramento. You spend this shift Taking care of people in your own community, and then you leave and you're seeing people protest ng having to wear a mask. And you're thinking, OK, But if you get sick, I'm gonna be here for you. And that's hard. That is the thing that hurts me the most inside she knows she can't afford to catch the virus. We don't have that many doctors. If I get sick, you lose me. These health care workers describe a glaring disconnect between the reality inside the hospital and how the general public is acting. Any. Watson is an emergency room nurse in Oakland. They don't see the people who are being rushed to the hospital who are like fishes out of water who can't breathe. Watson remembers the first time she was alone with a patient who died of Cove in 19. It makes her sad that under normal circumstances, there would be a whole family and group of friends that would be standing here surrounding this person as they leave this world. And instead they're left with me. A nurse covered in plastic from head to toe. Visitors aren't allowed inside most hospitals right now, the patient couldn't even see the care and Watson's face. They can only see this 2 to 3 inch window. My eyes and eyebrows, and that's the last person who is going to be with them. Currently, a tidal wave is toppling her hospital, Watson says. It feels like a virus saturates every crevice When I'm at work, it feels like the walls are coming in the facility is in the midst of its second internal outbreak. Health care workers themselves are getting sick. Doctors like Don Harris at Sierra Nevada Hospital. Sincerely want thieves. Holiday surges to be the last Vaccine offers a glimmer of light. It's the first time that we've used the word hope, but the Christmas wave is just beginning to hit. A new year surge is still a few weeks away, and many cold months lie ahead before the vaccine slows the virus. For NPR News unless Lima clerk in Oakland This.

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"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Angry. At our hospital in Orange County Doctor Dean or itch, and she it says they don't have enough beds. So they've had to change the criteria for who qualifies for critical care. In other words, you have to be sicker to be admitted to the ICU. Now All I see is sick, sick, sick, sick, sick and a lot of death. Recently, Chin. She called me crying on her drive home after losing so many patients in just a few days. I have never lost that many patients in a short period of time. Here's what she faces daily. Ambulances lined up around the block Patients in large white pop up tents, halls overflowing chin Shia tries to hold back tears when she gets home, and her little kids run towards her after a long day because I don't want them to You see me sad. Give me a big hug, and they say, Mommy, I'm a hero too. Back in the spring, Xin Xia felt supported as a hero in her community. But now she feels betrayed. Every time I see people on social media like having parties or gatherings and literally say Unfriend, Unfriend unfriend, I just can't take it anymore. The selfishness. Another doctor in Orange County recently urged folks to stay home over the holidays in an instagram post. Dr Victor sees Narrows says it was met by an assault of profane pandemic denial. He likens that to denying a soldier's experience on the battlefield where he's getting shot at and fired at, you know, and maybe in Iraq. And then people that are not there on the ground, saying this isn't real. You're not being shot at. This is fake. He's floored that people refused to wear masks and continue to believe things that are untrue. But I think there's like microchips in the vaccines or they think that there's You know really bad side effects. And so I think that's very demoralizing. Sometimes as a health care provider where you're doing everything you're putting so much work, and then there's a stronghold on the other side, increasing the spread. I would say anger, I would say sadness. Dr. Don Harris is the chief of medicine at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and overwhelmed facility in a small town northeast of Sacramento. You spend this shift Taking care of people in your own community, and then you leave and you're seeing people protest ng having to wear a mask. And you're thinking, OK, But if you get sick, I'm gonna be here for you. And that's hard. That is the thing that hurts me the most inside she knows she can't afford to catch the virus. We don't have that many doctors. If I get sick, you lose me. These health care workers describe a glaring disconnect between the reality inside the hospital and how the general public is acting. Any. Watson is an emergency room nurse in Oakland. They don't see the people who are being rushed to the hospital who are like fishes out of water who can't breathe. Watson remembers the first time she was alone with the patient who died of Cove in 19. It makes her sad that under normal circumstances, there would be a whole family and group of friends that would be standing here surrounding this person as they leave this world. And instead they're left with me. A nurse covered in plastic from head to toe. Visitors aren't allowed inside most hospitals right now, the patient couldn't even see the care and Watson's face. They can only see this 2 to 3 inch window. My eyes and eyebrows, and that's the last person who is going to be with them. Currently, a tidal wave is toppling her hospital, Watson says. It feels like a virus saturates every crevice When I'm at work, it feels like the walls are coming in the facility is in the midst of its second internal outbreak. Health care workers themselves are getting sick. Doctors like Don Harris at Sierra Nevada Hospital. Sincerely want thieves. Holiday surges to be the last Vaccine offers a glimmer of light. It's the first time that we've used the word hope, but the Christmas wave is just beginning to hit. A new year surge is still a few weeks away, and many cold months lie ahead before the vaccine slows the virus. For NPR News on Lesley McClurg in Oakland. This.

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"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Another holiday surge of covert 19 is crushing California's hospitals every day. The virus is killing an average of 360 people across the state. Doctors and nurses continue to push up against a breaking point and his Lesley McClurg from member station KQED found they're not only exhausted, they're feeling betrayed and angry. At our hospital in Orange County Doctor Dean or itch, and she it says they don't have enough beds. So they've had to change the criteria for who qualifies for critical care. In other words, you have to be sicker to be admitted to the ICU. Now All I see is sick, sick, sick, sick, sick and a lot of death. Recently, Chin she had called me crying on her drive home after losing so many patients in just a few days. I have never lost that many patients in a short period of time. Here's what she faces daily. Ambulances lined up around the block Patients in large white pop up tents, halls overflowing Chen Xia tries to hold back tears when she gets home and our little kids run towards her after a long day because I don't want them to You see me sad. Give me a big hug and and say, Mommy, I'm a hero too. Back in the spring, Shen Chia felt supported as a hero in her community, But now she feels betrayed. Every time I see people on social media like having parties or gatherings, and you literally say Unfriend, Unfriend Unfriend, I just can't take it anymore. These selfishness. Another doctor in Orange County recently urged folks to stay home over the holidays in an instagram post. Dr Victor sees Narrows says it was met by an assault of profane pandemic denial. He likens that to denying a soldier's experience on the battlefield where he's getting shot at and fired at, you know, and maybe in Iraq. And then people that are not there on the ground, saying this isn't real. You're not being shot at. This is fake. He's floor that people refused to wear masks and continue to believe things that are untrue. But I think there's like microchips in the vaccines or they think that there's you know really bad side effects. And so I think That's very demoralizing, sometimes as a health care provider where you're doing everything you're putting so much work, And then there's a stronghold on the other side, increasing the spread. I would say anger, I would say sadness. Dr. Don Harris is the chief of medicine that Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and overwhelmed facility in a small town northeast of Sacramento. You spend this shift Taking care of people in your own community, and then you leave and you're seeing people protesting having to wear a mask. And you're thinking, OK, But if you get sick, I'm gonna be here for you. And that's hard. That is the thing that hurts me the most inside. She knows she can't afford to catch the virus. We don't have that many doctors. If I get sick, you lose me. These health care workers describe a glaring disconnect between the reality inside the hospital and how the general public is acting. Britney Watson is an emergency room nurse in Oakland. They don't see the people who are being rushed to the hospital who are like fishes out of water who can't breathe. Watson remembers the first time she was alone with a patient who died of Cove in 19. It makes her sad that under normal circumstances, there would be a whole family and group of friends that would be standing here surrounding this person as they leave this world. And instead they're left with me. A nurse covered in plastic from head to toe. Visitors aren't allowed inside most hospitals right now, the patient couldn't even see the care and Watson's face. They can only see this 2 to 3 inch window. My eyes and eyebrows, and that's the last person who is going to be with them. Currently, a tidal wave is toppling her hospital, Watson says. It feels like a virus saturates every crevice When I'm at work, it feels like the walls are coming in the facility is in the midst of its second internal outbreak. Health care workers themselves are getting sick. Doctors like Don Harris at Sierra Nevada Hospital. Sincerely want thieves Holiday surges to be the last the vaccine offers a glimmer of light. It's the first time that we've used the word hope that the Christmas wave is just beginning to hit. A new year surge is still a few weeks away, and many cold months lie ahead before the vaccine slows the virus. For NPR News unless Lima clerk in Oakland Thistles what it sounded like to be in the middle of the mob laying siege to the capital on Wednesday.

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"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Time I see people on social media like having parties or gatherings, and you better do you say Unfriend Unfriend infinite just can't take it anymore. The selfishness. Another doctor in Orange County recently urged folks to stay home over the holidays in an instagram post. Dr Victor sees Narrows says it was met by an assault of profane a pandemic denial. He likens that to denying a soldier's experience on the battlefield where he's getting shot at and fired at, you know, and maybe in Iraq and then people that are not there on the ground, saying this isn't real. You're not being shot at. This is fake. He's floored that people refused to wear masks and continue to believe things that are untrue. They think there's like microchips in the vaccines, or they think that there's You know really bad side effects. And so I think that's very demoralizing. Sometimes as a health care provider where you're doing everything you're putting so much work, And then there's Ah stronghold on the other side, increasing the spread. I would say anger, I would say sadness. Dr. Don Harris is the chief of medicine at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and overwhelmed facility in a small town northeast of Sacramento. You spend this shift Taking care of people in your own community, and then you leave and you're seeing people protesting having to wear a mask and you're thinking, OK, But if you get sick, I'm gonna be here for you. And that's hard. That is the thing that hurts me the most inside. She.

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"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Parties or gatherings, and he's already say Unfriend Unfriend unfriend. I just can't take it anymore. Theme selfishness. Another doctor in Orange County recently urged folks to stay home over the holidays in an instagram post. Dr Victor sees Narrows says it was met by an assault of profane pandemic denial. He likens that to denying a soldier's experience on the battlefield where he's getting shot at and fired at, you know, and maybe in Iraq. And then people that are not there on the ground, saying this isn't real. You're not being shot at. This is fake. He's floored that people refused to wear masks and continue to believe things that are untrue. I think there's like microchips in the vaccines, or they think that there's you know, really bad side effects. And so I think that's very demoralizing, sometimes as a health care provider where you're doing everything you're putting so much work, and then there's a stronghold on the other side, increasing the spread. I would say anger, I would Say sadness. Dr. Don Harris is the chief of medicine at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and overwhelmed facility in a small town northeast of Sacramento. You spend this shift Taking care of people in your own community, and then you leave and you're seeing people protesting having to wear a mask. And you're thinking, OK, But if you get sick, I'm gonna be here for you. And that's hard that that is the thing that hurts me the most inside. She knows she can't.

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"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KCRW

"They had to do this to Trump. He's been the line for four years now. And have this happen at the end of his presidency. He did. The man doesn't deserve it. The theory that Trump supporters didn't lead. The violence is circulating on social media without evidence to support it. Fresno County Republican Party Chairman Fred Vanderhoof said he heard about it on the news ones that went into the capital where Not representative. 99.9% of all the other people. We had. Old ladies. We had young kids. We had people from every demographic every background. Vanderhoof says it was wrong for some Trump supporters to enter the capital. But he also thinks it's hypocritical for Democrats to condone protests nationwide over the summer. And criticized Wednesday's violence for the California report. I'm Alex Hall in Fresno even is America is in the midst of a presidential transition crisis. Corona virus pandemic continues to take its toll in California the virus is claiming about 360 lives a day and infecting thousands more in overburdened hospitals. Doctors and nurses are both exhausted and angry, angry at people who are either blase about covitz dangers or just out and out pandemic deniers. For an in depth look, here's KQED science reporter Lesley McClurg at her hospital in Orange County Doctor Dean or itchy and she it says they don't have enough beds. So they've had to change the criteria for who qualifies for critical care and other words. You have to be sicker to be admitted to the ICU. Now All I see is sick, sick, sick, sick, sick and a lot of death. Recently, Chin. She called me crying on her drive home after losing so many patients in just a few days. I have never lost that many patients in a short period of time. Here's what she faces daily. Ambulances lined up around the block Patients in large white pop up tents, halls overflowing chin Shia tries to hold back tears when she gets home, and her little kids run towards her after a long day because I don't want them to You see me sad. They give me a big hug and they say, Mommy, I'm a hero, too. Back in the spring, Xin Xia felt supported as a hero in her community. Now she feels betrayed. Every time I see people on social media like having parties or gatherings, and you literally say Unfriend, Unfriend Unfriend, I just can't take it anymore. The selfishness. Another doctor in Orange County recently urged folks to stay home over the holidays in an instagram post. Dr Victor sees Narrows says it was met by an assault of profane pandemic denial. He likens that to denying a soldier's experience on the battlefield where he's getting shot at and fired at, you know, and maybe in Iraq. And then people that are not there on the ground, saying this isn't real. You're not being shot at. This is fake. He's Florida. People refused to wear masks and continue to believe things that are untrue. Or they think there's like microchips in the vaccines or they think that there's You know really bad side effects. And so I think that's very demoralizing. Sometimes as a health care provider where you're doing everything you're putting so much work, and then there's a stronghold on the other side, increasing the spread. I would say anger, I would say sadness. Dr. Don Harris is the chief of medicine at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and overwhelmed facility in a small town northeast of Sacramento. You spend this shift Taking care of people in your own community, and then you leave and you're seeing people protest ng having to wear a mask. And you're thinking Okay, But if you get sick, I'm gonna be here for you. And that's hard that that is the thing that hurts me the most inside she knows she can't afford to catch the virus. We don't have that many doctors. If I get sick, you lose me. Everyone I spoke with talked about this disconnect. The general public just doesn't get their reality. Britney Watson is an emergency room nurse in Oakland. They don't see the people who are being rushed to the hospital who are Like fishes out of water who can't breathe. Watson remembers the first time she was alone with the patient who died of Cove in 19. There would be a whole family and group of friends that would be standing here surrounding this person as they Leave this world. And instead they're left with me. A nurse covered in plastic from head to toe. Visitors aren't allowed inside most hospitals right now, the patient couldn't even see the care and Watson's face. They can only see this 2 to 3, inch window, my eyes and eyebrows and that's the last person who is going to be with them. Currently, a tidal wave of cove in 19 is toppling her hospital. Watson says it feels like the virus saturates every crevice When I'm at work, it feels like the walls are coming in the facility is in the midst of its second internal outbreak. Doctors like Don Harris at Sierra Nevada Hospital want these holiday surges to be the last Can't under estimate the excitement and the hope that I have attached to this vaccine and that other people in my position have. It's the first time that we've used the word hope. But the Christmas wave is just beginning to hit. A new year surge is still a few weeks away, and many cold months lie ahead before the vaccine will start to slow the virus for the California report on Lesley McClurg. Support for the California.

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"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And criticized Wednesday's violence for the California report. I'm Alex Hall in Fresno even is America is in the midst of a presidential transition crisis. Corona virus pandemic continues to take its toll in California the virus is claiming about 360 lives a day and infecting thousands more in overburdened hospitals. Doctors and nurses are both exhausted and angry, angry at people who are either blase about covitz dangers or just out and out pandemic Din IRS. For an in depth look, here's KQED science reporter Lesley McClurg at her hospital in Orange County Doctor Dean origin. She it says they don't have enough beds, so they've had to change the criteria for who qualifies for critical care. In other words, you have to be sicker to be admitted to the ICU. Now All I see is sick, sick, sick, sick, sick and a lot of death Recently, chin. She called me crying on her drive home after losing so many patients in just a few days. I have never lost that many patients in a short period of time. Here's what she faces daily. Ambulances lined up around the block Patients in large white pop up tents, halls overflowing chin Shia tries to hold back tears when she gets home, and her little kids run towards her after a long day because I don't want them to You see me sad to give me a big hug and and say, Mommy, I'm a hero too. Back in the spring, Xin Xia felt supported as a hero in her community. Now she feels betrayed everything. They see people on social media like having parties or gatherings. And you literally say Unfriend Unfriend. Orphanages can't take it anymore. The selfishness. Another doctor in Orange County recently urged folks to stay home over the holidays in an instagram post. Dr Victor sees Narrows says it was met by an assault of profane pandemic denial. He likens that to denying a soldier's experience on the battlefield where he's getting shot at and fired at, you know, and maybe in Iraq. And then people that are not there on the ground, saying this isn't real. You're not being shot at. This is fake. He's floored that people refused to wear masks and continue to believe things that are untrue. Or they think there's like microchips in the vaccines. Or they think that there's you know, really bad side effects. And so I think that's very demoralizing. Sometimes as a health care provider where you're doing everything you're Putting so much work, and then there's a stronghold on the other side, increasing the spread. I would say anger, I would say sadness. Dr. Don Harris is the chief of medicine at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and overwhelmed facility in a small town northeast of Sacramento. You spend a shift, taking care of people in your own community, and then you leave and you're seeing people protesting having to wear a mask. And you're thinking Okay, But if you get sick, I'm gonna be here for you. And that's hard. That is the thing that hurts me the most inside. She knows she can't afford to catch the virus. We don't have that many doctors. If I get sick, you lose me. Everyone I spoke with talked about this disconnect. The general public just doesn't get their reality. Britney Watson is an emergency room nurse in Oakland..

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"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Trump People. Netters friend Joan Oaks, agrees despite President Trump's calls to supporters to go to the capital. Hopes does not believe his supporters led the mob. She still supports the president. It's just a shame that they had to do this to trump. He's been the line for four years now. And have this happen at the end of his presidency. He just Diamandis and deserve it. The theory that Trump supporters didn't lead the violence is circulating on social media without evidence to support it. Fresno County Republican Party chairman Fred Vanderhoof said he heard about it on the news ones that went into the capital. Where not representative 99.9% of all the other people. We had. Old ladies. We had young kids. We had people from every demographic every background. Vanderhoof says it was wrong for some Trump supporters to enter the capital. But he also thinks it's hypocritical for Democrats to condone protests nationwide over the summer. And criticized Wednesday's violence for the California report. I'm Alex Hall in Fresno. Even as America is in the midst of a presidential transition crisis. The Corona virus pandemic continues to take its toll in California. The virus is claiming about 360 lives a day and infecting thousands more. An overburdened hospitals, Doctors and nurses are both exhausted and angry, angry at people who are either blase about covitz dangers or just out and out pandemic din IRS for an in depth look, here's KQED science reporter Lesley McClurg. At our hospital in Orange County Doctor Dean or itch, and she, it says they don't have enough beds, so they've had to change the criteria for who qualifies for critical care. In other words, you have to be sicker to be admitted to the ICU. Now All I see is sick, sick, sick, sick, sick and a lot of death recently, chin. She called me crying on her drive home after losing so many patients in just a few days. I have never lost that many patients in a short period of time. Here's what she faces daily. Ambulances lined up around the block Patients in large white pop up tents, halls overflowing Chen Chia tries to hold back tears when she gets home and her little kids run towards her after a long day because I don't want them to You see me sad. Give me a big hug in this scene, Mommy, I'm a hero, too. Back in the spring, Shen Chia felt supported as a hero in her community. Now she feels betrayed. Every time I see people on social media like having parties or gatherings, and you literally say Unfriend, Unfriend Unfriend, I just can't take it anymore. The selfishness. Another doctor in Orange County recently urged folks to stay home over the holidays in an instagram post. Dr Victor sees Narrows says it was met by an assault of profane pandemic denial. He likens that to denying a soldier's experience on the battlefield where he's getting shot at and fired at, you know, and maybe in Iraq. And then people that are not there on the ground, saying this isn't real. You're not being shot at. This is fake. He's floored that people refused to wear masks and continue to believe things that are untrue. Or they think there's like microchips in the vaccines. Or they think that there's you know, really bad side effects. And so I think that's very demoralizing. Sometimes as a health care provider where you're doing everything you're Putting so much work, and then there's a stronghold on the other side, increasing the spread. I would say anger, I would say sadness. Dr. Don Harris is the chief of medicine at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital and overwhelmed facility in a small town northeast of Sacramento. You spend this shift Taking care of people in your own community, and then you leave and you're seeing people protesting having to wear a mask. And you're thinking Okay, But if you get sick, I'm gonna be here for you. And that's hard that that is the thing that hurts me the most inside she knows she can't afford to catch the virus. We don't have that many doctors. If I get sick, you lose me. Everyone I spoke with talked about this disconnect. The general public just doesn't get their reality. Ready. Watson is an emergency room nurse in Oakland. They don't see the people who are being rushed to the hospital who are like fishes out of water who can't breathe? Watson remembers the first time she was alone with a patient who died of coded 19. There would be a whole family and group of friends that would be standing here surrounding this person as they Leave this world and instead they're left with me. A nurse covered in plastic from head to toe. Visitors aren't allowed inside most hospitals right now. The patient couldn't even see the care and Watson's face. They can only see this 2 to 3, inch window, my eyes and eyebrows and that's the last person who is going to be with them. Currently a title wave of Cove in 19 is toppling her hospital, Watson says it feels like the virus saturates every crevice When I'm at work, it feels like the walls are coming in the facility is in the midst of its second internal outbreak. Doctors like Don Harris at Sierra Nevada Hospital want these holidays surges to be the last Can't under estimate the excitement and the hope that I have attached to this vaccine and that other people in my position have. It's the first time that we've used the word hope. But the Christmas wave is just beginning to hit. A new year surge is still a few weeks away, and many cold months lie ahead before the vaccine will start to slow the virus for the California report on Lesley McClurg. Support for the California.

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"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Slight majority of Republicans as well. The pole comes after President Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Threatened to withhold federal funding from schools that choose not to reopen. Schools in California have already decided to hold online classes exclusively, while New York schools are waiting for covert 19 infection rates to drop below 5% before opening. Meanwhile, Sacramento City Unified, which has over 80 schools in the region, has yet to take a hard stance on whether or not they'll completely reopen. Or remain closed. Brody Fernandez News 93.1 KFBK the Orange County Board of Education, voting to reopen all school campuses without thinking people social distance or wear masks. KP Kay's Bill Hewlett has more tonight. The board said. Social distancing is not necessary, and students and teachers wearing masks is not only tough to enforce, but quote. May even be harmful. They're also not recommending classroom sizes be cut down, but are suggesting temperature checks. The decision was met with protests outside the education office in Costa Mesa, Orange County's 28 individual school district. Still get to make the final call and how they'll reopen campuses. If they do it all filled Hewlett News, 93.1 KFBK A Sacramento is seeing even more restrictions being placed as Kobe 19 numbers go up a warning from the mayor of Los Angeles today, saying he's very close. To declaring a shutdown. Again. We'll get more from ABC is Alex Stone in Los Angeles with Cove in 19 numbers here in Ally Rising Mayor Eric Garcetti. Using a new color coded system, says L. A. Is very close to entering emergency red status. We're on the border of going to read. It is up to all of us to make sure that we don't write. Now Allah is in orange red would mean strict. Stay at home orders in place again, ordering the people here stay home except for exempted work. An emergency errands like stone. ABC dares LOS Angeles Amid the coven 19 pandemic, many are afraid to take a trip to the hospital. KPK Sze Marshall Benson report. Attitudes towards Hospitals have changed during the nationwide Corona virus Pandemic and CEO and President of Dignity Health's here Nevada Memorial Hospital, Dr Brian Evans says. There is a newfound reluctance from the public to get help from hospitals. People have been reluctant Tio come into the merge department or call 911 And I think that there is a fear element here. I think people are nervous about coming into hospital. E R visits are down 42% and 911 calls are down 29%. Dr. Evans is worried that those with serious symptoms aren't getting the care that they need, especially when it comes to heart attacks and strokes were really concerned that there's people that are out there with symptoms that need to get checked out, and they might be holding off on doing that, And that's just Not a good idea. Dr Evans assures the public that there is plenty of personnel and safety in place to take care of anyone who might need help. Marshall Benson News, 93.1 KFBK the San Joaquin County Sheriff says he recently tested positive for cocaine, 19 and a Facebook video. Sheriff Pat Withrow says he's fine now, and the symptoms that showed up June 30th have gone away. Even so, he is urging residents to be vigilant. If you start not feeling well or anything like that, please get yourself tested. I know it's a long lines and Takes a while to get the results now, But let's make sure we take care of ourselves and our families and everybody else. Sheriff Withrow says He's very fortunate that the virus didn't progress and blessed that no one in his family has shown symptoms. Of covert 19 during today's public health Testing Taskforce Conference call Secretary Lord is Castro Ramirez highlighting what the state is doing to get sustainable testing resources to those in need. Part of that effort will involve movie more testing to healthcare provider offices and laboratories to allow state testing sites to focus on individuals who are harder to reach and at a higher risk of Kobe 19. Ramirez explains how the task force is taking action to bring the plan to fruition. Today, Our licensing boards will begin reaching out to doctors and pharmacists decision assistance in nurse practitioners. We will encourage them to partner with us in this effort to expand testing capacity but performing covert 19 testing in their offices. Today's announcement comes on the heels of Governor Newsome's order clothes order closing majority of indoor activities to try to mitigate the virus..

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"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Bob Williams News, 93.1 Kfbk. Idea. Sunshine. The Santa knew high 92 94 mostly clear tonight with a low of 59 is 63. Sunshine Tomorrow and Thursday. Hi, Tamar, 93 to 97. Thursday site 91 to 95. Banki Weathers by Barson Lose 93.1 KFBK. It's 91 in Sacramento. Right now, 95 fulsome in 95 in Roseville. A swell 401 our time at KFBK. And we start with this new this afternoon. California hospitals filling up is the Corona virus Cases Spike throughout state K P. K's Moradi Fernandez report Sunday saw a slight dip in numbers. But Monday hit an all time high, with an additional 163 patients being admitted in a single day. Statewide. There are over 6400 people hospitalized with Cove in 19. Over 1800 of those patients or in the intensive care unit, health officials report. The surge has hit the state unevenly in some medical facilities, reporting their numbers staying flat, while others have risen sharply. Rudy Fernandez News, 93.1 KFBK The plaster Accounting Office of Education, getting ready to reopen schools for in person. Classes this fall with class is set to begin in August gave the case Taylor Martin has details on what the county's doing to keep everybody safe. The Plaster County Office of Education releasing their initial reopening plan for schools today, the county said it will implement physical distancing in schools and on buses, put students in cohorts and conduct temperature. Jax at this time, all staff are required to wear masks. But students are not plaster officials note. This policy could be changed at any time to remain in accordance with state. Guidelines. Plaster County Office of Education says final decisions and details are up to the individual school districts within the county. And not all districts have a resumption plan just yet. Taylor Martin News and I have a 0.1 KFBK because Plaster County is not unified school district parents are asked to check with their child's school for specifics on reopening Californians who traveled to New York required to fill out forms documenting their travel plans. Or they'll face a stiff, fine KP case. John Byrne, I Z Has that story. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says People from covert 19 hot spots like California must fill out forms the stable used to make sure they isolate for 14 days. People who failed to fill out the documents face a $2000 fine. In addition to the fine people who leave the airport without filling out the paperwork could be brought to a hearing in order to complete the mandatory quarantine. Travelers arriving by other means need to fill out the forms online. In a tweet Announcing the policy, governor, Cuomo says We're serious about enforcing quarantines. John Byrne Isay News, 93.1 Kfbk. Well back in our area, as many as one in four shopping malls in the United States are in jeopardy of going bankrupt due to the ongoing covert 19 pandemic caper case. My blunt has this report. Bankruptcy attorney read. Almond says moles were already seeing reduced traffic before Corona virus the fast pace. Of life and the convenience of just being able to order online and social media. It's just it's a cultural change. In addition to increase competition from online retail giants like Amazon and Wal Mart, shopping malls are being temporarily shut down due to Cove in 19 public safety restrictions, Allman says. Ultimately, without foot traffic malls will be unable to survive in their current form. I think there may be a place Foursome mixed use space and repurpose ing of malls. But I think the traditional format was already on the decline. But I think this is probably going to be the number coffin Mike Blunt News, 93.1 KFBK. Aides for a four now at KFBK, and amid the co bid 19 pandemic. Apparently many are afraid to take a trip to the hospital. CAPE CASE MARSHALL Benson reports attitudes towards hospitals have changed during the nationwide Corona virus Pandemic and CEO and president of Dignity. Health SIERRA Nevada Memorial Hospital, Dr Brian Evans says there's a newfound reluctance from the public to get help from hospitals. People have been reluctant Tio come into the merge department or call 911 And I think that there is a fear element here. I think people are nervous about coming into hospital. E R visits are down 42% and 911 calls are down 29%. Dr. Evans is worried that those with serious symptoms aren't getting the care that they need, especially when it comes to heart attacks and strokes were really concerned that there's people that are out there with symptoms that need to get checked out and they might be holding off on doing that, And that's just not a good idea. Dr Evans assures the public that there is plenty of personnel and safety in place to take care of anyone who might need help. Marshall Benson News 93.1 KFBK now a Sacramento seeing more restrictions being places the coded 19 numbers.

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"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"This for these fires of course the power outages I just talked about that and what happens with power outages it's the health care disruption in California and starting with healthcare leaders in this interview that was done with the Sacramento bee they have been a group of them I talked to the beat never seen so many so much of these plan blackouts in their career and dealing with them is brand new Dr Brian Evans who is the CEO at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital for example and grab a grass valley said I've never experience a power outage when we were on emergency generators for forty hours or more usually it's a very short period of time and he's worked at this hospital for twenty two years this is the third PGA any public safety power shut off this month's this month and it's tough on patients it's tough on finances now what P. Jeannie did do and this is some planning in advance they set up utility scale generators at one of their substations in grass valley and continued I actually created what is called a contar con nobody's own that's supplying electricity to thirty eight hundred customers including the hospital in twelve thirty a customer thirty eight hundred customers okay I will buy that for those thirty eight hundred how about the hundreds of thousands or the tens of thousands errata power while they're kind of out of luck and even with that his hospital was part of being supplied with electricity with this says substation that added generators massive generators by the way the size of eighteen wheelers hi he said we still have to shut down elective surgeries and lab exams and radiology treatments so you've got a California crossed California these outages have forced the health care providers to close hospitals medical clinics clinics limits services not Kaiser permanent any Sutter health evacuated their hospitals and Santa Rosa last weekend I mean just gone that's the second time in three years that these centers had to be abandoned as not because of power outages because the fires were so close the other thing that goes on and we don't pay much attention to that is that not only is the planning there are two deal without the patience and the labs and the treatments for people desperately need it they have to do planning with in the hospital with the employees themselves for themselves there has to be a training program that is put into place before hand a lot of Keren planning goes into insuring that employees have the skills have the background to deal with these I circumstances without these just horrible situations when fire comes in just shuts down shuts down the hospitals medical centres it's almost like fire crews and police officers are constantly training well that's what's going on with a lot of these hospital they have to you know why because this is the norm now this is the new normal there is so I no longer all my god what we do how do we handle it we have to assume it's like schools preparing for shooters there's a shooter in the school we've been the security's been breached what school now doesn't plan for an active shooter if you see a situation none well what hospital what Medical Center should not plan for power outages considering we're going to see those and you've got a situation where it's three four five days in certain cases well yes generators usually don't go on for four days or five days are not plan to do that I mean they certainly can but the hospitals aren't planning for that because they they never had the situation going on so it's all brand new all right coming up well we're gonna do a fire reset what's going on closures evacuations are how far the fires going homes destroyed so we still have a lot to cover this is K. a fight Monica Rick's sitting in for Jennifer this morning yeah here's the latest.

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The playoff flame outs and airforce correspondent Tom Goldman thanks so much doctor soon okay you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news live from KQED news I'm Tiffany can hi several hospitals in northern California have had to turn to generator power during the P. Jeannie shot off at one hospital generators are dazzling one hundred gallons of diesel per hour cuties able Dembowski reports the power was fully off for almost two days at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital in grass valley CEO an ER doctor Brian Evans says most outages they deal with our short backup generators aren't meant to be the main power source for days arsenal's can have significant problems if they are running on generators for hours and hours on end he gets generators aren't one hundred percent and they're not a back up to the back up to the back up on top of this Evan says they've had more people coming in patients who rely on oxygen machines at home and lost power came to the ER to plug in and a lot of these folks have difficult situations and so we have medical hospital and says they haven't had enough power to run the MRI machine or an oncology treatment device elective surgeries I've had to be rescheduled Evan says that lost revenue on top of extra costs of keeping the hospital going during the blackout have been significant gonna go forward question as do we need to investigational dollars and infrastructure elements that would help us in the next outrageous he says if this is the new paradigm in California they're gonna have to.

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hi Michelle him again you're listening to KQED FM San Francisco KQ we I. F. M. north highland support for the California report a national law organization fighting for the just drop hill Camino the breaking bad movie and I'll have a review the movie focuses on the character of Jesse Pinkman the drug dealer who in breaking bad teamed up with his former science teacher to make and sell high quality math you may know a lot about chemistry man but you don't know Jack about sling and dull and Paul plays Jesse Pinkman in both the AMC series breaking bad and in the new movie will listen back to Terry's interview with him and also hear her interview with breaking bad's creator writer and director of the unskilled that's on today's fresh air one four eight three two to three to six rugs and what I'm leaving town first the news from KQED news I'm terrace Siler P. Jeannie says it has identified nearly two dozen instances of weather related damage to its system in areas where it shut off the electricity cuties Peter Jon Shuler reports while P. Jeannie officials would not specify what was damaged this week they did file a report with state regulators today outlining damage from the last shot down including damage to transformers and conductors here's P. Jeannie spokesman Jeff Smith a lot of things that we look for it can be anything from when that knocks down power lines it could be the education that was knocked into our lines thereby causing an outage or trees or other type of education technical than power lines could be any of that P. genie is required to file a report with the California public utilities commission ten business days after a power shut down the commission has been criticized in the past for not following up on such reports I'm Peter Jon Shuler KQED news several hospitals in northern California had to turn to generator power during the P. Jeannie shut offs at one rural hospital in grass valley generators were guzzling one hundred gallons of diesel per hour cuties able Dembowski reports the power was fully off for almost two days at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital CEO an ER doctor Brian Evans says most outages they deal with short backup generators aren't meant to be the main power source for dates arsenal's can have significant problems if they are running on generator for hours and hours on end he gets generators aren't one hundred percent and there's not a back up to the back up to the back and then says they haven't had enough power to run the MRI machine or an oncology treatment device elective surgeries have had to be rescheduled Evan says that lost revenue on top of extra costs of keeping the hospital going during the blackout have been significant I'm able to emboss ski KQED news governor Gavin Newsom signed a new law today making California the first state in the country to require public universities to provide the of shin pill ID but Khan was one of the students who pushed for the legislation it's just it's such a big deal that's really wild but surely at a regional and I'm really happy to see how many people's lives will be changed by that somehow the form mark a different and many people's college careers opponents said the governor's decision to sign the bill was forcing California colleges into the abortion business they vowed to find a way to challenge the law in court a federal judge in San Francisco has blocked a trump administration will targeting immigrants to use government services the so called public charge rule would have denied green cards to immigrants who use public benefits like food stamps or housing vouchers kicking he's not Michelle Wiley has more in the decision judge Phyllis Hamilton agreed with the plaintiffs from the state of California immigrants service providers and San Francisco in.

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"nevada memorial hospital" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Came home that summer after the first year and Westlake and went back to little pizzeria in Fremont street who walks in but a guy by the name of Bobby page that had the relief group at the Riviera hotel relief we explain what a relief group is what they worked at the hotel and lounges they had music going like all day long. five six in the evening to three or four in the morning. yeah jails a five a so so the relief it was a good it was steady job so this guy Badi page walks in the pizzeria goes. Maria is is your daughter Lori around the west like always in good fuel for the summers as my girl singers pregnant have a baby and I need to sing I'm having auditions at three. in in tomorrow afternoon in my most is always have already come over because she used to sit in with us you know she's grateful singers as ever come in and sit in all the audition so I said over the summer I was working at southern Nevada Memorial Hospital really time as receptionist because my one of my almost relative Stella Fleming was the how the welfare department she hired me there is a receptionist I was making thirty five dollars a week to your liking and have us having to get up at six o'clock in the morning and and so when I go to the river I auditioned in every girl singer in town is there. I had to be like the lion. saying that couples wonderful smile whatever I did and he said he got he got the job and is a hundred twenty five weeks and I gave my notice of southern Nevada Memorial Hospital never went back to his place. well that's a good way if you're going to you know all those people are starting to Westlake or trying to get to the position if you were you know that's what they wanted to do was start to make a career so so now you're going to work revere Riviera hotel eighteen years old not alone in the ones but I could set the coffee shop in the. time to go on. and you know what we're going to take a short pause we're gonna find out. when it was time for my lovely wife will ring. better known as. the whole background while Lori Perry we'll be right back after these words breaking bread with bono celebrity table thirty the bootlegger Italian be. return to Las Vegas and the legendary. in just a moment Hey Lorraine do you.

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