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"roman hospital" Discussed on Conversations

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"roman hospital" Discussed on Conversations

"Going to be through it and it was going to be arvada and the thing that kept saying to us in the hospital was that we have the benefit of time because we had some planning time that countries didn't have and sorry that's when it really started hitting home that we were preparing for something. That was really really serious. Did you immediately decide you. Put your hand up to to go back into icu. When i heard that there was going to be made for intensive care beds and that was the big. Initially the big worry was around emergency karen intense activities. It was the thing that we'd say nervous as that people weren't able to access a ventilator that decisions were being made to be made about who was going to get onto a ventilator. Who wasn't when i. When i heard that i knew that i had to be involved. I'd been trained as an intensive kenner. So i i'd completed all the necessary qualifications and that was a very specialized environment. But i still had Skills around supporting an intensive outpatient. And i could work event lighter and i knew that the roman hospital was meeting and looking to needing to expand its intensive care beds almost tripling the amount of bids that it was going to have and to do that. You can't train icy unisys. That fast know the kind of training that i'd had takes eighteen months at least to be able to to put you through and sorry we can't. We couldn't get news at the bedside that quickly so actually right to the manager of the icu at the rome open and said look. This is my experience in the process. She she knew me personally. Engineer had experience. And i said. I'm not sure if i'm useful but if i can be useful i'd like to bear. You've had this experience in the training an icu walk straight into a wide. Eminently not look fit. The intensive catch writing that i had had it was. I hadn't actually worked at the bedside in icu..

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"roman hospital" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:49 min | 4 months ago

"roman hospital" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The man believed to be responsible for this horrible crime? There is no indication presently that anyone else was involved in this crime. Officials. Edna evidence shows the 63 year old died in the suicide blast, but what they don't know is what Warners motive was. Drinks has a curfew near the blast site has been extended that blast knocked out and 80 anti transmission center, hampering telecommunications to parts of Tennessee and surrounding states. 18 T says it is making progress in restoring service Lawmakers behind the $900 billion stimulus package are urging President Trump to sign the bill, which is tied to a wider government spending package. Dave Mystics of West Virginia Public Broadcasting has more a bipartisan group of 11 lawmakers who helped broker the relief package, including Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia. Are pleading with President Trump to quote, do the right thing and quickly decide whether he'll sign or veto the bill. They say a veto would give them time to act. Additional unemployment benefits, which have lapsed were included in the bill, and if no broader funding measure is approved, the federal government would partially shut down on Tuesday. President Trump is calling for $2000 in direct stimulus payments to go to each qualifying person. Instead of the $600 included in the Bill, House Democrats moved to increase the payments but were blocked by Republicans. Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she will call for a full vote, which would put all lawmakers on record for NPR news. I'm Dave missed each, and there is speculation that Trump will sign the bill, possibly as soon as tonight. He tweeted tonight quote good news on the covert relief bill without providing more details. Italy, the first European country hit by the Corona virus pandemic has joined its European Union partners in the V Day vaccination campaign. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports the first to get the vaccine, our health care workers and nursing home residents. Three health workers at a Roman hospital were inoculated early Sunday morning. Nurse Cloudy all very neat told the state run TV network. It's the beginning of the end that I hope to be the first of over 60 million Italians, the Health Ministry said. Just under 10,000 doses arrived in Italy Saturday and close to 500,000 are expected next week. Vaccine will be distributed to healthcare facilities across the country by military convoy. Throughout the country. Vaccination centers will be set up in temporary solar powered pavilions. They're designed to look like five petal prim rose flowers, a symbol of spring, Italy has reported close to 71,000 deaths, the highest toll in Europe. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome Asian markets are trading higher at this hour. You're listening to NPR news and you're listening to W. N. Y. C in New York. Good evening on my own. Levinson and Orange County health facility is accused of distributing the Corona virus vaccine to people outside the state's first priority group. Gothamist. David Cruz has more New York State officials are investigating whether Park Care Community health network obtained the Madonna vaccine and sent it to five. It's facilities in New York City and the town of Monroe. The company's accused of offering the vaccine to the elderly and those with underlying health conditions and a brief statement, State Health Commissioner Howard Zucker says that would violate the state's plan to administer the vaccine first to front line health care workers, as well as nursing home residents and staffers and in a statement, Parker says it's actively cooperating with the State Health Department and will continue to perform health services to help New York come out of the pandemic. New York City is recognizing 20 City employees with a special pandemic edition of an annual public Servants award, called The Frederick O'Reilly Hayes Prize got miss reporters, Sophia Chang says one of those recipients of Sonic a cheeky in came up with a child care system that has been studied as a model for other cities. Of Sonic a.

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"roman hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:03 min | 4 months ago

"roman hospital" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Displaying to this computer screen first news Live from NPR News. I'm Janine Herbst. Authorities in Nashville have identified the man responsible for the RV bombing Friday morning that injured three people and damaged more than 40 businesses. Nashville police Chief John Drake. We can tell you that Anthony Warner is the man believed to be responsible for this horrible crime. There is no indication presently that anyone else was involved in this crime. Officials. Edna evidence shows the 63 year old died in the suicide blast, but what they don't know is what Warners motive was. Drinks has a curfew near the blast site has been extended. The blast knocked out in a TNT transmission center hampering telecommunications to parts of Tennessee and surrounding states. 18 T says it is making progress in restoring service. Lawmakers behind the $900 billion stimulus package are urging President Trump to sign the bill, which is tied to a wider government spending package. Dave Mystics of West Virginia Public Broadcasting has more a bipartisan group of 11 lawmakers who helped broker the relief package, including Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia, are pleading with President Trump to quote, do the right thing and quickly decide whether he'll sign or veto the bill. You say a veto would give them time to act. Additional unemployment benefits, which have lapsed were included in the bill, and if no broader funding measure is approved, the federal government would partially shut down on Tuesday. President Trump is calling for $2000 in direct stimulus payments to go to each qualifying person. Instead of the $600 included in the Bill, House Democrats moved to increase the payments but were blocked by Republicans. Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she will call for a full vote, which would put all lawmakers on record for NPR news. I'm Dave missed each And there is speculation that Trump will sign the bill. Possibly as soon as tonight. He tweeted tonight quote good news on the covert relief bill without providing more details. Italy, the first European country hit by the Corona virus pandemic has joined its European Union partners in the V date vaccination campaign. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports the first to get the vaccine, our health care workers and nursing home residents. Three health workers at a Roman hospital were inoculated early Sunday morning. Nurse Cloudy all very neat told the state run TV network. It's the beginning of the end that I hope to be the first of over 60 million Italians, the Health ministry said. Just under 10,000 doses arrived in Italy Saturday and close to 500,000 are expected next week. The vaccine will be distributed to healthcare facilities across the country by military convoy. Throughout the country. Vaccination centers will be set up in temporary solar powered pavilions. They're designed to look like five petal prim Rose flowers, a symbol of spring. Italy has reported close to 71,000 deaths, the highest toll in Europe. Sylvia Poggioli NPR news Rome Asian markets are trading higher at this hour. You're listening to NPR news. Officials say. An Army special Forces sergeant has been charged in the deaths of three people in an apparently random shooting at a bowling alley in Rockford, Illinois. Last night. Three others were injured. Winnebago County state's attorney, J. Hanley says 37 year old Duke Webb has been charged with three counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder. It's not clear what his motive was. The bowling alley was closed because of the pandemic, but a bar was legally opened. Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Phil Niekro has died. NPR's Joel Rose reports he baffled major league batters for more than two decades with his slow moving knuckleball. Phil Niekro learned how to throw a knuckleball from his father, a coal miner in southeastern Ohio and spent years in the minor leagues, trying to master the famously difficult pitch as he explained in his Hall of Fame induction speech in 1997, my manager's name of red Murph. Walked up to me and said, Sonny said. If you get that knuckleball over play, you can picture the big leagues. I believed it. Niekro went on to pitch 24 seasons in the big leagues, most of them with the Atlanta Braves, along with stops in New York, Cleveland and Toronto before retiring at age 48. Recorded more than 300 wins, 3300 strikeouts, five All Star selections and one no hitter. Niekro died at the age of 81 after a long fight with cancer. Joel Rose NPR news Little prices are trading lower and overnight Asian trading down about 3/10 of a percent of $48.5 a barrel. U. S futures contracts are trading in positive territory. Dow futures contract Up about 2/10 of a percent at last check. I'm Janine Herbst. NPR news Support for NPR comes from Numa personalized program based in psychology to help people understand their motivations, change their habits and lead healthier lives. Learn more at noon and o m dot com. And the listeners of KQED. Good evening. Um Marla Davies and.

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"roman hospital" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:46 min | 4 months ago

"roman hospital" Discussed on KCRW

"RV bombing Friday morning that injured three people and damaged more than 40 businesses. Nashville police Chief John Drake. We can tell you that Anthony want our is the man believed to be responsible for this horrible crime. There is no indication presently that anyone else was involved in this crime. Officials. Edna evidence shows the 63 year old died in the suicide blast, but what they don't know is what Warners motive was. Drinks has a curfew near the blast site has been extended. That blast knocked out in a TNT transmission center, hampering telecommunications to parts of Tennessee and surrounding states. A TNT says it is making progress in restoring service. Lawmakers behind the $900 billion stimulus package are urging President Trump to sign the bill, which is tied to a wider government spending package. Dave Mystics of West Virginia Public Broadcasting has more a bipartisan group of 11 lawmakers who helped broker the relief package, including Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia. Are pleading with President Trump to quote, do the right thing and quickly decide whether he'll sign or veto the bill. They say a veto would give them time to act. Additional unemployment benefits, which have lapsed were included in the bill, and if no broader funding measure is approved, the federal government would partially shut down on Tuesday. President Trump is calling for $2000 in direct stimulus payments to go to each qualifying person instead of the $600 included in the Bill. House Democrats moved to increase the payments but were blocked by Republicans Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she will call for a full vote, which would put all lawmakers on record. For NPR News. I'm Dave missed each and there is speculation that Trump will sign the bill. Possibly as soon as tonight. He tweeted tonight quote good news on the covert relief bill without providing more details. Italy, the first European country hit by the Corona virus pandemic has joined its European Union partners in the V Day vaccination campaign. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports the first to get the vaccine, our health care workers and nursing home residents. Three health workers at a Roman hospital were inoculated early Sunday morning. Nurse Cloudy all very neat told the state run TV network. It's the beginning of the end that I hope to be the first of over 60 million Italians, the Health ministry said. Just under 10,000 doses arrived in Italy Saturday and close to 500,000 are expected next week. The vaccine will be distributed to healthcare facilities across the country by military convoy. Throughout the country. Vaccination centers will be set up in temporary solar powered pavilions. They're designed to look like five petal prim Rose flowers, a symbol of spring. Italy has reported close to 71,000 deaths, the highest toll in Europe. Sylvia Poggioli NPR news Rome Asian markets.

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"roman hospital" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:30 min | 4 months ago

"roman hospital" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Friday morning that injured three people and damaged more than forty businesses nashville police. Chief john drake. We can tell you that anthony is. The man believed to be responsible for this horrible crime. there is no indication presently that anyone else was involved in this crime officials. Dna evidence shows the sixty three year. Old died in the suicide blast. But don't know is what warner's motive was drake's as curfew near the blast site has been extended that blast knocked out an. At and t. Transmission centre hampering telecommunications two parts of tennessee and surrounding states. at and t. says it is making progress in restoring service. Lawmakers behind the nine hundred billion dollar stimulus package are urging president trump to sign the bill which is tied to a wider government. Spending package davis ditch of west virginia. Public broadcasting has more a bipartisan group of lawmakers who helped broker relief package including democratic senator. Joe manchin of west virginia are pleading with president trump to quote. Do the right thing in quickly decide. Whether he'll sign or veto the bill they say veto would give them time to act additional unemployment benefits which have lapsed included in the bill and if no broader funding measure is approved. The federal government would partially shut down on tuesday. President trump is calling for two thousand dollars in direct stimulus payments to each qualifying person. Instead of the six hundred dollars included in the bill house. Democrats moved to increase the payments. But were blocked by republicans speaker. Nancy pelosi says she will call for a full vote which would put all makers on record for npr news. I'm dave mitch and there is speculation. That trump will sign the bill possibly as soon as tonight. He tweeted tonight quote good news on the covert relief. Bill without providing more details. Italy the first european country hit by the coronavirus pandemic has joined its european union partners in the vide vaccination campaign and here silvio pohjola reports the first to get the vaccine are healthcare workers and nursing home residents three health workers at a roman hospital. Were knock you later early. Sunday morning nurse. Cloudy alvidi Told the state run tv network. It's the beginning of the end. That i hope to be the first of over sixty million italians. The health ministry said just under ten thousand doses arrived in italy. Saturday and close to five hundred thousand are expected next week. The vaccine will be distributed to healthcare facilities across the country by military throughout the country. Vaccination centers will be set up in temporary solar-powered pavilions. They're designed to look like five pedal primrose flowers a symbol of spring. Italy has reported close to seventy one thousand debts the highest toll in europe soviet pohjola. Npr news rome. Asia markets are trading higher at this hour. You're listening to npr. news officials. Say an army special forces. Sergeant has been charged in the deaths of three people in an apparently random shooting at a bowling alley in rockford illinois. Last night three others were injured. When bego county state's attorney j hanley says thirty. Seven year old duke web has been charged with three counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder. It's not clear. What his motive was. The bowling alley was closed because of the pandemic but a bar was legally opened baseball hall of fame. Pitcher phil niekro has died and joel rose. Reports heap baffled major league batters for more than two decades with his slow moving knuckleball phil niekro to throw a knuckleball from his father a coal miner in southeastern ohio and spent years in the minor leagues. Trying to master the famously difficult pitch as he explained in his hall of fame. Induction speech in nineteen ninety-seven my manager blending red murph walk up to me and said did you get all of the plate and you can pitch the big leagues. Niekro went on to pitch twenty four seasons in the big leagues most of them with the atlanta braves. Along with stops in new york cleveland and toronto before retiring at age forty eight he recorded more than three hundred wins. Thirty three hundred strikeouts five. All star selections and one no hitter. Niekro died at the age of eighty-one after a long fight with cancer joel rose. Npr news girdle. Prices are trading lower and overnight asian trading down about three tenths of a percent at forty eight dollars five cents a barrel. Us futures contracts are trading in positive territory dow futures contract up about two tenths of a percent at last check. I'm janine herbst npr news..

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"roman hospital" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:53 min | 4 months ago

"roman hospital" Discussed on KCRW

"NPR Happy holidays. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. The investigation into the massive explosion in Nashville on Christmas morning is gaining momentum. Police have identified 63 year old Anthony Warner as the focus of the investigation as NPR's John Burnett reports a source in the City administration familiar with the investigation. Says federal investigators now suspect the bombing was a suicide. Investigators are working with the assumption that an individual parked at RV in the entertainment district before dawn on Christmas and detonated explosive material that blew himself up along with the vehicle. The blast heavily damaged buildings along Second Avenue, including a major, a TNT data center that knocked out telecommunications for hundreds of miles. A city official tells NPR that forensic investigators are now trying to match DNA's from human remains found at the blast site. DNI collected from Anthony Warner's House International suburb. Google Street View shows that a similar RV had been parked at that house until recently. John Burnett. NPR NEWS Nashville Authorities in New York are probing whether a health care provider violated state guidelines in the distribution of covert 19 vaccines. MPR's Joel Rose reports. Authorities are investigating the park Hair Community health network. In a flyer posted on Twitter. Parker promised to make vaccine doses available on a first come first served basis to the elderly or people deemed to be high risk. That would contradict New York State's plan to administer the vaccine first to front line health care workers as well as current nursing home residents and staffers. The state health commissioner says the company may have fraudulently obtained the doses of the covert 19 vaccine that it offered to the general public. Our care, has four locations in Brooklyn, one in Manhattan and one in the Hudson Valley and largely serves Orthodox Jewish communities. In a statement, Park here says it will cooperate with the investigation and that it only gave vaccinations to those qualified to receive it. All Rose. NPR NEWS Italy, The first European country hit by the Corona virus pandemic, has joined its European Union partners in the V Day vaccination campaign. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports the first to receive the Fizer by on tech vaccine Our health care workers and nursing home residents. Three health workers at a Roman hospital were inoculated early Sunday morning. Nurse Cloudy all very neat told the state run TV network. It's the beginning of the end that I hope to be the first of over 60 million Italians, the Health Ministry said. Just under 10,000 doses arrived in Italy Saturday and close to 500,000 are expected next week. Vaccine will be distributed to healthcare facilities across the country by military convoy. Throughout the country. Vaccination centers will be set up in temporary solar powered pavilions. They're designed to look like five petal prim rose flowers, a symbol of spring, Italy has.

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"roman hospital" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:48 min | 4 months ago

"roman hospital" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington. I'm louise schiavone. The investigation into the massive explosion in nashville on christmas morning is gaining momentum. Police have identified sixty three year old. Anthony warner as the focus of the investigation. As npr's john burnett reports a source in the city administration. Familiar with the investigation says federal. Investigators now suspect the bombing was a suicide. Investigators are working with the assumption that an individual parked in our the entertainment district before dawn on christmas and detonated explosive material. That blew himself up along with the vehicle. The blast heavily damaged buildings along second avenue including a major. At and t. Data center that knocked out telecommunications for hundreds of miles a city official tells npr that forensic investigators are now trying to match dna from human remains found at the blast site to dna collected from anthony. Warner's house in a nashville suburb. Google street view shows that a similar. Rv had been parked at that house until recently john burnett npr news nashville authorities. In new york are probing weather a healthcare provider violated state guidelines and the distribution of covid nineteen vaccines. Npr's joel rose reports. Authorities are investigating the park here community health network in flyer posted on twitter parker promise to make vaccine doses available on a first come first serve basis to the elderly or people deemed to be high risk. That would contradict new york. State's plan to administer the vaccine. I two frontline healthcare workers as well as current nursing. Home residents in staffers. The state health commissioner says the company may have fraudulently obtained the doses of the covid nineteen vaccine that it offered to the general public. Park hair has four locations in brooklyn one in manhattan and one in the hudson valley and largely serves orthodox jewish communities in a statement. Parker says it will cooperate with the investigation and that it only vaccinations to those qualified to receive. It joel rose. Npr news italy. The first european country hit by the coronavirus pandemic has joined its european union partners. In the v day vaccination campaign npr sylvia poggioli reports the first to receive the pfizer biontech vaccine our healthcare workers and nursing home residents three health workers at a roman hospital were inaugurated early sunday morning nurse. Cloudy alvidi knee told the state run tv network. It's the beginning of the end. That i hope to be the first of over sixty million italians. The health ministry said just under ten thousand doses arrived in italy. Saturday and close to five. Hundred thousand are expected. Next week the vaccine will be distributed to healthcare facilities across the country by military convoy throughout the country. Vaccination centers will be set up in temporary solar-powered pavilions. They're designed to look like five pedal primrose flowers a symbol of spring..

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"roman hospital" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

06:16 min | 4 months ago

"roman hospital" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"In one thousand nine hundred eighty three. The italian government surrendered to the allied forces. The germans not wanting to see such a large part of europe to the allies quickly occupied northern and central italy however as the germans occupied rome there occurred outbreak of what was known as syndrome k. Cases of syndrome k. In one roman hospital were so great that even members of the dreaded german gestapo feared enter learn more about syndrome k. The disease which saved lives on this episode of everything everywhere daily. This episode is sponsored by audible dot com. My audiobook recommendation. Today is the rise and fall of the third reich. A history of nazi germany. By william shire since its publication in nineteen sixty william shires monumental study of hitler's. German empire has been widely acclaimed as the definitive record of the twentieth. Centuries blacks hours the rise and fall of the third reich offers. An unparalleled and thrilling told examination of how adolf hitler nearly succeeded in conquering the world. This is a richly rewarding experience for anyone who wants to come to grips with the mysterious question of how this minister civilization ever came into being much less sustained for as long as it was you can get a free one-month trial to audible and to free audiobooks by going to audible trial dot com slash or by clicking on the link in the show notes in nine forty three. The war wasn't going so well for italy. The allies had invaded sicily. In july and quickly liberated the island. This led to the collapse of the italian government. The leader of italy benito mussolini was arrested. You talion king victor emmanuel. The third signed a treaty of unconditional. Surrender with the allies. This allowed the allies to land italy unmolested and occupy the lower half of the peninsula. The germans couldn't let the allies get that much of a foothold in europe so they quickly rushed in and occupied the northern half of italy creating something called the italian social republic. They busted mussalini out of jail and set him up as their puppet ruler. The division of the country was aligned. That was roughly between rome and naples. When mussolini and the fascist party came to power in italy in nineteen twenty two they did not have an anti-semitic platform. Jews had lived in italy for over two thousand years and rome was one of the largest jewish populations in the world since the diaspora there were even jewish members of the fascist party in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight italy enacted antisemitic laws that stripped italian jews of civil rights this was mostly under pressure from nazi germany. There were roundups of jews but conditions were much better than what they were. In german occupied areas of europe there were no desk camps and no jews were transported to nazi controlled facilities. So things in italy. Were not good by any means but they were a whole lot better than the rest of europe after the collapse of the italian government. July nineteen forty-three jews were released from prison facilities in concentration camps in the south all of the jews and facilities there wound up protected by the allies in the north however they were not so lucky when the germans entered italy in september nineteen forty-three what little protection the jews had in italy were suddenly gone. German ss units began rounding up italian jews almost immediately after the entered italy and the new italian puppet state assisted them on october. Sixteenth nineteen forty-three. The nazis mounted a huge operation in rome's jewish quarter a hospital on an island in the tiber river. The fatah benny 'fratelli hospital was right next to the jewish quarter when german officials came to inspect the hospital. The staff there told them they were welcomed to inspect whatever they like but they should stay out of the ward of patients who were suffering from syndrome k. syndrome k they were told was highly infectious disease. That was worse than the plague. The syndrome was unknown. But it exhibited symptoms similar to berkeley closest with permanent disfiguring. Even short exposure risk catching the disease and transmitting it to everyone else in their unit. The nazis fearful of catching syndrome left immediately and never asked any questions. What was this mysterious syndrome k. syndrome k. Was nothing more than a hoax. Fabricated by the doctors at the hospital to rescue jews who had fled their. For safety syndrome k. was invented by dr giovanni meal. The hospitals had physician. He was an antifascist. Who took the job at the fatah. Benny 'fratelli hospital because it was a catholic hospital. He was offered jobs to head up to larger hospitals. But turn them down because it required him to be a member of the fascist party at a private catholic hospital. There were no political requirements. He hired other fascist. Like dr via toro sacred doty who refuse to join the fascist party one doctor adriana osa created the name syndrome kay he named it after albert kesselring. Who was the nazi commander in chief in the region and herbert kappler. Who is the nazi police chief in rome it was a subtle jab. That only the doctors in the hospital new syndrome k. Became the code word over the next two years for any jewish refugees which came through the hospital. Everyone who entered received paperwork just like any other patient would if someone knew that the refugees becoming they would request a certain number of beds four syndrome k. Patients children who were brought in were taught how to cough on command. Whenever a nazi official came by foreign expection throughout the entire war. The nazis never found out about the. The total number of people. Saved at the hospital is unknown. But it's estimated to be between multiple dozens of people to several hundred of the forty eight hundred jews in rome sent to concentration camps in one thousand nine hundred eighty. Three only three hundred fourteen survived the war many of the doctors at benny 'fratelli hospital including dr. Oc and bormio were later awarded the honorific righteous amongst the nation's by the state of israel in two thousand sixteen. The hospital was named a house of life by the international rallo. Wallenberg foundation a plaque now sits outside the hospital which reads quote. This place was a beacon of light in the darkness of the holocaust. It's our moral duty to remember these great heroes for new generations to recognize and appreciate them..

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"roman hospital" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:58 min | 10 months ago

"roman hospital" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Disease specialist in Cleveland masks and continued social distancing our public health components of successful re opening Dr Richard Besser at the Robert wood Johnson foundation joins us they're also policy considerations right and I worry about that U. S. economies open up if people have the opportunity to go back to work and as a supplemental unemployment insurance dries up what you're gonna see is those people who are economically less secure we'll be going back to work and if we don't ensure that everyone goes back to work has the protective equipment to minimize the risk to them we're gonna seen lower income people yet the hearts of the CDC just found Hispanics are now disproportionately becoming infected at a higher rate than than other minority groups is there anything in particular that should be done to address that yeah I know that we keep the public health is really understanding what's going on in local conditions so you know if it's a setting where Latino individuals represent a large part of the agricultural sector you say that okay what's being done what's being done to ensure the agricultural workers have the protections that they that they need but without understanding now looking carefully without having is that Jack this everyone in your community should have the same opportunity for health well being and the different members of the committee will have different needs you can know everything about how to control this this this pandemic will fail because some people just won't be able to follow that guidance and we haven't done all that we need to do to make sure that they can is there any good news here of the last five months yeah I'm I'm seeing a lot of good news you know what I'm seeing you are here in New Jersey and I'm I'm on the the state commission here to provide advice on restarting and recovery and I've seen a dramatic decline in hospitalization in cases seventeen people who were tested were positive I'm seeing young Roman hospitals now to take care of people beyond those who have have called it an unseen public health principles and principles of equity being used as the driver's route decisions for for real I'm seeing that in New York as well and it gives me hope that following these principles works and and so you know this this region that IBM has been hit the hardest in the United States and by following good public health principles it is right now getting under under control you too many people lost a lot of twelve thousand people here here in New Jersey but I feel much more comfortable going forward that the state won't let it get out of control yeah are are you confident that these states that have gone through this and as governor Cuomo's found the fun of saying made it to the other side of the mountain are gonna have to climb back up that mountain again I like to push back against that that entire metaphor of climb the mountain and they come back down because the way this works is it's a series of of of mountains and valleys and the fact that you've come up with better over here you can come back down it doesn't mean you're not going to go up again but if the public health system is ready and identifies cases quickly you can get these are these these new little clusters and and parks under control so that they don't grow it grow into big fires that are one of your systems and those are the systems that are being put in place and I'm optimistic that with the right intentions of this we can't deal with this much better going forward Dr Richard Besser at the Robert wood Johnson foundation.

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"roman hospital" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"roman hospital" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Videos it's an amazing thing we're all in our places of our our home our homes and we're talking just a few more minutes while you were talking about how we have a lot of red tape in this country now look you are genuine medical expert and if you're frustrated so many of us have heard yet their cures out there for this and for that much less the cold virus and that people can't get it because it hasn't gone through enough trials and stuff what's your sense of this does the president have the authority you know to to do something to speed these kinds of things up I thought we're talking about stuff that's treated treating malaria it's already out there why would they be red tape with regard to debts well it's the it's the deep state if you well it's the giant bureaucracy of the government and you can tell from on high workers in the government to do something but in the end you can't force them to and if they drag their feet which they can do and right now they're doing it based on these legacy ideas that we have to have the most sophisticated trials to establish you know excellent safety well guess what that's for peace time we're at war right now we're in a battle right now and what's wrong with the right to try what's wrong with leasing a medication that's already been shown to be relatively safe in other settings what's wrong with compassionate use if somebody is is circling the drain in the ice you and we know they're going to die and they want to try something I mean we've got to get through so many these barriers so you're literally telling me that the deep state as we call it is fine with people dying so that they can can can continue with their protocol that is an amazing thing to hear from you because you're not a nobody you understand these things you've worked out with the government that there are people out there who don't care about this and that even the president I'd states doesn't have any ability to override them so the president's done everything humanly Kennedy made the announcement and I think the people of the FTA are good people they're just in the mindset of this peace time approval of drugs at a time of war and we need to change that mentality I mean when I hear a scientist Tommy is a drug which he believes can rescue people who are who have ran the I. C. U. because of cold in nineteen and that logic makes total perfect sense and we know they're safe we know the drug is safe why is he getting the run around from the F. D. A. Y. R. C. not getting a video meeting within two hours right this is these are top scientists I mean it's not just relative is dying of something like this I will go on the black market in a nano second and get this stuff for them you don't think people are going to do that you know they can only China and China if you look at what actually happened they were hit and there was a market it was probably even legal of selling drugs and donating drugs and sharing them right delivery of family members these were anti retroviral seats for HIV meds which probably helped with Kobe nineteen so I mean why not sure throw everything at us if we know these drugs are not poisonous they're safe drugs well I have to believe that the president has his team talking about this very thing right now and they're thinking about what can be done you know I've certainly made calls into the White House and said look here's some scientists listen to them pay attention I've heard their explanations these are good opportunities good options and they could be very promising and right now they're hitting the wall of the FDA so I hope something changes well this is amazing Marty McCary really grateful to you you are you've really helped us all understand this in ways that I guarantee you we didn't before we begin talking to you so thank you very much we will bother you for updates in the weeks ahead and once again thank you so much my pleasure to be with you Albin noticed James this amazing stuff I guess if we have our friend John Zmirak on the line Johnson here I can you hear me yes Erica you know you're you're your own longer with that with the bagels the bagel bunker we've just been having a really serious conversation with my friend morning Gerry Dr Marty McCary who seems to think that what we have to expect from this pandemic here in the United States exactly words then what a lot of us was meeting me in AL ban and James and Chris what we've been thinking we seem to think that there is a good chance that it's really going to explode in a way that we're not from here or so I don't know what your thoughts on that before we go out well I I've been taking this seriously for a while I'm not I I got all my necessary stuff for like a month about two weeks ago and my girlfriend is immuno compromised so I have to be as careful as if I were so really I'm not seeing anyone are asking that anyone except picking up take out an occasional careful trip to the store when it's mostly empty writing everything down with hand sanitizers and I borders chloroquine from a source in Africa and I'm waiting to get that stocked up so wait a minute we were just talking about that with Marty McCary caloric Quinn C. H. L. O. R. O. Q. U. I. N. E. Laura Quinn is that an anti malarial drugs yeah that's why they had in Africa well well I mean we have to order it from Africa it seems to me that we would have plenty of that here I heard that you can get it here yeah my doctors are prepared to prescribe it to me because they're nervous so I guess I went around the back door see this is what I was just talking to Marty about I said to myself if doctors in the United States are going to be weird about this and legalistic about this people are dying people are going to go on the black market I mean you know you should order a ton of that from Africa and then sell it at cheap prices to people who want it because they can't get it from doctors this is a a real level of madness we've not seen anything like this in America in many many many decades if this stuff really is effective at treating people who are coming down with it I think it would be good for everybody to have it in their home and if you start to get sick you would maybe it would be a good idea to take it because apparently you can't get tested there's there's not gonna be Roman hospitals it's going to be like two weeks before your doctor can get you a test but the diseases runs its course and that time how long is you know we're at a time John hang on will have you for the next a couple of segments of folks using their tax Hey folks as we all know so many the problems our communities can be traced back to the state of our marriages sadly our churches don't spend enough time or resources on this important relationship in a recent survey found that eighty percent of the churches spend zero percent of their budget on marriage that is where community comes in they believe in teaching a man to fish they consult with churches teaching.

"roman hospital" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"roman hospital" Discussed on WDRC

"Welcome back to lars larson show it's a pleasure to be with you on a wednesday and always glad to welcome back my friend of mark thiessen fellow at the american enterprise institute op ed columnist at the venerable washington post and of course a man on whom i disagree with mark from time to time but on this one on alfie i am not going to disagree one little bit alfie ovens the toddler we've told you about who was essentially condemned by his condition he he didn't have great prospects but to have his death hastened i think by the courts in great britain by saying you see your parents cannot seek other medical treatment elsewhere cannot take you away mark i take objected to that as much as i did very much and look first of all i understand what britain has a national healthcare system single hair healthcare system so if the british doctors have determined that that there's the and his people and the court decided of taxpayers want to pay for keeping him alive then that would be the price of national healthcare but that's not what happened the the the vatican the pope intervened he got the roman hospital to offer to cover his hair care for free they had a medical transport waiting to go the italian government dates him citizenship to allow him to enter the country and the british court set now it's been his interest to die and they even they even if you read the ruling even talk about how the transport would be risky for him and he was in danger of an infection as opposed to like getting a ventilator taken off in the hospital and dying you know and that's the other thing that's amazing is that the doctors are were weren't right about him they said that he was that if he has her ventilator removed he be able to muster a few brats and then he died within minutes and he ended up fighting for his life for almost six days so you know it's just horrific horrific be just as a as a small government conservative the idea that the state can take away from parents the decision about when to terminate treatment for their child when there are treatment options.

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"roman hospital" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"roman hospital" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"Because i wasn't responding but she knew i couldn't respond but i think that she was slowly losing the buzz of thailand and sheet of she had dissociated with me so i came out of the jungle i got i had no malaria roman hospital and so it sounds like but my love steffi is waiting for me so i bought this 400 dollar biman bangladesh ticket from bangkok to brussels influ there and it it had it it unravelled in thirty six hours it was a horrible experience we had our mountaintop experience in thailand but we were we were strangers we were sort of artificial people and there's an x an extension which you get to know yourself when you travel but you also perform a version of yourself in travel and you will you get to know i think it's now yourself when you have to struggle with food poisoning or being mosser whatever you you learn how you have resources and you learn how you deal with problems you know how strong you are you know in the sixth power of diarrhoea on the longhaul bus over the himalayas but then you're around people who who are so happy to be there and travelling and they worked for two years in the kaneria now they're here and your performing version of yourself you're you're you're talking to each other you sort of your so excited about the situation that suddenly euro more your fuller more romantic person of yourself and your sort of a bullshit version of your self sadly sorta and so suddenly this really pretty belgian girl is seen me as someone bigger like she's projecting on me and i'm just churning that energy back at her you know and they were both obviously i protected things onto her user that she was sexy an exotic but yet somehow she was.

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