ACCESS Nursing COVID-19 Care Force Nationwide Recruitment of RNs and PAs to Provide Care at the “Front Lines” for COVID Patients and to Save Lives
Demand for Home Care Increases as Governor Andrew Cuomo Announces “Dramatic Trend-Line in People Being Discharged from Hospitals” to Continue Recovery at Home
MARCH 30, 2020, NY – A team of 2,500 RNs and PAs from all across the U.S have been deployed throughout New York City, Westchester County and New Jersey to staff COVID-19 testing sites, hospital ICUs, nursing homes and to provide home nursing care for the rapidly growing number of COVID-19 patients now being released from hospitals to continue their recovery at home. The COVID Care Force (ACCESS COVID Care Force) continues to become the “Call to Arms” movement of nurses recruited, organized and led by ACCESS Nursing Services to join the front-line fight to save lives and fight the volatile COVID-19 virus that has already inundated the healthcare system in the NY/NJ Metro area.
As we start off the New Year, give the gift of life and become a blood donor. January is National Blood Donor Month and a perfect reminder about the dire need for blood donations. During the winter, there is always a lull in the number of blood donations and this is the time that your contribution is especially needed.
As we head into a New Year and in fact, a New Decade, here’s your chance to set in place some of the healthy habits you’ve been meaning to make a part of your life. Top your list of New Year’s resolutions with these 5 Healthy Goals for a happier and healthier New Year, New You!