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As heard on KPBS, Chris Van Gorder discussed plans to make the COVID-19 vaccine available to people 65 and older, as well as supply issues.
KPBS-TV featured Scripps nurse practitioner Charlotte Thomas as part of its “Pandemic Profiles” series. Thomas works in the ICU at Scripps Mercy Chula Vista.
In a San Diego Union-Tribune article, Scripps emergency physician Juan Tovar, MD, pleaded with the public to help avoid spreading the coronavirus further.
The San Diego Union-Tribune interviewed Thomas Buchholz, MD, about the need for patients to continue their cancer screenings during the COVID-19 pandemic.
National media outlets profiled former USWNT soccer star, Rachel Buehler Van Hollebeke, MD, now a resident training at Scripps Mercy Chula Vista.
CBS 8 News featured Roger Olson’s story along with Matthew Price, MD, the Scripps cardiologist who placed a MitraClip device in the patient’s heart.
Chief Medical Officer Ghazala Sharieff, MD, told KPBS that Scripps Health is bracing for a spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations following the Thanksgiving...
News outlets recently interviewed Samir Makani, MD, about new technology at Scripps that aims to diagnose lung diseases and lung cancer earlier.
Dr. Anil Keswani told Fox 5 News that early results from Pfizer’s clinical trial of an mRNA-based coronavirus vaccine are encouraging.
KUSI interviews Scripps oncologist Thomas Buchholz, MD, about the recommended change in colon cancer screenings to reach younger adults.