“The employee previously had some limited interaction with patients in a clinical setting,” the district stated in a news release.
Clark County employees are also seeing their contracts suspended amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Registered nurses at 15 hospitals in seven states — including MountainView — are planning to voice their concerns Wednesday about what they say is a lack of preparedness at the hospitals for dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Reed family is looking forward to doing something together outside of the home; 11-year-old who had the virus wants to ride her bike.
Medical students in Southern Nevada have taken on the work of screening potential cases of COVID-19 at the Cashman Field temporary homeless shelter in order to free up doctors and nurses to work with patients.
Providers continue to work to serve parents who work in essential businesses; Nevada officials work to open more spots for children.
The search by leaders in the region for bed space for such patients will not end there as officials anticipate facing a crisis affecting cities across the country: Hospital bed shortages.
When schools and businesses shut down amid the coronavirus pandemic, Las Vegas saw mass blood drive cancellations.
With fewer and fewer mental health resources available as providers not using telemedicine close up shop, it’s straining a system that already was stretched thin.
Nevada officials have stated they need more COVID-19 test kits. Four times they have asked federal officials for help only to be told there is a “indefinite backlog.”