These Symptoms Always Warrant a Trip to the E.R., Even Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic

May 12, 2020

Should you go to the emergency room in the middle of a global health crisis if you have an emergency not related to COVID-19? Anthony Rosania, M.D., associate professor and medical director of Emergency Department Observation Services at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and a 2019 graduate of the Bloustein School’s Executive MHA program, says YES — most hospitals have new safety and cleaning protocols for emergency rooms designed to keep both patients and staff safe.

He also discusses some of the symptoms that signal you should get to the ER quickly.

Prevention Magazine, May 11, 2020

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